At the 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture, participants will view a one-of-a-kind panel, you’ll hear three speakers who will discuss how to anticipate and acclimate to what’s next for the architecture profession.
The Hip Hop Architecture Camp kicked off this Saturday. Thanks to our local media partner, Madison365 for their coverage. The Hip Hop Architecture Camp is an initiative of The Urban Arts Collective and its mission is to effectively engage youth and encourage them to explore careers in architecture and urban planning.
The Hip Hop Architecture Camp is a month long camp with a mission is to expose underrepresented middle and high school students to architecture, urban planning and economic development through the lens of hip hop culture. The camp sessions will take place every Saturday during the month of February at Madison's Central Library.
Washington, D.C. – December 15, 2016 – The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Board of Directors have announced a second donation of $1,000,000 to the Diversity Advancement Scholarship fund, aimed at improving equity, diversity and inclusion among people entering the profession. This builds upon the $1,000,000 already earmarked in 2013 for the Diversity Advancement Scholarships, administered by the AIA Foundation.
Nominate yourself or a friend to become a Universal Hip Hop Museum Student Ambassador.
Do you know a college student who has incorporated hip hop culture into their academics or planned events dedicated to the advancement of hip hop culture on their college campus or in their community? Do they live in Detroit, Atlanta, New York or Los Angeles? If so, we want to honor your nominee as our one of our inaugural Universal Hip Hop Museum Student Ambassadors.