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Wanna help build DC's biggest urban farm with 1000 other volunteers?!
I'm recruiting from AIAS chapters across the DMV and need your help!
This year, DCBIA (DC Building Industry Association) will gather nearly 1000 volunteers to transform a 3-acre vacant lot in Ward 7 to become DC’s largest-scale urban farm, including: urban farming with a special emphasis on diverse niche crops, a farmers market, public art, nature discovery space for kids, a community garden, pollinator gardens, aquaponics, interpretive trails and rain gardens.
You can sign up individually or as a group at the link below. My firm, SmithGroupJJR, designed the community garden and the urban farm's raised beds so come help us get building!
East Capitol Urban Farm (Ward 7)
5900 E. Capitol Street, SE
Washington, DC 20019
Saturday, September 26, 2015
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
NOVA Woodbridge Community College, Workforce Development Center
Drinks after in Old Town!
For more info seek out Chris Ard, Catherine Stelling, Ann Marcum, Hillary Roth, John Mark D, Amber Ovitt, Alexandra Wojno or any of the other AIAS faces!
I hope to see everyone there!!!
Portfolio Review, 360 Mentoring and CAREER FAIR!!!!!
When: Thursday, Nov. 1! 5:30-8pm
What: Portfolio Review and Reception
Where: 1001 Prince
Who: AIA NOVA and student like YOU!
AIAS is hosting a Portfolio review for YOU!
Come mix, mingle and get some feedback on your graphic "presentation."
This is a great opportunity to get positive criticism on layout, content, and to ask any questions you might have about how best to represent your creativity and diverse skillset as a student!
See you all there!
Entries are due this Sunday, 9/23 by 8 pm to Catherine Stelling! Show your skillss!
Contact information, map and directions, contact form, opening hours, services, ratings, photos, videos and announcements from WAAC AIAS, Education, 1001 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA.
Operating as usual
Here are some Upcoming Events. Check out the Website for more info which will be posted soon. Or talk to any of the AIAS officers.
March 15th - PORTFOLIO REVIEW - 5:30pm-7:30pm
March 23rd - CAREER FAIR
April 20th - AIA SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE
Look for these events later in the semester:
AIA Chapter Design Award Reception
Beaux Arts Ball
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