ADVOCACY
ROUNDTABLES + FORUMS
PHOTO: Detail First & Broadway Civic Center Park. EOM

The AIA|LA organizes interactive forums that serve as opportunities for AIA members and civic leaders to take deep-dive discussions into policies and initiatives that capture the passion and leadership of the architecture profession.  These roundtable programs are organized on an as-needed basis.

Though 2019 programming doesn’t yet have such an event on the boards, check back for forums and panels.

PREVIOUS YEARS

Roundtables, Workshops & Forums

PAST EVENTS
02.19.19
BIM Delivery Workflows
BIM has become standard in the delivery of most advanced built projects today.
03.05.19
Designing Safer Schools #2
A roundtable workshop bringing together school administrators, educators, parents, and students from a variety of communities to gather input on school safety.
03.07.19
Getting to Scale: How can Los Angeles build more quality homes to reduce homelessness in less time?
Los Angeles desperately needs affordable and supportive housing, but it is expensive and slow to bring new housing units online.
03.19.19
Business & Cultural Inclusion
Please join us for panel discussion about how to achieve greater business and cultural inclusion as our region transforms itself over the next ten years.
03.11.19
AIA|LA & LAUSD Curriculum Workshop
Are you passionate about inspiring K-12 students to tomorrow’s architects, engineers and designers?
03.28.19
Internships & Job-Shadowing Workshop
Is your firm interested in providing internships to LAUSD students this summer? Or would you like to get more involved in offering work-based learning opportunities to both students and teachers?

04.26.19
Lunch w/ KATE GORDON
Director, Governor's Office of Planning & Research
05.14.19
Citywide Design Guidelines
roundtable discussion
05.15.19
OUR COUNTY: Sustainability Plan
roundtable discussion
05.21.19
Impediments to the Housing Approval Process
AIA|LA Political Outreach Committee
08.20.19
AIA|LA "Design For Dignity" Action Plan Workshop

CREDITS
PHOTO: Banner: Detail of First and Broadway Civic Center Park. Eric Owen Moss Architects