Keynote Speaker Will Delve Into The Architects’ Personality

By Shannon Moneo, Journal of Commerce
October 23, 2013

When architects gather under one roof for a four-day conference, the professionals will hear a tailor-made presentation about their complex minds. On Oct. 23, international scholar and university professor Brian Little will paint a reflective picture of architects in his keynote address, Strange Creatures and Creative Achievement: The Personalities of Architects.  Little’s talk is part of the joint 2013 annual conference of the Architectural Institute of B.C. (AIBC) and the Northwest and Pacific Region of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), taking place Oct. 23-26 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. More …

CALA Survey Deadline

Friday, October 25 is the final day to take part in the national survey on architectural education and internship being conducted by the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA). This survey of intern architects, recent architectural graduates, newly-licensed architects and their firms is intended to provide a better understand of where improvements can be made to meet the needs and expectations of the profession when it comes to architectural education and internship. It will also assist CALA in preparation for hosting of Canadian Architectural Certification Board validation conference in 2014. Survey invitations and details have been sent directly to B.C. representatives. If you received an invitation, please take the time to provide your feedback before the survey period closes. Your participation is most appreciated.