To AIA Miami Members and Friends:
This week’s Resource Newsletter deals with Volunteering during a time of disaster, and how to protect yourself and your firm when you do.
The AIA Regions Task Force has completed its study of the structure, mission, and activities of AIA’s Regions: Join the task force for a webinar led by Task Force Chair Peter Kuttner, FAIA, and McKinley consultant Suzanna Wight Kelley, MBA, FAIA, who will share the presentation that was given to the AIA Board and discuss the Board’s decision. Regions Task Force Recommendations to AIA Board
Tuesday, May 5, 2020 2:00 PM EDT Register
Mentorship Survey generated by the National Associates Committee’s Mentorship Workgroup. The AIA is conducting a study to gather data and build research on the environment of architectural mentorship as it currently exists. The survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Deadline is Sunday, May 31.
COVID 19 AND THE FUTURE OF HOSPITAL DESIGN: A
s COVID-19 cases fill emergency rooms and intensive care units across the U.S., local officials have been rushing to convert hotels, convention centers, and city parks into new hospital spaces. Amid the scramble, many physicians, architects, and health care consultants are already talking about how modern hospital designs could change to avoid a repeat of the current national crisis. CLICK HERE FOR THE SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE ARTICLE
AIA NATIONAL COVID-19 ARCHMAP TOOL
AIA has created a new COVID-19 project database to increase information sharing and to support the development of best practices for responding to the pandemic. Architects, designers, engineers and facility owners are asked to contribute COVID-19 project information to the survey below to increase information sharing and to support the development of best practices for responding to pandemics.
REVISITING FILMS THAT SHOWCASE MIAMI ARCHITECTURE:
THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY 1998 – Directed by the Farrelly brothers, this gross but beloved comedy featured scenes and buildings around Miami and Miami beach. The Miami-Dade Cultural Center was featured as the location for the architecture exhibit Mary and Healy attended together. CLICK HERE FOR A LIST AND PICS OF LOCATIONS
HEALTH & SANITY
KIDS GETTING ANTSY AT HOME?: HERE IS A SUPERHERO WORKOUT FOR LITTLE ONES
Here’s a link to a short video of easy exercises that you can do at home with kids from toddler age to about 10 years.
This is a fun kids workout at home is a great fitness break for kids to build strength, endurance, balance and fitness. Put it on for your kids or do it with them. It’s a short one, but you will get a good workout in!. CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO.
Stay safe and let us know what AIA Miami can do to help.