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Adult Programs

Planning the Future of D.C.’s Oldest Neighborhood

November 4, 2014

Georgetown 2028, an eight-month community planning initiative, was conceived as a strategic approach to plan for the historic neighborhood’s commercial evolution over the next 15 years.


Rising Waters

November 6, 2014

Explore the strategies Chesapeake Bay area communities are using to adapt to rising waters, including wetland restoration and construction, reducing impermeable surfaces, reef restoration and construction, and other green infrastructure.

2014 Association of Architecture Organizations - Design Matters Conference

November 12, 2014

At this year's AAO Conference, we’ll take a close look at how architectural organizations can construct more effective program narratives, from easy to consume stories fit for broadcast to memorable first person appeals to enriching curator-driven museum format presentations.


Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Spotlight on Design

November 14, 2014

NMAAHC director Lonnie G. Bunch III, and architects David Adjaye, and Philip Freelon, discuss how artifacts and architecture combine to embody and represent the rich and diverse African American culture.

Vincent Scully Prize

A gala celebrating this year's Vincent Scully Prize recipient Charlie Rose will be held on November 18, 2014.. Noted architect Frank Gehry, former director of the New York City Department of City Planning Amanda Burden, and president and CEO of PBS Paula Kerger will offer remarks.


2014 Vincent Scully Prize Program: Charlie Rose

November 19, 2014

The National Building Museum awards its prestigious Vincent Scully Prize to journalist Charlie Rose, who has explored and promoted the fields of architecture and design through his long-running Charlie Rose interview show.


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