Please join us to celebrate with a Charlottesville UVA School of Architecture alumni + community reception on Thursday, September 13th from 6-8PM at Kardinal Hall. Dean Ila Berman, will give an update on the School and introduce new faculty members and Department Chairs, including Chair of the Architecture Department, Felipe Correa. We welcome all members of our A-School community – alumni, local professionals, community leaders, government officials, parents, faculty, and faculty emeriti to enjoy a special evening to reconnect.
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Kardinal Hall (private room)
722 Preston Avenue, Charlottesville
RSVP to Kim Wong Haggart by Friday, September 7, 2018
firstname.lastname@example.org / 434.982.2761
Please share this email with your friends and A-School alumni, as we don’t have everyone’s correct email (or know they are back in Charlottesville!)
Please join us Tuesday for a lunch and learn on Design Communication. The session will be facilitated by Asa Eslocker, Marketing (and Communication) Specialist at VMDO. Asa is a communication strategist, filmmaker, adjunct faculty, landscape architect, and two-time Emmy Award winning investigative journalist. He also taught “Design Communication and Public Speaking” (2014-2015) at UVA’s School of Architecture - a participation-based workshop that aimed to help students find their voice and to tell the story of their designs.
The session will begin with Knowing Thyself and Communication 101 (riveting presentation by Asa).
Followed by a panel discussion on Design Communication including stories from the field.
Finally, a conversation with the audience about Do's and Don'ts of public speaking and communcation for designers.
1.5 AIA LU, please bring your own brown bag lunch
Join us for Chuck Heuer's talk on How to Avoid Getting Sued: Reducing Prospects of Liability Cliams, Wednesday June 6 at 11:30 am at CitySpace.
Instructs architects and other design professionals about practices that tend to reduce the possibility of being sued for professional malpractice and tend to improve professional practice management. 1.5 HSW credits offered.
RSVP online at: http://www.meetup.com/RUGOVCV/
You are invited to the Revit User Group of Charlottesville.
· Wednesday, May 9th at CitySpace
· 5:30 Food / 6 – 7 Presentation
Presentation: What is Civil BIM?
· 1 Hour of AIA Learning Credit CEUs.
· Free Food
Networking, Drinks & Food
Announcements and Introduction
What is Civil BIM?
Cody A. Pennetti, PE
The presentation will include an overview of civil engineering technology for BIM processes. The topics covered will focus on how civil models can be coordinated with building models and the differences between software platforms for each discipline. Interoperability between civil and building software (Civil 3D and Revit) will be discussed to identify efficient workflows.
· understanding the platform differences (C3D vs Revit)
· grading/surface modeling in C3D and how it’s provided to Revit
· utility connectors between Revit/C3D.
· geographic project locations (impacts to solar studies and coordination)
· Advanced technology applications, LiDAR, GIS, or other civil platforms
In coordination with a panel discussion, Reimagining Charlottesville: multiple publics, on APRIL 20, hosted by UVA School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture Department and SALA(d).
Campbell Hall 153, 5pm
Campbell Hall 153, 5pm
Design Forum is a biannual conference founded in 1994 to “foreground important debates about design and the built environment.” Next spring, The Forum will take place in Norfolk, VA –the heart of Virginia’s largest metro area, and an important site for the discussion of rising sea levels and climate change.