News of Interest

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News of Interest

AIA KY Endowed Professorship Goal Reached!

Endowment Funded at $100,000

THANK YOU to the following contributors:

Colossus Partners $10,000+
AIA Kentucky
Roger and Barbara Teague/Columbia Precast LLC

Corinthian Partners - $5,000 to $9,999
Clyde Reynolds Carpenter, FAIA
CNA/Victor O. Schinnerer
GBBN Architects
Alan B. Sullivan, AIA

Ionic Partners - $3,000 to $4,999
H. Carleton Godsey, Jr., FAIA/Godsey Associates Architects
JRA Architects
Omni Architects
Ross-Tarrant Architects, Inc.

Doric Partners - $1,500 to $2,999
AIA East Kentucky Chapter
Architectural Group International
Builder’s Exchange of Louisville
Dana and Jim Cox
Norman Chrisman, Jr. AIA Emeritus
Franklin N. Gray, AIA/James N. Gray Foundation
Steven R. Kersey, AIA and Cheryl C. Kersey
H. Gibbs Reese, AIA

Tuscan Partners - $750 to $1,499
AIA Central Kentucky Chapter
AIA Northern Kentucky Chapter
Skip Alexander, AIA
Dennis E. Bopp, AIA
Cox Allen & Associates
Robert Ehmet Hayes and Associates
Thomas E. Lett, AIA
Lynn Imaging
Rowland Miller, AIA and Eleanor Miller
Janet D. Pike, Hon. AIA
David R. Proffitt, AIA
Kenneth R. Ricci, FAIA
Sheridan L. Sims, AIA
Steed Hammond Paul, Inc.

Composite Partners - $1 to $749
C. Michael Busick
R. Wayne Estopinal, AIA
Nolan and Nolan (Robert Nolan, AIA)
John P. Thorne, AIA
Joseph M. Turley, AIA & Maureen Peters

2013 Kentucky Building Code Now in Effect

At the Board of Housing Buildings and Construction (HBC) meeting on Aug. 15, 2013, General Counsel Michael Davis announced that the 2013 Kentucky Building Code was effective August 2, 2013. However, the date for mandatory compliance has been extended from October 1, 2013, to January 1, 2014. 

2014 AIA Scholarships Awarded

The 2014 AIA Kentucky Scholarship and AIA East Kentucky Chapter Scholarship (both supported by matching grant funds from AIA National) were presented to Aaron J. Fritsch. Aaron will be recognized during the UK College of Design Scholarship Luncheon this fall.

A Message from the Governor's School for the Arts

Architecture Program added in 2003...

Past Support Appreciated; Continuing Support Needed!

AIA Kentucky, thank you for your support of The Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) architecture program!

In 2003, GSA added architecture to a list of seven performing and visual arts offered during the three-week summer residency for high school junior and seniors.

About the GSA architecture program…

GSA’s Architecture program introduces students to the theories and professions of architecture and encourages the process of creative and analytical thought. The goal of the program is to provide the framework by which students can envision, design and create their own models of places for people to live, work, shop, learn, worship, relax, play or entertain.. Through lectures, studio problems, walking tours and field trips, students are introduced to practical field techniques employed in the recording of historical buildings and to the study of interior and exterior spaces.

You can help!

GSA needs your support now more than ever. With decreased operating support, GSA must identify supporters in the field of architecture to preserve a program that is identifying and training the next generation of Kentucky architects!

For more information on how you can support GSA architecture, please contact Mary Carr, GSA Development Officer, at 859-281-3576.  Thank you again, AIA!

2013 AIA Scholarships Awarded

The 2013 AIA Kentucky Scholarship and AIA East Kentucky Chapter Scholarship (both supported by matching grant funds from AIA National) were presented to Ben Ward of Lexington. Ben will be recognized during the UK College of Design Scholarship Luncheon on October 25, 2013.

AIA/EKC Design Slam - View the Video

AIA East Kentucky hosted its first annual Design Slam on June 1, 2013.  Click here to view the great 6-minutes video with highlights of this exciting event!

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