Thursday, November 19th | @American Institute of Architects International Region
Join us for Catalyzing Change, this year’s virtual conference from American Institute for Architects (Int’l Region), featuring Geographer-at-Large Eames Demetrios as one of five Keynote speakers. The lecture is free and open to all.
The theme of this year’s conference seeks to embrace the opportunity presented by the many challenges society is facing in 2020, to identify potential for growth and change. Join us to imagine, debate and celebrate how architecture can be at the forefront of meaningful change that responds to our current crises of climate action, social justice, and health & well-being. In that context, Demetrios will talk about the importance of seeing the world fresh, the rightful place of wise technology beside smart technology, and the importance in our individual and collective lives of seeing what is not there…which can also be what is not *yet* there.
Keynote 4 – Eames Demetrios – Seeing What is not There
will begin on November 19th, 2020 at 9:00 am EST (New York) / 6:00 am PST (Los Angeles) / Lisbon: 3:00 pm/ Capetown: 4:00 pm / Tokyo: 11:00 PM.
RSVP: Register for Eames’s Keynote Lecture here
If you wish to attend the event on Thursday, please do be sure to RSVP with the link provided above to receive the Zoom call link. Note to registrants: you will receive an email containing zoom links to all events for the following day.