Program Partners

American Institute of Architects New York Chapter
Founded in 1867, the AIA New York Chapter is the oldest and largest chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The AIA New York Chapter is dedicated to three goals: public outreach, professional development and design excellence. (www.aiany.org)

Center for Architecture Foundation
The mission of the Center for Architecture Foundation is to promote broader appreciation of the influence of architecture in shaping our city. The Foundation's activities focus on public education, research and scholarship. (www.CFAFoundation.org)

American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter
The purpose of the ASLA New York Chapter, as stated in its Constitution, "...shall be the advancement of education and skill in the art of landscape architecture and the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture as an instrument of service in the public welfare, and to this end the Chapter shall seek to effectuate within the Chapter territory the aims and policies of the American Society of Landscape Architects..." (www.nyasla.org)

Architecture for Humanity New York City Chapter
Architecture for Humanity New York is a New York City based group of design professionals promoting socially responsible volunteerism through design advocacy, public education, and community action. While Architecture for Humanity International reaches out and grapples with issues of housing and infrastructure on an global scale, AFHny is committed to caring for its community directly and at every scale. (www.afhny.org)

Municipal Engineers of the City of New York
The Municipal Engineers of the City of New York was established to promote and advance the various engineering sciences which are employed in the government of New York City and to elevate the standards of proficiency of the technical services of the City. MENY further seeks to promote the welfare and enhance the economic standard of the City’s engineering and related services. (www.muniengineersnyc.org)

National Organization of Minority Architects New York Chapter  
nycobaNOMA is a professional design association aimed at promoting the work, contributions, and participation of minorities in the fields of design and architecture. Through our professional and educational programming, we hope to encourage dialogues and policy that will enact a larger move towards greater diversity and inclusion in the profession. (www.nycoba.org)

Structural Engineers Association of New York
SEAoNY is a member organization of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations. The purpose of SEAoNY is to advance the art of structural engineering in New York by improving the flow of ideas and building the community of colleagues. (www.seaony.org)

CFA

The Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place
NY, NY 10012
(212) 683-0023
info@aiany.org

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