Focus on Film: Where Architects Live / Dove vivono gli Architetti

AIA Central Valley

Overview: Where Architects Live is a 78-minute film that highlights “8 architects, 8 houses, 8 stories, and 8 paradigms of contemporary living, offering intriguing insight into the daily lives of some of the world’s leading designers: Shigeru Ban, Mario Bellini, David Chipperfield, Massimiliano And Doriana Fuksas, Zaha Hadid, Marcio Kogan, Daniel Libeskind and Bijoy Jain/Studio Mumbai.”

Oct 11 @ 5 pm

Tour d’Architecture Bike Tour

AIA Central Valley

As a part of AIACV’s Experience Architecture 2020, join us for a pre-recorded bike ride, followed by a live Q&A session.

Overview : Our popular bicycle ride, showcasing the latest in architectural design and development in Sacramento, goes virtual this year with a pre-recorded ride, featuring location tours and interviews with architects, builders and developers.

Oct 10 @ 11 am

ArchObscura Photo Exhibition + Reception

AIA Central Valley

Experience architecture through photography! View entries to this year’s Architectura Obscura competition at your leisure, and then join the socially-distanced Awards Presentation to learn about the photographer’s inspiration and process in capturing the perfect architectural image.

Can’t make it to the reception? The exhibition will be on display starting October 6th at DPR, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

Oct 9 @ 5 pm

Design Access | Through the Lens

AIA Central Valley

This popular program gives attendees a behind-the-scenes opportunity to see both known and “tucked-away” architecture projects in our region. This year, see the projects though the camera lens, as we feature video tours in a variety of styles that provide details and unique insights from the architect’s perspective!

Oct 7 @ 12 pm

Kid’s Draw Architecture: California State Capitol

AIA Central Valley

As a part of AIACV’s Experience Architecture 2020, join us for this fun sketching activity for children of all ages in partnership with AIA California

Overview : Sketching is a fun way for children to focus and see things previously unnoticed in the built environment, and to better understand the various aspects of architecture, such as functionality and artistry.

Oct 6 @ 5 pm