AIASC Receives National Award

2014Grassroots4On Friday, March 21 during the Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference Awards Luncheon, AIASC was honored with a 2014 Component Excellence Award for Public Affairs and Communications Outstanding Overall Program for its Kids In Architecture workshops held during the month of October in children’s museums throughout South Carolina. Champions and volunteers from each of the six local AIASC Sections worked closely with Lynn Craig, FAIA, RIBA and Clemson School of Architecture faculty and students to create interactive workshops that expose children to the world of architecture and design. This prestigious award was conferred by the Public Affairs & Communications Awards Jury upon AIA South Carolina,

“For heightening public awareness that an appreciation of the power of design can begin with children. Working with architecture students in Genoa, Italy, and Children’s Museums in South Carolina, the chapter created collaborative interactive workshops that tapped into a child’s innate creativity. In so doing, AIA South Carolina innovated a unique learning approach that gave to the children of South Carolina and their parents access to the magic of design and the joy of giving shape to their dreams.”

2014Grassroots6 Lynn Craig, FAIA,RIBA holding the award

“AIA South Carolina worked closely with the Children’s Museums and Clemson University to develop a workshop series for children. The program engaged school children at a statewide level. The impact of this program will be seen for years to come. Kudos, AIA South Carolina! – 2014 Public Affairs & Communications Awards Jury

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