What: Joint meeting with AIA Indianapolis at Eskenazi Hospital
When: Thursday, July 9th 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Where: Eskenazi Hospital
Each year our annual budget for YAF Indy is generously supplied by AIA Indianapolis. Just like our group they too have monthly events that center around something relating to the architectural profession. In July we’ll be partnering with AIA Indianapolis to see Eskanzi Health up close and personal. Every AIA event is free to AIA members (both associate level and full AIA members) and for this joint event the free admission is also extended to YAF Indy members. That’s right, this is a totally free evening spent meeting firm owners and your peers all while getting some insight into the newest hospital in Indianapolis.
The event is scheduled as follows.
• 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. – Networking, Hors D’oeuvres, Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks
• 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. – Presentation – “Design Considerations – Eskenazi Health Commonground” – Matthew R. Gutwein, President and CEO, Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County – Earn 1 AIA/CES Learning Unit!
This is an excellent chance to see what the larger AIA events offer as well as expand your circle of connections in the architecture community. We hope to see you there.
What: Graphics: Renderings, Master Plans, and Presentations
When: Tuesday, March 24, 2015, 5:30PM – 7:00PM
Where: Tomlinson Tap Room, second floor in the City Market
Come out and join us for our March Event at the Tomlinson Tap Room. If you’ve never been to this location it’s located on the mezzanine level of the Indianapolis City Market. At night the main floor food vendors won’t be open so we’ll have plenty of room upstairs to enjoy a craft brew made in Indiana and share stories from our work experience.
This month we’ll be talking about all things related to graphics; including renderings, master plans, and any other presentation style imagery you care about. If you have a chance please take a minute to print out something from your office (or your studio class) and come prepared with the tidbits of how it was created. What program was used for modelling and rendering? How much of the final image was created in Photoshop or other post production software? How much time was spent / billed for each image? Is the image a digital composite combining photographs with renderings?
On hand we’ll have at least one expert from a local firm to regale us all with stories of Photoshop editing. We hope to see you there. As always feel free to bring your friends.