AIA Memphis offers a variety of programs and resources to community members of all ages.
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Architecture Month, founded in 2004, offers the Memphis community an exciting and educational series of tours, lectures, exhibits, and events that explore historic and contemporary architecture and design in Memphis and beyond every September.
Architecture Bike & Walk Tours
AIA Memphis hosts architect-led bike tours of the city of Memphis throughout the year and provides Bike Walk self-guided architectural tours of the city by neighborhood.
AIA Memphis hosts architecture and design lectures throughout the year. The Third Thursday lecture series is hosted on the Third Thursday of each month and features Memphis architects and designers discussing their ongoing projects, as well as nationally renowned guest lecturers. The Architects of the World series, presented in conjunction with Memphis In May International, brings architects from around the world to Memphis each year.
AIA Memphis hosts over 80 events a year, many of which are open to the public. Join us for Third Thursday: Lectures on Design, guided architectural biking and walking tours, Conversation+Cocktails with local artists, architectural installations and much more!
Not a practitioner or industry professional, but want to learn more about architecture and design over cocktails and exclusive tours? Our lunITECTS group is for you! LunITECTS is a non-professional group for those interested in exploring architecture and design.
Parents & Teachers
Our mission is to promote architecture and the profession; advocate for livable and sustainable communities; and serve as a resource for our members. Architectural education at the k-12 level has become an important part of this mission with educational opportunities for students so that they may explore the many facets of architecture through fun and challenging programs and events.