Category Archives: Events

Link-Up with BosNOMA

Hello BosNOMA family & friends! We will be having our very first mixer next Friday, October 26th at the BSA Space. This event will give the chance for architecture and design students in the area to socialize, network, and “link-up” with professionals in a relaxed environment. There is also opportunities to learn more about notable architects who were formerly members of BosNOMA. So, If you’re interested, please email us at bosnoma@gmail.com to RSVP! We can’t wait to see you there!bosNOMA flyer design_FINAL

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COOPER GALLERY & HIP HOP ARCHIVES TOUR

Greetings All! On March 27th 2018, we will be visiting the Cooper Gallery as well as the Hip Hop Archives at Harvard University. To best prepare for the tours, we would like to get a good idea on the number of people who will be attending. If you are interested, please fill out this survey by Wednesday, March 21st for head count purposes. Thanks so much!

BosNOMA Cooper Gallery & Hip-Hop Archives Tour Survey

For more information on the HipHop Archive & Research Institute, click here.

For more information on the Cooper Gallery, click here.

Sista in the Brotherhood

Greetings Everyone,

On Tuesday, February 27th, BosNOMA in collaboration with the BSA & Open Architecture Collaborative will be screening the short film “Sista in the Brotherhood” at 6pm. Following the screening there will be a panel discussion comprising women in the building and construction industry.  All are welcome to come and join us at the BSASpace as we exchange our thoughts on the challenges and situations women face in the field. For more information about the film project, visit www.sistainthebrotherhood.com.

See below for the film trailer:

THE HIP-HOP ARCHITECT LECTURE & YOUTH WORKSHOP

BosNOMA is pleased to announce that we will be hosting an event with Micheal Ford (aka the Hip-Hop Architect) August 3rd & 4th at the BSA.

Michael Ford is a designer, researcher and the founder of Hip-Hop Architecture. Over the past decade, Ford has been working to blur the lines between professional practice and academia. He is dedicated to stimulating cross disciplinary discourse between practitioners and residents on the sociological and cultural implications of architecture and urban planning on its inhabitants. Ford has spoken about the impact of modern urban architecture in communities at TEDx Madison in 2016, was part of a keynote panel at the A’17 Conference on Architecture in Orlando, FL, and is launching his book, Hip Hop Architecture 101, this summer.

If you’re interested in attending this event, please be sure to RSVP on the BSA website. Also, you can find the Facebook event page here.

We are looking for 7-8 volunteers (a ratio of 1 volunteer to 5 youth attendees) to help facilitate the workshop.  If you or someone you may know is interested in applying to be a volunteer please fill out the application and submit by July 21st at 5 pm. Please find the application here. Volunteers will be notified by July 28th.

An informal conversation with Abby Gordon

On February 28th, Abby Gordon will be joining BosNOMA’s chapter meeting to have an informal conversation on her travels during her 30 day journey across Cuba. As a Shepley Bulfinch Howe Traveling Fellow, in 2015 Abby traveled throughout Cuba documenting the country’s architecture, environment, and culture. We hope to see you there at 6pm, and as usual food and beverages will be provided!

In addition, the BSA will be hosting her opening reception on March 2, 2017. For more details on this BSA event, please visit the BSA website.

NMAAHC: Freelon & Howard @ Perkins + Will

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It was with great delight for members of BosNOMA to be a part of a conversation with Phil Freelon and Zena Howard about the new National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), graciously hosted by Perkins+Will Boston on November 3, 2016. BosNOMA members alongside P+W Boston staff and a host of inspired high school students gathered to hear Phil and Zena speak about why they are proud to be African American, and what they hope the Smithsonian museum will offer visitors for years to come. They also shared insight on the competition collaboration, design process as well as construction challenges and achievements.

Three weeks after the grand opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., visitors continue to flock there from all over the world to learn and be inspired by “A People’s Journey, A Nation’s Story.” In this second installment of In Their Own Words – Perkins+Will’s new video series – Phil, Lead Architect and Zena, Senior Project Manager, share what it’s meant to them, personally, to contribute to this monumental project.

Check out the links below to be inspired.

In Their Own Words: Zena Howard, Uniting Toward the Future

In Their Own Words: Phil Freelon, Building a Legacy

BAC NOMAS HACKATHON

hackathon-flyerBoston Architectural College will be having their annual Hackathon on Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 10am-5pm. Hosted by the BAC NOMAS chapter, Hack the “T” will be a hack that concludes with a design charette on the theme of the MBTA public transit system.  Topics include info graphics, stops/station design, and the proposal for a new high speed/express line. For all those interested, be sure you stop by the Beehive (Room 100) at the BAC for this event!