Technology in the Architectural Practice (TAP)

 

Mission Statement

As new technology emerges and becomes increasingly critical to practice, planning and building, TAP keeps members ahead, serving as a resource for the profession and the public in the use of technology in the practice of architecture.

 

Vision Statement

We aspire… to achieve social justice in practice and design by eliminating barriers and unconscious bias, and by creating the most equitable, diverse, and inclusive place to practice architecture in the country for all identities.

We ultimately aspire to… not need to exist.

Goals

  1. Educate
    a. Provide education opportunities to create urgency around the importance of diversity.
    b. Help members discover how to convert equitable practices into design principles that benefit the experience of the built environment for all identities.
  1. Foster Communication
    a. Provide resources to spark conversations within firms, between individuals, in the community, and across disciplines.
    b. Help members question norms by providing tools to disrupt the profession and practice
    c. Be a source of current, national and local conversations
  2. Listen and Learn
    a. Provide a platform for listening and learning
    b. Continue research efforts by collecting/synthesizing hard data, seek trends, and uncover barriers for all identities

Liaisons

have the application linked

info for Liaisons to distribute

like a landing page for the current liaisons and resource for those interested

Members

Chair: Andria Lynch, AIA
Board Liaison: Kurt Boyd, Allied AIA
Committee Members: Christina Holden, AIA; Jim Inzeo, Allied AIA: Mathew Smith, AIA

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Resources

 

AIA MID TN Resources

 

Community and Industry Resources

  • other nonprofits doing this work, both locally and nationally
  • individuals (speakers, architects) who advocate for this work
  • AIA National TAP website

Upcoming Events

may, 2022

Contact AIA Middle Tennessee

Need more information or have a question or concern regarding Equity Diversity and Inclusion? Contact us today and a member of our team will respond in a timely manner. 

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