Women in Architecture

Just 30 percent of AIA Colorado members are women. We're on a mission to change that. Meet the #WomeninArchitecture. These faces will light up the D&F Tower in downtown Denver starting tonight, recognizing those women in the field of architecture, celebrating their contributions, and changing a culture through representation. We interviewed 130 female and nonbinary architects and asked: "What would it take to break down barriers for women in architecture?" Come see what they had to say via a bold, outdoor projection, starting at dusk tonight and running all through October. This one's for the girls. MORE → bit.ly/3l4qkXD

Posted by AIA Colorado on Thursday, October 1, 2020

16th Street Mall – Pedestrian Mall
Denver, CO 80202
From Dusk to 10:00 PM

For safe viewing, see the projection outdoors on the 16th Street Mall. Wear your mask, socially distance and enjoy the spacious plaza. The best viewing is near Curtis Street and the 16th Street Mall, near Rock Bottom Restaurant.

Can’t make it to Denver? Want to share with family in another state? Join us for the livestream on Friday, October 16, at 8 p.m. MST during the AIA Colorado Practice + Design Conference

AIA Colorado’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusiveness Committee is proud to introduce an outdoor, socially distanced, digital projection, “Women in Architecture,” in downtown Denver. Female and nonbinary AIA members (FAIA, AIA, Associate, and AIAS members) will be recognized in an exciting outdoor projection-mapping exhibit honoring women in architecture as part of Denver Theatre District’s “Night Lights Denver” on the 16th Street Mall. The project recognizes the presence of women in the field of architecture, celebrates their contributions, and aims to change a culture through representation.

In partnership with The Denver Theatre District, AIA Colorado will project faces of underserved architects and the buildings they’ve helped design onto the Daniels & Fisher Clocktower via 10 projectors and 210,000 Lumens. Our mission with the exhibit is to recognize the strong presence of women in the field of architecture, celebrate their contributions, inspire future architects, and change a culture through representation.

Happening all through the month of October, Tuesdays-Sundays, from dusk until 10 p.m.