Architecture in Perspective 30th Annual Conference

architecture in perspective 30th annual conference
architecture in perspective 30th annual conference
The Architecture in Perspective (AIP) 30 Conference will take place in Toronto from October 14-18, 2015, celebrating 30 years of excellence in architectural visualization. Renowned members of the #ArchViz industry have been scheduled, such as Neoscape, V-Ray, Headgear Animation, Michael McCann & Cicada Design. Richard Johnson of the Washington Post will be sharing his view on drawing environments and important events in history.

The American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI) was holding Urban Sketch Tours way before they were cool. This year we will be sketching the city of Toronto for two days, visiting museums, a distillery, universities and a fort, to name just a few.

ASAI was founded in 1986 as a professional organization to represent the business and artistic interests of architectural illustrators throughout North America and around the world. ASAI’s principal mandate was and remains the fostering of communication among its members, raising the standards of architectural drawing, and acquainting the broader public with the importance of such drawings as a conceptual and representational tool in architecture. Membership in the organization is not limited to professional illustrators, but is open to architects, designers, teachers, students, corporations, and anyone engaged in the serious pursuit of architectural drawing.

The principal means of achieving the organization’s goals is Architecture in Perspective, an annual international competition, exhibition and catalogue which has included work by many of the most accomplished contemporary architectural illustrators from around the world. Each year approximately 60 pieces are chosen for exhibition by a jury of respected professionals in the fields of architecture, illustration, photography, fine art or design education. The artwork deemed to be the year’s most outstanding work is accorded the organization’s highest award, the Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize. By providing not only award recognition, but also a forum for the practitioners of this art form, the American Society of Architectural Illustrators has focused attention on an increasingly diverse, yet refined level of work. With a large international membership, the work of the Society’s members has become the touchstone for many of the most eloquent voices and hands in the field.

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