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Deadline extended: Call for Presenters for the AANB/RAIC Annual Conference and Festival of Architecture 2008


September 23, 2007
by Canadian Architect

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the Architects Association of New Brunswick invite you to submit a presentation proposal to the 2008 Festival of Architecture. The deadline for submissions has now been extended to November 15, 2007. The conference will be held from June 25-28, 2008 at the Delta Hotel in Fredericton, New Brunswick. It will be a three-day opportunity to engage in professional development and to network with others interested in the multifaceted world of architecture.

With the festival theme of Architects: Steering the Current, this conference is designed to provide architects from across Canada with educational sessions targeted at exploring current and future design, business practice and technology.

The AANB/RAIC Conference Committee will approve all sessions. Each application will be reviewed and evaluated according to completeness and accuracy of application, and relevance to the conference theme Architects: Steering the Current.

There are four educational streams:
Steering the Current by Design
Sustainable/Healthy Design
Architecture as a Career
The Practice of Architecture

It is expected that more than 350 participants will attend. As a conference attendee, you will receive a special hotel room rate at the Delta Fredericton. The discounted room rate is $149.00 single or double occupancy per night plus tax.

If you are interested in presenting, please complete and return the submission form by November 15, 2007. For more information, please visit www.aanb.org/aanb-raic-2008/en/raic-call_for_presenters.htm or contact conference coordinator Alene Holmes at 506.446.9159 orfestival-2008@rogers.com.



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