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AIA Offers Free Screenings of Architectural Films

April 25, 2017, 9:12 AM HST
* Updated April 25, 9:15 AM
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The Hawaii Island Section of the Honolulu Chapter of the American Institute of Architects invites the public to free double-feature screenings of films focusing on the process of design in celebration of Architecture Month.

The brilliance of great design is that it can solve multiple problems, create beauty and point to a positive future. Design & Thinking by director Mu-Ming Tsai and 3 warp-speed architectural tales, a TED talk by Bjarke Ingels, offer inspiration to those willing to take on and support that future.

The films will be shown at the W.M. Keck Observatory Headquarters, Hualalai Learning Theater in Waimea on Thursday, April 27, at 6 p.m. Call Aaron Spielman at (808) 937.5511 for more information.

The films will also be shown Hawaii Innovation Center at Hilo, Conference Room on Friday, April 28 at 5:15 p.m. For more information, call Terry Cisco at (808) 937.8953.

(A film night in Kona was held in mid-April as previously announced in early March.)

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W.M. Keck Observatory Headquarters is located at 65-1120 Māmalahoa Highway. The Hawaii Innovation Center 117 Keawe St.

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To register, or for more information about these and other Architecture Month events, go online.

About AIA Honolulu
Since 1926, the AIA Honolulu has served its membership and the community by promoting design excellence in Hawaii’s built environment. Its continuing education programs promote leadership and professionalism among its membership of about 800 architects and allied building professionals, and educate the public about architecture and the value of quality design.

The Center for Architecture is a gathering place to engage both professionals and members of the broader community in dialogue to shape attractive and sustainable public spaces and neighborhoods.

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For 159 years, members of The American Institute of Architects have worked with each other and their communities to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings and cityscapes. AIA members have access to the right people, knowledge, and tools to create better design, and through such resources and access, they help clients and communities make their visions real.

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