AIA Georgia I Look Up Film Series
Film is an excellent way to educate, inform, and inspire the public about architecture and the positive impact architects make on a community. With that idea in mind, the I Look Up film challenge was born. We are excited to host Georgia’s first viewing of some of the short films entered into the American Institute of Architect’s 2016 and 2017 competition years as well as a first look at 2018’s seed film “Caño Martin Peña: A Blueprint for Better” documenting efforts to rebuild Puerto Rico.
After Saturday’s Open House festivities, come wind down at the Plaza Theater and hear from local leaders dedicated to affordable housing and how architects and students across the country are getting their hands dirty for the cause.
- A Home, 2016
- Rural Studio, 2016
- Community by Design – Skid Row, 2017
- Rio Grande, 2017
- Home, 2016
- A Little Alcove, 2017
- The MADWORKSHOP, 2017
- A Roof of their Own, 2017
- Midtown – A Blueprint for Better, 2017
- Caño Martin Peña
After Saturday’s Open House festivities, come wind down at the Plaza Theater and hear from local leaders dedicated to affordable housing and how architects and students are getting their hands dirty for the cause.
Interested in Getting Involved?
Architects strengthen society, design solutions and transform communities through their work, adding to the vibrancy of the towns and cities we call home. The AIA Georgia I Look Up Architecture Film Series links the pressing needs of a community with design, planning, and local leadership. This is a FREE event and it relies on the collective guidance and support of people like you to make it truly meaningful.
Presenting Sponsor – $1000 (max 1)
Program Sponsor – $500 (max 1)
Friend of the Fest – $250 (unlimited)