AIA|DC Presents reBirth::Washington DC 50 Years after 1968

By Editorial Team on April 3, 2018
14th and Euclid Streets, NW, 1968 – Courtesy The Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
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Opening Reception: Tuesday, April 3 from 6pm to 8pm
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Join AIA|DC at the District Architecture Center for the opening reception of reBirth::Washington DC 50 Years after 1968. Explore projects in neighborhoods affected by the events of 1968 and watch April Uprising: DC After Martin Luther King’s Assassination, a documentary film narrated by Aaron Gilchrist of NBC4.

reBirth::Washington DC 50 Years after 1968 examines architecture’s role in the city’s rebirth. Organized geographically by neighborhood and chronologically by completion, it presents significant projects in each area that have served as catalysts for change.

Washington Chapter, American Institute of Architects is located at 421 7th St. NW. For more information, visit www.aiadc.com.