NOMA HOMECOMING | Detroit 50
NOMA is honored to celebrate our 50th Year Anniversary in Detroit, where our twelve founders convened for the 1971 AIA Conference. Over the past five decades, NOMA has grown to over 2,500 members in over 120 professional and student chapters in North America. In 2021, we invite you to join us in Detroit as we honor our history, relish in our present day accomplishments and look to build a brighter future for our profession and our communities. All of the most up to date details are here on our event site.
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We invite you to watch our NOMA Homecoming | Detroit 50 commemorative video, written and performed by Detroit native, Jessica Care Moore, with original music by John Bunkley, also a Detroiter. The film was commissioned by NOMA and executive produced by Kimberly Dowdell and Tiffany Brown. Commercial real estate firm, Bedrock Detroit sponsored and provided in-kind services to produce the powerful video that we are all so proud to share. Many thanks to Bedrock and the entire NOMA team for helping to make this possible. We are NOMA…the frontline of architecture begins here.
A Virtual Conference With More Than a Hundred Unique Voices
There’s no need to wait to register for the conference. Leading practitioners, thoughtful activists, thriving entrepreneurs, prolific planners, creative contractors, daring developers and a plethora of other speakers have all decided to come together virtually to make this the best NOMA conference on record. October 20 – 23, 2021 will have 101 different ways to expand your knowledge, your career and your peace of mind. Topics such as: “Hybrid Buildings: Economic-Driven Architecture that Benefits Mission-Driven Institutions” by Erica Alonzo. “Meyer Memorial Trust Headquarters: A New Model for Equity and Sustainability” by Chandra Robinson. “Imagine Kalamazoo 2025” by Hayward Babineaux. “Healthcare, Architecture and Racial Justice” by Ananath Shankar. “Just A Bold Move!” by Rainy Hamilton Jr. “Using BIM as a Gateway to Increase Diversity in Architecture” by Uchenna Okere.
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