2014 was a memorable year for the New Mexico Architectural Foundation. Below is a list of our Top 10 Accomplishments.
#10 FEATURES e-Newsletter
Our e-mail newsletter was debuted in September with the purpose of providing the latest news and events in the world of New Mexico architecture. Coupled with a Facebook page, the Foundation is making the most of technology and social media. Be sure you’re receiving our FEATURES e-news.
#9 Preservation Month Promotion
Continuing our annual support each May, the Foundation partnered with preservation partners across New Mexico in recognizing Heritage Preservation Month. More…
#8 Young Architects Forum Support
As in past years, the Foundation helped sponsor this gala event honoring recently licensed architects and CSI Certificate and Certification recipients. More …
#7 Guide to ABQ Architecture Rekindled
The committee for the Guide to ABQ Architecture has been meeting and setting new goals for the coming year, which included making application for additional funding. Stay tuned for more details.
#6 Annual Meeting Held at Batten House
The 2014 Annual Meeting was held at the Batten House, which is home to the ABQ Museum Foundation. Attendees received a behind-the-scenes tour of this historic property. More…
#5 Architectural & Children Sponsorship
The Foundation provided financial support to Architecture and Children Program, allowing the Spanish curriculum to be published and offered in bi-lingual classrooms. More…
#4 Visit from NM Secretary of Tourism
Because New Mexico visitors rank culture and architecture as top reasons to explore our state, Foundation board members received a visit from NM Department of Tourism Security to discuss the campaign to enhance tourism in our state. More …
#3 Membership Application Goes Online
Current Foundation members and new members alike now have the option of processing their membership applications online. Of course, you can still submit your membership information in the mail, but now you have options!
SUBMIT YOUR 2015 Membership Application TODAY!
#2 The 27th Tour
Nearly 40 people joined the Foundation’s annual architectural that was held in Truth or Consequences on Oct. 25. Participants learned about the community and historic architecture of the town during a walking tour and at the evening panel discussion. Members also had a chance to hear a presentation about TorC’s Master Plan in December.
#1 Shiny & New Website Launched
In January, the Foundation launched this new website. The site has many tools that encourage engagement and info sharing of architectural excellence and education in New Mexico. Tell us what you think …