On November 18th, AIA Baltimore, The Baltimore Architecture Foundation, and Bmore NOMA had a reception for SAY IT LOUD Maryland at The Baltimore Center For Architecture and Design. We hosted curator and founder of SAY IT LOUD and Beyond the Built Environment, Pascale Sablan, who gave opening remarks and shared her vision of creating an extensive catalog of diverse designers that can be seen and celebrated across the world.
About SAY IT LOUD:
The Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Baltimore), the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF), and the Baltimore Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (Bmore NOMA) have opened the physical exhibition SAY IT LOUD Maryland, a new exhibition spotlighting the contributions of diverse designers to Maryland’s built environment. The exhibition includes 45 individuals representing a diversity of career levels, cultures, and backgrounds.
Created by Pascale Sablan, founder of Beyond the Built, SAY IT LOUD is the activation of a national movement of sharing, protecting and celebrating the journey of the underrepresented to inspire the next generation. SAY IT LOUD exhibitions have been hosted in cities such as New York, Chicago, and London.
Programming for SAY IT LOUD Maryland will elevate the identities and contributions of diverse architects and designers with lectures and tours that testify to the provided value of their built work and its spatial impact.
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