AIABaltimore Staff Contact Information
11 1/2 West Chase Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
General Inquiries, document and book orders, basic information: Vacant
Committee work, newsletter contributions, gallery information: Caroline Devereaux
Basic and individual membership and bookkeeping questions: JeanMarie Kryzowski, AIA
Specific internal and external issues: Kathleen Lane, Assoc. AIA
Founded in 1871, the Baltimore Chapter of The American Institute of Architects is the third oldest in the country. The constitution written by its founders states that “the objects of the chapter are to unite in fellowship the architects of the city, and to combine their efforts so as to promote the artistic, scientific and best ethical standards of the profession.”
Throughout the past half century, membership and activity in the Baltimore Chapter have grown and changed. The chapter’s educational programming for members and the general public has expanded. Committees have multiplied and broadened to address issues important to architects, to Baltimore and central Maryland communities, and to global events.
We will continue this proactive approach to architecture and its role in our city and the nation. AIABaltimore, based in a city of neighborhoods, was the first AIA chapter to join the global village with its own website in 1995. Our website has been designed to acknowledge the increasing needs of our membership and the public for ready access to information and services.
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Committee Meeting Schedule and Contact information at a glance.