Architecture and Planning Section
The Architecture and Planning Section is composed of those ARLIS/NA members who are interested in the documentation and multi-disciplinary facets studies and theory in architecture, its allied arts, and urban, community, and regional planning. This includes the acquisition, organization, retrieval, and circulation of materials and collections pertaining to both in print and non-print formats, including but not limited to 2D-4D models and materials, collections, resources, and data. The primary purpose of the Architecture and Planning Section is professional development and communication.
To provide a short of the section, the Architecture Special Interest Group was established in 1975; the Urban and Regional Planning Issues SIG was established in 2008 and dissolved in June 2020 and subsumed under the new Architecture & Planning Section.
The main activities of the group are focused on the presentation of sessions on these topics at the annual ARLIS/NA conference and the compilation of information on these subjects via Art Documentation. The primary purpose of the Architecture and Planning Section is to support professional development and communication for those interested in the documentation of architecture and planning and the allied arts.
- ARLIS/NA Art, Architecture, and Design Information Competencies for Landscape Architecture (May 2020) Written by Robert Adams and Dana B. Sly
- ARLIS/NA Art, Architecture, and Design Information Competencies for Graphic Design, Interior Design, Photography and Urban and Regional Planning (June 2019) Graphic Design: Stefanie Hilles; Interior Design: Amanda Meeks; Photography: Larissa Garcia; Urban and Regional Planning: Stephanie Beene; Compiled by Alyssa Vincent and Linden How
- ARLIS/NA Art, Architecture, and Design Information Competencies (June 2018) Introduction: Jane Carlin; Essential Questions: Amanda Meeks; Architectural History: Alan Michelson; Architecture: James Sobczak; Art History: Shannon Marie Robinson; Fashion Design: Alyssa Vincent; Studio Art: Linden How; Compiled by ARLIS/NA RISS members, with guidance and input from RISS co-moderators and ARLIS/NA membership after an approved 2017 project charter to revise and update the 2006 Information Competencies for Students in Design Disciplines.
- Related associations and accrediting bodies
Architecture-related Sessions at Past ARLIS/NA Conferences