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Architecture Month Walking Tour Task Force

The Architecture Month Walking Tour task force is responsible for organizing the AIA Honolulu Annual Architectural Walking tour held every April during national Architecture Month. It is led by architects and other design-minded professionals, and open to the community and visitors. The intention is to offer insights into the local historical and contemporary architecture. The Architecture Month Walking Tour task force has led tours of Waikiki, Capital District, Downtown and Chinatown, and is developing a tour of UH Manoa. The intention is to develop a total of 5 or 6 walking tours, so annual tours may be rotated. The Annual Walking Tour depends on AIA Honolulu membership and other local design-minded professionals to volunteer as Docents and Tour guides, and the Center for Architecture for assistance with logistics. 


Architecture Month Walking Tour Task Force Goals

  • Begin actively planning the event in November (for April event date) of the previous year.

  •  Walk the sites, establish the route, and coordinate all aspects of the tour

  • Additional tasks include creating a flyer and graphics, print coordination, coordinating permissions for site visits, recruiting volunteers, etc. 


Get Involved

The Annual Walking Tour depends on about 40 volunteers from the AIA Honolulu membership and other local design-minded professionals to be Docents and Tour guides for the event.  


Architecture Month Walking Tour Committee Leadership and Members

For more information about the Architecture Month task force please email Purnima McCutcheon, purnimam@g70.design, or Brenda Lowrey, Brenda_Lowrey/FacilDev/HIDOE@notes.k12.hi.us.

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