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landmarks illinois upcoming events & programs

January 15, 2018

2018 Most Endangered Nomination Deadline

Nominate a historic building or site for Landmarks Illinois’ annual Most Endangered Historic Places in Illinois. Download the nomination form below.

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January 23, 2018

Skyline Council Trivia Night

Join Landmarks Illinois’ young and emerging professionals committee for a night of food, local beer and trivia at Revolution Brewing in Logan Square.

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March 8, 2018

Legendary Landmarks Celebration

LI’s biggest event of the year! The 2018 LLC will honor: Dan Levin, founder and chairman of The Habitat Company; Toni Preckwinkle, Cook County Board President; and Berglund Construction.

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other upcoming events & programs

February 2, 2018

Women in the Built World Symposium 2018

A day of networking and exploring topics including Equity and Engagement, Work-Life Balance, Generational Views on the Industry, Navigating Career Choices, Super Tall Structures, Material Restoration, and Project Management Expectations.
Presented by: SEAOI’s Women in Structural Engineering, Women in Restoration & Engineering and Chicago Women in Architecture.

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March 1-2, 2018

Career XPO

During these two days, employers from across the country representing the fields of Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning will come to the University of Illinois campus to showcase their firms, build relationships with the university, and interview potential candidates for both summer and full-time employment.

Presented by: Illinois School of Architecture

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April 21, 2018

APT Western Great Lakes Chapter and Docomomo US/Chicago 2018 Symposium: PRESERVATION CHALLENGES OF MODERNIST STRUCTURES

Presented by: The Association for Preservation Technology (Western Great Lakes Chapter) in collaboration with Docomomo US/Chicago and the IIT College of Architecture

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July 18-22, 2018

NAPC FORUM

FORUM 2018 includes dozens of educational sessions and discussion panels, mobile workshops and tours, and five days of non-stop networking for commission staff and volunteers representing local, state and national organizations and government agencies.

Presented by: NAPC

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