The John Edmonston Brent Exhibit at SUNY Buffalo
John E. Brent was the son of Washington, D.C.'s first known African American architect, Calvin E. Brent. Read more.
2015 Conference Hotel Room Reservation deadline is September 15th
Don't miss out on the discounted room rate. Make your reservations today at the Sheraton New Orleans by visiting here
Additional conference information can be found here.
Roberta Washington speaks about Architecture and the Black Experience
We are sad to announce the passing of NOMA Founder Harold Williams, FAIA, NOMAC
Mr. Williams passed away on June 21, 2015. A Memorial Service will be held for NOMA Founder, Harold Williams, FAIA, NOMAC, on Friday, July 10, 2015 at 1:00pm at:
Angelus Funeral Home
3875 South Crenshaw Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90008
In lieu of flowers, Betty Williams is requesting that donations be made, in the name of NOMA Founder, Harold Williams, FAIA, NOMAC, to the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA).
Mailing address for donations:
P.O. Box 81256
Chicago, IL 60681
Read more about the life of Harold L. Williams here
NOMA Career Center
We are pleased and very excited to announce the launch of our newly-designed, and feature-rich, NOMA Career Center, catering specifically, to job seekers and employers in the architectural community. To access the Career Center, please go to this link or click the "Opportunities" (soon-to-be renamed, "Career Center") link at the top of the page.
The Career Center will serve as a meeting place for both future employees and future employers. Please go to the Career Center site, post your resume and create a profile. Read more
2015 Student Design Competition Program
Click HERE to download the program brief.
Project Pipeline Day Camp 2015
Several NOMA chapters across the country host architectural day camps to teach students about architecture and make them aware of the built and natural environments. Find out more about the Project Pipeline program and if a camp is being held near you.