6 PM - 9 PM
Innovation and Design Building
23 Drydock Avenue, Boston
Catalina Rojo Ianetta
Alumni & Development Officer
For ticket and sponsorship information, please contact Catalina Rojo Ianetta at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.585.0146.
The Boston Architectural College is at the forefront of educating socially conscious designers who are invested in building sustainable urban neighborhoods. Join us for an extraordinary evening celebrating the work of the BAC and its community, in support of our vision of designing a sustainable future.
This lively reception-style event will focus on the wide theme of Urban Sustainability and what that means for our community and the future of design practices. We anticipate approximately 300–400 guests throughout the night. Our audience includes the Boston design community—architects, real estate developers, construction managers, and designers. Guests will enjoy night-long entertainment by local musicians, a Food and Beverage Showcase featuring food and drinks from local/ sustainable producers, and a silent auction.
Eco-friendly is the new standard in luxury: Wear something "green" and glamorous!
Honorable Marianne B. Bowler and Dr. Marc A. Pfeffer
Lawrence G. and Lynn T. Cetrulo
Christopher Cook, Commissioner of the Parks and Recreation Department of Boston
Julia Halevy, Acting President of the Boston Architectural College
Marc W. Pelletier, Chair of the Boston Architectural College Board of Trustees
Michael Phillips, President of Jamestown Properties
State Representative Daniel and Kara Ryan
Barry R. Sloane, President and CEO of Century Bank
Representative Chris Walsh, AIA, 6th Middlesex District
Josh Zakim, Boston City Councilor
Felice and David Silverman
Stephen M. Bell
Arthur J. Hurley
Steven F. McDonald
The Boston Architectural College is no longer affiliated with Boston Design Week or AD20/21. We thank you for your previous support and we hope you will continue to support the BAC at this new event.
Thank you to our sponsors:
(List as of April 15)