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Stories, Powered by PechaKucha

Stories (Knowledge • Resilience • Inclusion), Powered by PechaKucha
Thursday, 7:30 PM – Tickets $35/each

3D Theatre in Rainforest
Moody Gardens Hotel

Sponsored by: L.A. Fuess Partners

For the first time on an IMAX 3D six-story screen, come see Stories (Knowledge • Resilience • Inclusion), Powered by PechaKucha (the art of concise presentations), designed exclusively to entertain and inform attendees of the TxA Annual Conference, where you’ll hear from creatives in a variety of genres across the state of Texas. Each ticket purchase includes two drink tickets.

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Veronica Castro Barrera, AIA
KAI, Metal Work Artist – From Tequisquiapan to Copenhagen and Texas in Between . . . Mobility & Human Connection

Veronica is a Principal with the architecture, engineering and construction firm KAI leading a diverse portfolio of important civic investments for both public and private entities in five cities.

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Larry Paschall, AIA
Spotted Dog Architecture – Queer Visibility in Twenty

Larry Paschall, AIA, is CEO of Spotted Dog Architecture, specializing in residential architecture with a focus on home additions and renovations.

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Kurt Neiswender, AIA
Sedgewick & Ferweda Architects (Flint, MI), Co-Host of Coffee Sketch Podcast – Take the Plunge – The Art of Execution

Leveraging his role as an architect to influence many facets of the profession, Kurt Neiswender, AIA, is driven by the philosophy that architects should be leaders in advancing civilization.

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Gianna Pigford, AIA
TxA NCARB Committee Chair – Storyteller 

With over 19 years of experience, Gianna Pigford has provided a wealth of project leadership, managing the construction documentation and administration of several projects throughout the United States.

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Falon Mihalic
Falon Land Studio, Houston – Deep Work/Play/Time 

Created in 1999, the Cornerstone Award is presented in recognition of outstanding contributions that enhance the quality of life by elevating architecture and the arts, promoting the value of community, or preserving the natural environment.

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Alejandro Borges G.
Texas A&M University, College Station – On projection, shadows, and representation of space.

Architect, graduated from the Facultad de Arquitectura, Universidad Central de Venezuela. He received a Master of Architecture from Cornell University.

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Eva Schone
​Trophyology, Austin – Architecture of Gratitude

Eva Schone is a passionate designer, licensed architect, and soulful entrepreneur with the core belief that anything is possible.

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Jesse Miller, AIA
Megamorphosis – Cross Border Education and Practice Poised on the Edge

Jesse Miller, AIA is an architect with Megamorphosis in the Rio Grande Valley. Jesse works to create places and spaces where people can thrive.

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Bang Dang
FAR + DANG – First 8

Bang has called Dallas his home since he was five years old, and having a Chinese background, has a unique, Eastern/Western take on architecture.

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Sterling Stevens
Architectural Photographer – Foray

Sterling works throughout the United States as an independent architectural photographer for a growing national client base.

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