Never too late, apparently, to be adding events to the June calendar.
RSVP by today for the Illinois Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architect's Wednesday evening panel, Alternative Career Paths in Architecture, while Thursday noontime at Depaul, the Harry Chaddick Institute will be hosting a discussion on The Growth of Carsharing: A Review of the Public Benefits and Tax Burden of an Expanding Transportation Sector.
Elsewhere this week, Margaret Cederoth of Parsons Brinckerhoff and Christopher Drew from Adrian Smith+Gorden Gill Architecture will be discussing the lessons of Masdar City for APA Chicago on Tuesday, the same evening Sara Beardsley of AS+GG will be discussing their Chicago Central DeCarbonization Plan at AIA Chicago. And this Saturday and Sunday will offer an Open House for the Poetry Foundation's new home designed by John Ronan.
There's still a dozen and half great events to come, so check out the June 2011 Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events.