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AAI Table Quiz
Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal Fundraiser

Two powerful earthquakes struck Turkey and Syria in the space of 12 hours. More than 160,000 buildings collapsed or were severely damaged as a result, and over 50,000 people have died. Many more have been injured and displaced and the full scale of the disaster has yet to be determined. The search for survivors continues, and UNICEF teams are working around the clock to provide children and their families with emergency supplies.

Any donation can make a life-saving difference. So if you know your Aalto from your Ando, or your Zaha from your Zumthor, please join us at the revived AAI Table Quiz to raise much-needed funds for the Unicef Ireland Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal.
A little competitiveness, a few pints, and an opportunity to show off your inner pedant. With prizes. Sign up as a team or come on your own. 

AAI Table Quiz - Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal Fundraiser
7pm Wednesday 29.03.23 @ McGrattans, Fitzwilliam Lane, Dublin 2
  (Tickets here

Due to all proceeds from this event being donated to the Unicef Ireland Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal, complimentary members tickets are suspended. Only General Admission and Concession tickets are available for this event. Booking fees have also been applied, to ensure that all revenue generated from ticket sales can be passed on to Unicef. We are grateful for your understanding and appreciate all of our members' continued support.

Teams of up to 6 are allowed.

Members tickets will be restored for all future events.
If you have any queries regarding your membership status or benefits please do not hesitate to contact us directly.

President / Programme Officer – Orla O’Kane
Interim Secretary – John Flynn
Treasurer – Joe Swan
Awards & Competitions Officer – Séamus Bairéad
Publications Officer – Harry Hogan
Site Visit Officer – Anna Livia Dillon
Committee Members – Aakriti Sood, Alice Bowler, Bébhinn Smith, Darragh O'Keeffe, Declan Quirke, Deirbhile Doddy Clarke, Elizabeth Pfister, Louiser McGarrigle, Luke Benson, Luke Peppard, Peter Sagar, Rob Curley, Todor Todorov

The Architectural Association of Ireland is a non-profit voluntary organisation, founded in 1896, with the aim of promoting greater discussion, dissemination and engagement in architecture and the built environment. Since its foundation, the AAI has developed a range of initiatives to encourage the amelioration of architectural culture in Ireland. Today, regular activities include an annual public lecture series comprising national and international speakers; site visits to emerging projects across the country; the publication of Building Material, the sole, peer-reviewed, journal on contemporary architectural discourse, critical practice and scholarship in architecture in Ireland.
The AAI would like to thank the following members and organisations who support the voluntary committee to implement the AAI programme.

AAI Patrons
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UCD School of Architecture, Planning & Environmental Policy
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