Staying up to date
The ACA keeps you up to date with what matters in the business of architecture.
We do this in a number of ways:
Business of Architecture monthly email updates
A regularly monthly email update keeps members abreast of a wide range of matters that affect the business of architecture. This presents short previews of new website content from the month and links to these items.
Subscribe to the email update by filling in the form at the bottom of the page.
You can access earlier Business of Architecture updates below:
We use twitter to alert followers to new material on the website, but we also link to interesting material elsewhere.
Follow us on twitter @AssocConsultArch
The ACA also has a LinkedIn account, which we use to notify members of new material on the website and other new initiatives.
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These email alerts come out on an 'as-needed' basis and keep you informed of changes and important issues in a timely manner. Business Alerts are a member only benefit. Find out about becoming an ACA member here.
ACA initiatives and advocacy are part of a larger, growing international discussion about business and architecture. ACA Wire explores this conversation and provides you with direct links to items of interest elsewhere. You will come across the grey bordered ACA Wire boxes as you explore the website.
History – ACA Communique
Prior to the development of this website members received the ACA Communique as a monthly PDF. Much of the content published in recent Communiques is now included on this website. However, if you are interested to obtain specific back issues of the 2013 Communique they can be downloaded in the right hand column.
If you would like to obtain earlier issues of the Communique please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ACA Communique was initiated by Mark Roberts as a monthly update for ACA – NSW members. The Communique became a national newsletter in February 2012, Steve Kennedy later took it on in his role as national president. Justine Clark became editor of the national Communique in June 2013. She is now editor of this website.