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Join NOMAtlanta for a special bus trip to the historic grand opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) in Washington, D.C. It is sure to be an exciting weekend celebrating the grand opening of the 1st national museum dedicated to honoring black culture and the tremendous work of NOMA members and architects Philip Freelon and David Adjaye. You will also get a chance to meet and network with other east coast NOMA chapters which are already include NYCOBA/NOMA, NJNOMA, PhilaNOMA, and DCNOMA.
The bus (round-trip) will cost $80 for NOMAS students and $120 for NOMA members and their guests (not including online payment processing fees). [Now added - $150 for Non-NOMA Members/Guests] The cost covers a roundtrip seat on the buses per ticket, taxes and gratuity. NOMAtlanta will provide complimentary snacks and water for each leg of the trip. The bus will depart from downtown Atlanta.
Tickets and deposits are non-refundable. Due to the limited time, we prefer tickets to be paid in full, or a 50% deposit can be made to hold seats until August 19 only. These deposits are non-refundable and full payment will be due by Friday, September 9.
The bus will drop off and pick up from a select location with easy access to and from the Smithsonian and National Mall.
MUSEUM PASSESS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!
Pay to hold your seat TODAY for this historic trip - they will go fast!
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The Atlanta Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) is currently one of the largest chapters in the nation, with Professional, Associate and Corporate members. Our members represent all areas of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. NOMA Atlanta’s mission seeks to champion diversity in Atlanta community by promoting the excellence, community engagement, and professional development of its members. This mission is accomplished by networking, linking, advocating, promoting, partnering, sponsoring, mentoring and providing advise to support diversity in metro Atlanta.