Established in 1867, the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) consists of over 3,500 members and produces a wide range of professional publications. On its site, visitors can look through eight sections, such as Programs, Education, and Advocacy. It's easy to get started with the Latest News area, which features updates about BSA members and their work in and around the city. Additionally, the homepage contains an extensive list of upcoming events and featured jobs. Within Programs, visitors can become familiar with the various services offered for the general public, including walking tours, lectures, and online exhibits. The BSA's core publication, ArchitectureBoston, is a must-read and contains links to illustrated articles and roundtable conversations on urban development, green design, and much more.


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