Get your spot and earn an iconic Dallas skyline finisher medal + dry fit shirt!

 


DCFA Form Follows Fitness 5K
Presented by Blackson Brick Co.

Saturday, February 18, 2017
Klyde Warren Park (Dallas Arts District)

2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas, TX 75201

The Form Follows Fitness 5K benefiting the Dallas Center for Architecture is Dallas' best 5K events showcasing the city's most impressive architectural icons. Run through the region's cultural life, Uptown, The Arts District, through the skyline and glass high rise buildings with award winning architecture. Registration includes a fantastic dry fit shirt (a slick-looking one you'll actually wear), food, and brew too.

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VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE 2016 EVENT

 

BENEFITING

DCFA

At the Dallas Center for Architecture, we work to foster the conversation about why architecture matters to you. We seek to increase the public's understanding of the power of architecture to enrich our city and our lives through the scholarships, programs, exhibits and tours that the Center presents. We offer regular walking tours of downtown, exhibitions on the architecture of our region and beyond, a monthly film series and other special programs designed to get people talking about the power of architecture and design in our lives. We also support architecture students at the high school and university level with more than $10,000 in scholarships and traveling fellowships annually.

Founded by AIA Dallas in 2008, the Dallas Center for Architecture-located at 1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, just north of the Dallas Arts District on Klyde Warren Park, is open weekdays to visitors. The Center is also available for rental for business and special events.

We are a Founding Member of AAO, the Association of Architecture Organizations.

Fundraise or Donate to the DCFA today!

2016 RECAP

The 2016 Form Follows Fitness 5K presented by Blackson Brick was a record breaking year as the event hosted 2,600 runners, 60 fantastic sponsors and with everyone’s support raised $103, 406. The funds will help the Dallas Center for Architecture continue to encourage the conversation about why architecture matters to you through educational programs like walking tours, scholarships, youth programs and more.