29th Annual Pumpkin Carve
The Auburn University Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is excited to be hosting its twenty-ninth annual Pumpkin Carve. Pumpkin Carve began as a studio project and has now turned into one of the most celebrated events within the School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture here at Auburn University. The event is one of the largest fundraisers of the year and allows AIAS to provide other activities for the architecture students and community.
On the day of the event, the AIAS invites all students within the University as well as alumni and community members of all ages to gather in the courtyard of Dudley Hall to carve pumpkins. Judges, invited from the local community and the college, select the best pumpkins and award prizes donated from local businesses. Pumpkin Carve is a much anticipated event and is enjoyed by the students, the faculty, and the community.
Pumpkins Lit + Judging Begins
Pumpkin Carving, Silent Auction, Costume Contest, + Random Drawing Winners Announced
Auction of Pumpkins Begins
All Day Events
- Costume Contest: College students, kids, faculty, and visitors are encouraged to come carve a pumpkin in their Halloween costumes. Upon arrival, costume contest participants can take a picture in front of a designed wall. All the photos will be judged and winners will be announced at 7 p.m. *Winners must be present to receive prize*
- Aubie: Aubie will be in attendance at various times throughout the day.
- Refreshments: Though hot dogs and hamburgers will be served at lunch, CADC Organizations will be selling snacks, treats, and beverages all day long
- Parking: After 5 p.m., visitors can park in the South Quad Parking Deck, on Lem Morrison Dr. and on Duncan Dr.
2017 Pumpkin Carve Co-Chairs
Auburn University American Institute of Architecture Students