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EXPANDING THE SCOPE OF LANDSCAPE DESIGN: 

PEOPLE, ECOLOGY, AND TIME


33rd Annual Symposium


Module 4 | Sculpture, Choreography, and the Integration of Landscape and Art


Virtually held on:
Friday, January 28, 2022 | 1 - 4:30 PM EST*
*This module is the fourth of four Symposium module dates and can be purchased individually or as part of the Full Bundle. For more details see the Symposium brochure or Full Bundle page below.

Cosponsored by





Landscape designers who successfully employ an ecology-based approach typically draw from a variety of sources. The inextricable link between people and ecology only increases the need to broaden the investigative lens. Join us as we explore the integration of "ecology-based" design with "people-based" factors, including the lingering effects of historic land use and the need to accommodate diverse cultural perspectives on the meaning of "ecology."

This program is geared toward landscape professionals in the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions.

CEUs: APLD, ASLA/LACES, Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council, ISA, NOFA, PNLA 
CEU Summary Sheet.pdf (instructions & details)

View the Symposium brochure

Full Bundle page


Registration closes 24 hours prior to the live session start time. 
Attendee materials - including session recordings - will not be for sale after this time.
Registration will be refunded only if notification is received before ten (10) working days prior to the event less a 10% processing fee.


ATTENDEE COURSE MATERIALS

The course materials and Zoom details will become available 24 hours prior to the each live session start time. Login or check your email at that time to access.





Instructors

W. Gary Smith, FASLA, specializes in the design and planning of botanical gardens. His work weaves together ecological and cultural themes, more recently involving environmental art. His projects include the Santa Fe Botanical Garden, the Luci and Ian Family Garden at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, the Southern Highlands Reserve in North Carolina, and Peirce’s Woods at Longwood Gardens.


Robin Veder, PhD, is a cultural historian of U.S. and transatlantic art history, visual culture, history of the body, and landscape studies. Among other publications, her garden and landscape research has appeared in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians and Journal of Victorian Culture. Fellowships include the Smithsonian, Winterthur, and Dumbarton Oaks. She is the executive editor of American Art, the scholarly journal co-published by the Smithsonian American Art Museum and University of Chicago Press.


Raymond Jungles, FASLA, is the founder of the Miami-based, award winning landscape architecture firm, Raymond Jungles, Inc. (RJI).  Raymond leads all of RJI’s projects from their conception to final completion and enjoys mentoring his staff and passionately promoting the profession of landscape architecture. He lectures widely on the subject of his work and the influence Roberto Burle Marx, the “Master Modernist,” had on his work.  





Registration Fees

Regular Rate:

Full Bundle, Modules 1-4 | $180 if received by Dec. 20, 2021

Full Bundle, Modules 1-4 | $200 if received after Dec. 20, 2021

Individual Modules | $50 per module if received by Dec. 20, 2021

Individual Modules | $60 per module if received after Dec. 20, 2021

Student Rate*:

Full Bundle, Modules 1-4 | $100 if received by Dec. 20, 2021

Full Bundle, Modules 1-4 | $125 if received after Dec. 20, 2021

Individual Modules | $25 per module if received by Dec. 20, 2021

Individual Modules | $32 per module if received after Dec. 20, 2021

*For student rate, please email verification of student status including date (ie. student ID, course schedule) to info@ndal.org. You will then receive a coupon to register with the discounted fee.



FAQ

  • Recording: If I register, will this course be recorded for me to view later? Do I have to attend the live session in order to access the recording?

    The entire course will be recorded and available to all registrants for three months after the live session ends. If you are registered, you do not need to attend the live session in order to access the recording.

  • Recording: Can I purchase only the recording later?

    No, recordings will not be available for purchase after registration closes.

  • Webinar Platform: Which webinar platform will the live session be held on?

    Zoom Webinar. Please make sure to download the Zoom application (https://zoom.us/download) and download the latest Zoom update if needed prior to the live course. We recommend that you join at least 5-10 minutes prior to the start time. All instructors will use slide presentations. If you have any technical difficulties during the session and need to contact us, please contact Cindy Tosone at ctosone@conncoll.edu or 860-439-5020.

Symposium Team Contact

Registration & NDAL Course Portal Questions:

Sara Weaner
Executive Director
New Directions in the American Landscape
sweaner@ndal.org
510-518-0430


Symposium Program & Student Scholarship Questions:

Maggie Redfern
Assistant Director
Connecticut College Arboretum
mredfern@conncoll.edu
860-439-5060


Live Event Questions (during the live session):

Cindy Tosone
Arboretum Office Coordinator
Connecticut College Arboretum
ctosone@conncoll.edu
860-439-5020 

 



Other Symposium Modules

MODULE 1  | Ecological Systems Include People

MODULE 2 | The City as Habitat

MODULE  3 | Ecology and Landscape Design: A Reciprocal Relationship

FULL BUNDLE (Modules 1-4)




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