September 13, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm | $5 – $15 | Ziba Auditorium, Portland OR
“This will be a two-part presentation: The first part will be about the work of Martha Schwartz Partners that spans from the very early installation works to the most recent work being done by the practice. The work will show an evolution of scale and approach to design.
“The second part of the presentation will be sharing my own concerns about climate change, the conflicts this knowledge has brought which has resulted in the re-evaluation of my own priorities as a professional. I am in a transition now as I am beginning to learn more about climate change and how we, as a practice, might fundamentally change our approach to design. As a teacher, my goals have shifted to teaching students how we, as landscape architects, can respond meaningfully to climate change.”
5:30-6:30pm Social Hour – Food and drinks provided
6:30-6:45pm Opening Lecture by Andreas Stavropoulos (BASE Landscape Architecture)
6:45-7:45pm Main Lecture by Martha Schwartz
ASLA has a number of free tickets reserved for emerging professionals. Contact email@example.com to get yours.
For tickets, and for more information about this event, visit Portland Design Events.