TCLF Symposium: Situating the Residential Projects of the Olmsted Firm

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Photo courtesy of The Cultural Landscape Foundation This major two-day symposium brings together experts in the fields of landscape architecture history and practice to examine the residential projects of the Olmsted firm, spanning from 1857 to 1979. Organized and hosted by Planting Fields Foundation, in conjunction with the National Association for Olmsted Parks (NAOP) and …

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TCLF – What’s Out There Weekend: Olmsted on Long Island

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Together with Planting Fields Foundation, The Cultural Landscape Foundation celebrates the bicentennial of Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr.'s, birth by exploring his legacy on Long Island with a weekend of free, expert-led tours. The event will feature more than a dozen sites, including iconic estates, cemeteries, sanctuaries and nurseries, and more. This event is held in …

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TCLF: Oberlander Prize Forum II: Landscape Activism

The second Oberlander Prize Forum – “Landscape Activism” – explores the depth, complexity, and entrepreneurship of activist practices throughout the country. Julie Bargmann, inaugural laureate of the Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize, is known for an activist approach to practice. Like Cornelia Oberlander before her, and like Ian McHarg and Frederick Law Olmsted, …

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TCLF: Race & Space

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How do cultural landscapes shape our public memory, and how do design decisions affect that process of commemoration? When creating or conserving memorial landscapes, what aesthetic, historical, cultural, social, and political issues are artists, designers, activists, communities, and other stakeholders navigating? In this Race & Space Conversation, moderator and journalist James Russell will speak with …

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ASLANY & Central Park Conservancy: The Olmsted in All of Us

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Join ASLA-NY, TCLF and Central Park Conservancy for: The Olmsted in All of Us - Presented by Charles Birnbaum This past April marked the bicentennial of Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr.’s birth. Although many still do not know that there is no “A” in his name, and that there were actually three Olmsteds (news flash: he …

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Free – $25.00

TCLF: Garden Dialogues 2023: Brooklyn, NY, Southampton NY & Rye NY

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Brooklyn 10:30am-12pm The campus for non-profit arts organization Amant encompasses exhibition galleries, a performance space, a bookstore and café, offices, and a studio residency, spread across three contiguous addresses. Landscape architects Future Green Studio achieved a feeling of unity through the creation of a series of courtyard spaces.  This Garden Dialogue will be led by Nancy Seaton …

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TCLF: Garden Dialogues 2023 Bronxville, NY

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A circa-1930 house designed by Delano & Aldrich demanded a respectfully revived landscape infused with contemporary touches. Working with Apparatus Architecture and Pimlico Interiors, Renée Byers Landscape Architect (RBLA) focused on privacy, style, and elements to organize the landscape and complement the brick residence. The integrated design of the house and garden is beloved—and well …

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ASLANY- Kiley Conversation with Charles Birnbaum and Raymond Jungles

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ABC Stone will be hosting the critically acclaimed photographic exhibition The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley, organized and curated by The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF), January 18 – April 30, 2024. Kiley (1912-2004) was one of the nation’s most important postwar landscape architects, and the exhibition features dozens of newly commissioned photographs of 27 of …

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TCLF- Kiley Conversations: Maintaining the Reimagined Ford Foundation Atrium

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Photo by Barrett Doherty, 2019 Join SiteWorks Partners Annette Wilkus, FASLA, and Julia Gold to explore the extensive research and design challenges to maintain Dan Kiley’s design intent for the atrium at the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice. Learn about using subtropical plants and the complexities of constructing an indoor atrium in a historic building. The Ford …

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TCLF: Soak it Up: Designing with and for Flooding

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A conversation with Kongjian Yu, 2023 Oberlander Prize laureate, and Pieter Schengenga, director of H+N+S Landscape Architects, the Netherlands, moderated by Elizabeth K. Meyer, FASLA, University of Virginia. Climate change is accelerating the already formidable problems of managing stormwater, especially in major river systems around the world. This cross-cultural dialogue will explore different strategies for designing with …

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