May 10, 2015

BLA Info Meeting: Art, Science, Design and More!

Find out about our BLA Program; view portfolio samples; and learn about the upcoming Summer LARC 300 studio and admissions process. Thursday, May, 14 2:30pm, Gould Hall 440;

May 5, 2015

Dr. Linda Steg: How to inspire people to engage in pro-environmental actions?

Ken Smith: Going Beyond the Metrics

Thu May 14 | Arch 147 | 6:00pm The lecture will focus on issues of ideas and craft in creating contemporary landscapes particularly at a larger scale. A number of new or recent projects will be discussed as case studies.  It will address issues of scale, infrastructure and sustainability in the urban context. This lecture…

April 21, 2015

10 Ways of Designing

April 19, 2015

"The Invention of Landscape," Bas Smets

Tue April 21 – Lecture: “The Invention of Landscape,” Bas Smets, Bureau Bas Smets, Gould 322, 6:30pm  

TeaTalk: "Eco-art: An Antidote to Dystopia" – Beverly Naidus

Wed April 15 – TeaTalk: “Eco-art: An Antidote to Dystopia” – Beverly Naidus, Associate Professor, UW Tacoma, Gould 322, 4:30pm  


A Book Signing with the Capo di Capi of Northwest Landscape Architecture, Richard Haag FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015 6 – 8 PM Peter Miller Books – 2326 Second Avenue On May Day, come celebrate the life, work, humor, and remarkable influence of Richard Haag, and the new monograph on his work. Rich will be here to sign copies of the book,…

April 16, 2015

Spring Lecture: Bas Smets “The Invention of Landscape”

Join us Tuesday April 21, 2015 at 6:30pm in Gould 322 for our Spring Lecture with Bas Smets of Belgian landscape architecture firm, Bureau Bas Smets. What is a landscape ? How is it designed ? How is it constructed? The western notion of ‘landscape’ was invented in the fifteenth century to name a…

BrownBag: Barbara Deutsch, Exec Director of LAF

TeaTalk: Beverly Naidus

Beverly Naidus  The TeaTalk will take place at 4:30PM on Wednesday, April 15th in Gould 322. Bring your tea mugs! Beverly Naidus is Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at UW Tacoma. Her interactive, socially engaged art practice explores many issues that have touched her life and that of her community:  climate change, environmental illness,…

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