Published by Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at University of Greenwich, London

New Collective Landscape Futures series

Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Greenwich is delighted to announce the next series of Collective Landscape Futures roundtable discussions. All events will be hosted in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery (London SE10 9BD).

27th January 2023.  6-8pm.  Growth & Climate: The ethics of design.

This roundtable discussion will explore how design practices can contribute to the polices and realisation of the degrowth agenda, taking in alternative models of governance and material use. Speakers include Will Sandy, Gabriella Gomez-Mont, Lenny Rajmont. Chaired by Roo Angell & Anushka Athique.

3rd February 2023.  6-8pm.  The Gardener Not the Garden

This roundtable discussion will explore the temporal practices of the gardener (maintenance, care resistance, transformation and control) and their role in the landscape. Speakers include: Elin Eyborg, Matthew Gandy, Cong Ma, Alex Erwee. Chaired by Roo Angell & Anushka Athique.

10th February 2023.  6-8pm.  Ownership & Trespass

This roundtable wiil explore how we can overcome issues of access and create structures where we can better live with others. Speakers include: Cesare Cardia, Theo Paulson, Zanna Woodgate. Chaired by Roo Angell & Anushka Athique.

Collective Landscape Futures are a series of three roundtable discussions exploring the future of landscape and urban practice.  Held as conversations between students, graduates, tutors and guests to discuss the relationship between landscape and the interconnected issues of ethics, belonging, care and the economic and environmental crises.

These discussions have been set up so we can collectively interrogate our role as landscape practitioners and explore ways of designing fairer worlds.  This is the third year these events have been running and more information can be found here and here. They are free to attend and are held in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery at Stockwell Street.

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