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  • Urban Forests, Forest Urbanisms & Global Warming

    Urban Forests, Forest Urbanisms & Global Warming

    Urban Forests, Forest Urbanisms & Global Warming call for papers

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  • Conversations with Olmsted: Reimagining Public Spaces

    Conversations with Olmsted: Reimagining Public Spaces

    Highlighting the collaboration of Frederick Law Olmsted, architect Henry Hobson Richardson, and horticulturist Charles Sprague Sargent January 25, 2022 on Zoom 2022 is here— and so is the bicentennial of the birth of Frederick Law Olmsted! Olmsted 200 invites you to ring in the Year of Olmsted by attending the fifth webinar in our Conversations […]

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  • Landscape Citizenships event

    Landscape Citizenships event

    Join Tim Waterman (UCL), Jane Wolff (University of Toronto) and Ed Wall (University of Greenwich) on 30 November 2021, 5:00 pm–6:00 pm (UK time), for a discussion their latest book, Landscape Citizenships. Register here. The book Landscape Citizenships, edited by Tim Waterman, Jane Wolff, and Ed Wall, challenges assumptions that landscape and citizenship belong in different intellectual arenas. Its fourteen […]

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  • Landscape Citizenships: A Roundtable (Yale Environmental History)

    Landscape Citizenships: A Roundtable (Yale Environmental History)

    Event time: Friday, October 29, 2021 – 1:30pm (ET) Location: Online via Zoom see map  Please register here if you would like to attend. What would it mean to fully embrace the concept of landscape as a milieu of situated, everyday practices, encompassing the mutually constitutive relations between people and place? Might understanding key topics such as marginalization, indigeneity, globalization, […]

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  • Climate Activism issue of the Journal of the British Academy published

    Climate Activism issue of the Journal of the British Academy published

    Local climate emergency declarations, innovative approaches to public art and the collective experience of loss during the COVID-19 pandemic can transform attitudes towards the climate crisis, according to new research published in the open-access Journal of the British Academy. Contributors to the latest special issue of the Journal – on climate activism – draw on multi-disciplinary research from across […]

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  • ECLAS Landscape Architecture Conference Opens Today

    ECLAS Landscape Architecture Conference Opens Today

    ECLAS Online Conference, September 13-15, 2021 So, landscape architect, eighteenth months in, what have you learned about our shared emergency? It is bigger than this pandemic, and the one to follow.It is bigger than me, than you, than our children.It is bigger than last week’s flood and next week’s fire.It is bigger than any place, […]

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  • Monsoon Assemblages at the 2021 Venice Biennale

    Monsoon Assemblages at the 2021 Venice Biennale

    The Venice Architecture Biennale has published a sneak peek of the Monsoon Assemblages (MONASS) and Office of Experiments’ (OoE) installation at the biennale, which is taking place between May and November 2021. MONASS and OoE’s installation, titled ‘Between the Dragon Fly and the Barometer’, examines the Indian Ocean monsoon from the perspective of the Globe Skimmer dragonfly […]

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  • The Fabricated Landscape

    The Fabricated Landscape

    The Fabricated LandscapeJune 26, 2021–January 17, 2022 Carnegie Museum of Art4400 Forbes AvenuePittsburgh, PA 15213USA cmoa.org The Fabricated Landscape spotlights the designs of some of the most innovative figures working in contemporary architecture around the world today. Presenting projects from ten international practices, the exhibition reveals how this generation of architects, all of whom were born […]

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  • Call for proposals: Project Anywhere

    Call for proposals: Project Anywhere

    Submission deadline: September 1, 2021 www.projectanywhere.netInstagram / Twitter / Facebook Project Anywhere is an innovative global exhibition program specifically designed to promote art at the outermost limits of location-specificity. Using a blind peer review model to replace the role of curator, Project Anywhere provides artists and artistic researchers working outside traditional exhibition systems with peer-validation, community support, and global dissemination […]

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  • 5pm today – Shannon Mattern gives Urban Ecologies lecture

    5pm today – Shannon Mattern gives Urban Ecologies lecture

    Places joins the Urban Ecologies: City Sensing Beyond the Human project at ROM for Art and Architecture in Oslo to co-sponsor a lecture by Shannon Mattern on Thursday 4 February. In her lecture, “How to Map Nothing: Geographies of Suspension,” Mattern will explore the urban infrastructural ecologies of pandemic retreat. The event will take place at 5pm (UK […]

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