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The International Urban Sketchers Symposium is dedicated to fostering and celebrating the practice of on-location sketching in the host city. The event offers valuable field-sketching instruction and opportunities for participants to network and socialize. Following our spirit of “sharing the world, one drawing at a time,” we aim to bring the Symposium to new cities and countries every year.
***This is not an ASLA or LCASLA sponsored event. It does not count towards CEU credits. It is simply an event we believe members might be interested in.***
The 2017 Annual Meeting is fast approaching!
Stay tuned for more information, including a full list of speakers and vendors.
This year ASLA is heading to LA (The other LA) for the 2017 Annual Meeting and Expo!
More information will be available closer to the event.
Designing Streets for Pedestrians & Bicyclists Workshop
Join EBR Planning for a professional development workshop for Traffic Engineers, Planners, Landscape Architects, and other Transportation Professionals.
May 24th: 8:30-4:30pm
May 25th: 8:30-4:30pm
May 26th: 7-2:00pm
A gang of Louisiana Landscape Architect's are heading to DC to shake hands and advocate for the profession.
Please Join Us For the 17th Annual Tree School
A free, comprehensive, accredited one day seminar on all aspects of urban arboriculture.
James Urban: Urban Trees + Soils, Annapolis, Maryland
Kim Coder, Ph.D.: Professor of Tree Biology and Health Care / Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources / University of Georgia
Skip Kincaid: Director of Urban Forestry for Hansen’s Tree / Service & Environmental Wood Resources, O’Fallon, Missouri
Accredited • Lunch Provided • Free & Open to the Public
Attendance is limited - Sign up Today! Registration is required, please register by April 19th.
CEUs for Licensed Arborists, Landscape Architects, Residential Contractors and Architects
To register by phone - Call (504) 833–TREE.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation will be hosting their What’s Out There Weekend New Orleans April 01-02, 2017 with tours of the city’s most significant landscapes. The TCLF interactive guide can be accessed at the link below.
New Orleans’ cityscape includes parks, historic districts, university campuses, planned communities, and greenways- spanning the colonial era all the way up to the Postmodernist, and making it one of the nation's most popular destinations. Building upon the documentation gathered for the New Orleans Guidebook and Cultural Landscapes Guide, this What's Out There Weekend will take place during the first weekend of April and provide an opportunity for free tours of the city's most significant landscapes. Tours will include the Vieux Carré Historic District, Washington Square Park, City Park, Longue Vue Gardens, and Piazza d'Italia, among many others, and are led by experts in the landscape architecture and history fields.
For much more information about the landscape legacy of New Orleans, check out TCLF's interactive, online What's Out There New Orleans Guide, which includes historical narratives, landscape descriptions, and important biographies.
If you are interested in volunteering for the weekend, please contact Justin Lemoine at email@example.com for more information.
Hosted by Friends of Hilltop Arboretum. In partnership with the Bartram Trail Conference/
In celebration of the City of Baton Rouge’s Bicentennial Anniversary, the William Bartram’s Louisiana Trail Conference will take us back to 18th Century Louisiana where we’ll learn about the history and natural world of West Florida as well as Bartram’s contributions to art and literature.
Register and Pay:
Click here to register (Deadline MARCH 8, 2017)
Questions call 225-767-6916 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- All events: includes Friday Reception, Saturday Conference & Banquet, Sunday Stroll/Brunch & Tours – $175.00 (USD)
- Friday Reception, Saturday Conference & Banquet (excludes Sunday events) – $135.00 (USD)
- Friday Reception & Saturday Conference only – $100.00 (USD)
- Sunday Tree Stroll/Brunch & New Roads Tour only – $45.00 (USD)
It is that time of the year again to mark your calendars and plan to attend the LCASLA 2017 Awards Banquet and Social.
The event will begin with a pre-banquet social from 5:30-6:30pm with wine, beer, and light Hors d’oeuvres, with dinner beginning at 6:30pm. The presentation of awards will follow dinner.
This year we will not be notifying award winners prior to the banquet in order to build excitement and anticipation for the event.
The chapter would like to graciously thank Hilltop Arboretum for allowing us to hold our banquet at their facility for the second year! The cost for the evening will be $30 per person. Please click below to register for the event. We hope to see you there!
ASCE T&DI UNO Sustainable Infrastructure Seminar
Rating Systems for Public Improvement Projects - Envision
Nov. 16, 2016; 5:00-8:00 PM
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UNO Engineering Building #12
Room EN-101 Lecture Hall
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ASCE T&DI has scheduled this last-of-the-year seminar just before the busy Holiday Season. So this is a second reminder to please join T&DI at the UNO Engineering Building #12 Auditorium/Lecture Hall for an informative seminar on Sustainable Rating Systems for Public Improvement Projects. The Institute of Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) collaborated with the Harvard School of Design to develop the Envision system, which provides guidance on sustainable best practices. Through this seminar, we will differentiate the leading rating systems (e.g., STARS, Greenroads, INVEST, LEED ND, and Envision). We will present the basics of Envision and will use Envision on a real project.
Our two speakers for this important presentation are:
Derek Chisholm, AICP, ENV SP, LEED GA; AECOM, New Orleans; and,
Malay Ghose Hajra, Ph.D., P.E. UNO Assistant Professor
Click on the link below to register or RSVP.
If you have any questions contact us below.
ASCE T&DI La. Chapter
EARN SIX CEUs!
"Garden Design for Living" Symposium
Saturday, November 12, 2016, from 9 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
LSU Design Building Auditorium (room 103)
The Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture is hosting a symposium, "Garden Design for Living," held in conjunction with The Cultural Landscape Foundation's traveling exhibition, The New American Garden: The Landscape Architecture of Oehme, van Sweden, on display in the LSU Student Union Art Gallery through December 9, 2016.
Symposium events include a keynote address from Eric Groft, principal of Oehme, van Sweden, followed by alumni practitioner presentations and a tour of The New American Garden exhibition. Coffee and lunch will be provided.
The symposium and exhibition are free and open to the public. Attendees of the conference may claim six hours of continuing education credits for landscape architects.
RSVP to Catherine Allin at email@example.com or 225-578-1434.
The 2016 Annual ASLA Meeting and EXPO will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana!
We are very excited to be the host chapter and can't wait to bring you the best event in years (in probably ever if we're being completely honest)!
Check out the full weekend schedule.
Letter from our President, Chad Danos:
A CELEBRATION OF PLACE
As landscape architects, we create spaces that have soul. We intuitively understand the unique characteristics that reflect the cultural heritage and natural features that define a site within its context.
Landscape architects also take those characteristics and synthesize what is distinctive to underscore and amplify what makes a place special. Our designs are influenced by place, and place is influenced by design.
Rich in history as a “melting pot” of French, Spanish, Creole, African, Irish, German, and Italian heritage, New Orleans embodies a culture like no other. Known for its laissez-faire attitude (French for “Let (people) do (as they choose),” New Orleans is well known for its hospitality, food, and revelry.
This distinctive way of life takes place in a dynamic ecological zone at the intersection of the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico, offering an exceptional marriage of culture and place.
Be sure to be part of this extraordinary event. Take advantage of 120 education sessions, 15 field sessions, four workshops, and two general sessions. Explore the profession’s largest EXPO, showcasing innovation, beautiful design, and environmental responsibility. Share ideas, best practices, and some fun with your fellow professionals.
And celebrate the place and the people that are New Orleans.
The New American Garden: The Landscape Architecture of Oehme, van Sweden, a photographic landscape architecture exhibition that chronicles the careers and influence of Wolfgang Oehme and James van Sweden, October 19–December 9, 2016. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
includes 52 contemporary and newly commissioned photographs of important residential, civic, and commercial projects.
Oehme & van Sweden revolutionized the field of landscape architecture with their New American Garden typology, one centered on the use of broad and lush sweeps of grasses and perennials and rich contrasts of textures rather than the neatly clipped lawn-based landscapes that characterized postwar American design.
Significant public examples in Washington, D.C., include their breakthrough project, the Federal Reserve Board Garden, along with the National World War II Memorial, U.S. National Arboretum, the German-American Friendship Garden, Reagan National Airport, the Department of State International Chancery Center, the planting design for Pershing Park (the park is designed by M. Paul Friedberg), a complex of Capitol Hill town homes, and others.
Parking Day location is yet to be determined.
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Bike tour through downtown Baton Rouge visiting local firms and learning about local Baton Rouge projects.
*Date is tentative to schedule with AIA/ASCE & LSU Students.
More information will be added closer to the event.
ASLA Central States Conference in Little Rock, AR scheduled for April 13-15.
Currently the conference contains up to 14 Continuing Education hours available that are LA CES approved for Health, Safety, Welfare credits.
The Early Bird Registration ends next week on February 21st and has a significant savings.
The Louisiana Chapter is hosting a Viewing Party! Whaaa!
Join us at LPB Studios to watch 10 Parks That Changed America! After the show we're going to lead a lively discussion about the places that have changed the way we live, work, an play! Landscape Architecture has a huge impact on how we view the world.
AND! There will be refreshments and door prizes! It's a free event, but space in the studio will be limited. Please rsvp by calling (225) 767-4276 or email 10Parks@lbp.org
We can't wait to see you there!
APRIL IS NATIONAL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MONTH!
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Download your new "This is Landscape Architecture" Card by clicking here, or clicking the image below! We are especially interested in your favorite LA designed places around New Orleans, in anticipation of the annual meeting! Let's get to tagging!