Events

ASLA Colorado Annual Awards Event

Denver Art Museum, Kemper CourtyardThe ASLA Colorado (and Wyoming) Annual Awards Event at the Denver Art Museum. Thursday, September 8, 2022, 6:00-8:00 pm. We will be in the Kemper Courtyard. Note the start time might change if we can finish the setup early (DAM will not let us start setting up until 5:00 pm). This ... Read more

South Platte Bike Tour

Bring a bike and join the convoy to several landscape architecture gems along the South Platte River! We'll meet at RiNo Art Park, head to Arkin's Promenade, and Carpio Sanguinette Park before concluding at Number 38 for drinks and recap. Your first drink is on us! Please remember your bicycle lights as the sun will ... Read more

Colorado Native Plant Society 2022 Annual Conference

From Peaks to Prairie: Exploring Diversity and Disturbance in Front Range Ecosystems. Please consider becoming a sponsor of the 2022 Annual Conference of the Colorado Native Plant Society.  We are a state-wide nonprofit organization dedicated to furthering the knowledge, appreciation and conservation of native plants and habitats of Colorado through education, stewardship and advocacy. The annual conference (https://conps.org/2022-conps-annual-conference/) ... Read more

Jessica Canfield lecture at CSU

For the inaugural Merlyn James Paulson Lecture, Jessica Canfield, BSLA alum ’04, will present a career retrospect— sharing stories about the people, places and events that shaped her journey as a landscape architecture professional and academic. You can also join online here.

Nature | Place | Craft: Didier Design Studio and Lake Flato Architects

Thursday, September 29. Reception at 5:45 and Lecture at 6:30pmSturm Auditorium at Denver Botanic Gardens (enter through Freyer Newman Center on York) The University of Colorado Denver and Denver Botanic Gardens present a lecture titled Nature | Place | Craft featuring Emmanuel Didier (Didier Design Studio) and Andrew Herdeg (Lake Flato Architects). The presentation will ... Read more

An Evening with Torey Carter-Conneen, CEO of ASLA 

Tuesday, October 11th @ 5:30pm Bernard Rollin Knowledge Well, Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building (301 University Avenue), Colorado StateThe Landscape Architecture Program in the College of Agricultural Sciences at Colorado State University is pleased to present an evening with the CEO of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Torey Carter-Conneen. We welcome students, alumni, and local ... Read more

HalfMoon Education Live Continuing Education Webinars – Xeriscaping in Colorado

A full-day webinar on current trends in waterwise landscaping in Colorado and the West.Please join us on Thursday, October 20th. See the link below for agenda and speakers. Credits:Professional Engineers: 6.0 PDHsArchitects: 6.0 HSW CE Hours AIA: 6.0 LU|HSWLandscape Architects: 6.0 HSW CE HoursLA CES: 6.0 HSW PDHsCertified P!anners: CM|6

Colorado Springs Project Tours

Meet at America the Beautiful Park Join us THIS SATURDAY in Colorado Springs for project tours by NES inc, Dig Studio and Kimley-Horn. Registration is free and will conclude with refreshments and mingling at COATI (514 S Tejon S). Itinerary as follows:1. Kimley Horn- Signage & Gateways. Meet at Julie Penrose Fountain in America the ... Read more

Oberlander Forum II: Landscape Activism

Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX REGISTER NOW: Reduced Pricing Ends September 25. Climate change. Biodiversity loss, Racial and social equity. The need for activist approaches to design is greater than ever given the scale of these and other contemporary challenges. This one-day conference (Fri. Oct. 28, reception Thu. Oct. 27) will showcase landscape architecture’s leadership ... Read more

ASLA National Thursday Happy Hour with Anova

Thursday, November 10th 6 – 10 PMGolden Gate Tap Room - 449 Powel St., San FranciscoJoin Anova to kick off the Conference on Landscape Architecture in San Francisco. Drinks and Appetizers provided by Anova. Bring a friend and start the weekend off right with your LA community! No rsvp needed. If you have any questions CLICK HERE to ... Read more

PlaceKnowing versus PlaceMaking—An Indigenous Perspective

For over a decade there has been a national discussion on PlaceMaking. Among Indigenous people, the concept of PlaceMaking has not resonated nor has it accurately described the experience of their communities over time and space. PlaceKnowing is grounded in the idea that places have been inherited and that the role of community is to both ... Read more

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