APLD’s Landscape Design as Ecological Art (with Darrel Morrison) Workshop
ALERT – THERE ARE STILL OPENINGS FOR THE DESIGN WORKSHOP – EARLYBIRD REGISTRATION CONTINUED THROUGH JANUARY! SIGN IN NOW! Class to be held at OSU campus, Klottman Hall, rm 333
Sunday, January 12, 2014
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
5.5 APLD CEUs, 6 ASLA LACEs
Join Darrel Morrison for this inspirational and fun workshop. Morrison will be discussing the relationship between ecology and design and will show examples of his work in which art and ecology intersect. The workshop will include a series hands-on quick design concept studies and musical exercises to provide initial designs, which will then be translated into preliminary planting plans for a hypothetical site. Students should bring 18” tracing paper, chalk pastels, colored pencils, triangles/circle templates and their creative minds.
Early Bird Price of $195 has been extended: Register now at www.centsmarketplace.com
Darrel Morrison, FASLA, is a longtime advocate of the use of native vegetation in landscape design and restoration work. He taught in the Landscape Architecture Department at the University of Wisconsin for 14 years where his emphasis was on native plants, native plant communities, and landscape restoration. Subsequently, he taught in the School of Environmental Design at the University of Georgia where he served as Dean from 1983 to 1992. Currently, he lives in New York City and continues his private landscape practice.