Clambake is a monthly event for our design and entrepreneurial community
Their projects combine awareness of architectural and landscape principles, concern with sustainability, safety and beauty.
The film will be shown for 1 night only
mark your calendars for:
Thursday May 8, 2013 at 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Rhode Island School of Design
Bayard Ewing Building (BEB Room 106)
231 South Main Street
American Society of Landscape Architects Rhode Island Chapter
Rhode Island School of Design Landscape Architecture Department
University of Rhode Island Landscape Architecture Department
RI American Institute of Architects
Light refreshments served!
Please RSVP by April 26th to firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Statement: The Medicinal & Wellness Garden draws its inspiration from the fields of Pharmacy, Pharmacognosy and the geography and vernacular that is Rhode Island. The courtyard, artwork and landscape are integrated as one, incorporating a major working medicinal plant laboratory into an open space that brings together faculty, staff students and the public. Continue reading
Please see information below and attached regarding our upcoming CEU program. The link to the brochure is: http://ctasla.org/events/Concrete101.pdf , and the link to the registration page is http://bit.ly/Concrete101
Jeff Mills/CTASLA Executive Director
The Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects presents
A Continuing Education Program for Landscape Architects, Architects, Engineers, Landscape
Contractors, and Anyone Involved in Hardscapes Design and Construction
Date: Thursday, February 27, 2014 (Snow Date: March 13)
Location: O&G Industries Earth Products Showcase
Address: 9 Segar Street / Danbury, CT
Program registered with LACES and AIA-CES for 6.0 CEUs.
Cost: $90 for ASLA members
We’ve lined up six informative modules to provide valuable training in this area of hardscapes design:
• Concrete 101
• Concrete Testing
• Architectural Finishes
• Unique Concrete Technologies
• Chemical and Mineral Admixtures
• Sustainable Design with Concrete
Please see the attached brochure for more information on the program modules, as well as bios of our speakers.
To REGISTER, you can use the attached form and return with payment, OR register online with your credit card at http://bit.ly/Concrete101
Registration deadline: Monday, February 24
Please forward to business associates and industry friends — thank you for spreading the word!
And THANK YOU to our Sponsor:
The new gardens of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum are a series of six contiguous spaces planted with a carefully curated collection of plant species. The six spaces – Evans Way Public Entrance, Living Room Garden, Cafe Garden, Monk’s Garden, Lynch Courtyard Garden, and the new Public Greenhouse – ensure that museum visitors are engaged in the creative life of the Museum and connected with Isabella Gardner’s legacy through inspiring encounters with gardens and horticulture.