Author Archives: akpichette

Check out RIASLA on Facebook!

RIASLA recently created a new Facebook page!  This page will represent Rhode Island ASLA and showcase local work, news + events relevant to Rhode Island landscape architecture.

Check out the page here and be sure to follow us!

RIASLA June Networking Event

Let’s talk about what’s happening with landscape architecture in Rhode Island at our next networking event on Thursday, June 14!  Join RIASLA at the Isle Brewer’s Guild in Pawtucket for a night of networking, fun and games!  Event is free of charge, please email Andrew at apichette@beta-inc.com with any questions.  Hope to see you there!

Isle Brewer’s Guild  |  461 Main Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island

Curious what the Brewer’s Guild has to offer?  Check out their website here!

Keep an eye out for our next networking event, Thursday, July 12th and our Summer Social on Thursday, August 16th.

RIASLA Networking Event – Thursday, 5/10

Join us for drinks and conversation at Fifth Element, 111 Broadway, Newport, RI 02840, Thursday, May 10th from 6-8pm. Our last event at Bayberry Beer Hall was a great success. More than 20 landscape architects and allied professionals attended. We would love to continue to connect our community of members and supporters. Please join us Thursday night.  For more information, check out our event on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/events/2065518637105770/

 

 

Anova Grant Competition

Calling all Rhode Island ASLA Emerging Professionals:

Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to receive grant money to attend this years’ Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Anova Furnishings is asking emerging professionals to submit a short essay and a quick napkin sketch between April 13 and May 14, 2018 and are awarding $2,000 grants toward conference expenses to the 21 best responses.

For more information, check out the link below:

Anova Furnishings’ Grant Competition

National ASLA reveals new logo!

“ASLA is implementing a rebrand that refreshes our logo, which dates to 1987; sets a new palette; employs new fonts and image logic; and suggests logo, color, and font treatments for chapters. The effort teams with the ASLA Center for Landscape Architecture to enhance the Society’s new directions.”
Check out the article at the following link:  https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=52781