PARK(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks.
This year, UNM landscape and architecture students are partnering with ACE Leadership High School to design New Mex Hex, a pop up park outside of 516 Arts. The design for New Mex Hex is inspired by the current Cross Pollination exhibit at 516 Arts, curated by Albuquerque Artist Valerie Roybal. New Mex Hex celebrates urban ecology through design.
New Mex Hex is sponsored by RAKS Building Supply, Plant World, SMPC Architects, and NM ASLA
When: Friday, September 15th from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Outside of 516 ARTS on Central between 5th and 6th
For a brief history of parking day, visit: http://parkingday.org/about-parking-day/
Help us celebrate World Landscape Architecture Month in New Mexico by posting your favorite landscapes to Instagram by using the post card "This is Landscape Architecture" and tag #WLAM2017 and #nmasla.
Think Trees: An Urban Tree Care Conference.
2017 Conference Schedule Featuring: Dr. John Ball, Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott, Dr. Richard Hauer, and many Southwest tree and turf care experts!
$150 Early Bird Registration deadline - January 9, 2017
Contact: John Garlisch, 505-243-1386, email@example.com
Click to register: http://www.thinktreesnm.org/
Come listen to many amazing speakers including Wes Jackson from The Land Institute. Early bird registration extended to August 22nd. More info here:
Learn how design professionals use social media.
Understand the influence of social media on your clients.
Hands-on presentation by Jill Brown, ASLA
Outdoor patio at Gardunos Hotel Albuquerque.
Join the experience in Santa Fe from June 21 to 23, 2016 for a three-day
symposium. Learn from our nation’s leading experts about how to preserve the built
environment within national and state parks. Understand the role that materials
played in the development of these unique sites. Study sites from early rustic, CCC,
WPA, NPS Mission 66 campaign, and beyond.
Topics will include:
• historical perspectives,
• preservation issues,
• use of technology,
• adaptive reuse, and
• interpretation of NPS designed features, among others.
Plan to be part of this symposium today! To view the program, click here.