Vision 3, Aaron Usher Photography

Events for April 28, 2017

AIA National Conference on Architecture

Thursday April 27, 2017

https://www.aia.org/events/25621-aia-conference-on-architecture-2017

April 27 keynote

Anticipate Need: Design That Cares

Three powerful, short-form talks by Alejandro Aravena, Francis Kéré, and Michael Murphy, explore how their work pushes the boundaries of collaborative practice and, in the process, creates thoughtful architecture that addresses community and society challenges.

April 28 keynote

Anticipate Challenge:  Design That Overcomes

Moderator Michael Bierut leads an exciting conversation with Dan Goods and David Delgado, both artists and NASA visual strategists, on using the power of creative thinking to produce extraordinary results and unconventional paths to success.

April 29 keynote

Anticipate Change: Design That Evolves

Amy Cuddy is one of TED’s most popular presenters—her talk ranks #2 of all time. She’ll wrap up the Conference on Architecture with an in-depth, inspiring exploration of the power we all possess to anticipate and influence change.

Olmsted Parks in Transition: Respecting the Past, Planning for the Future -A Conference & Bus Tour

Friday April 28, 2017

8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

The Lyceum, 227 Lawrence St, Hartford, CT 06106

Program registered with LA CES (6.0 PDH/HSW) and AIA-CES (6.0 LU/HSW)

Presentations on:
Frederick Law Olmsted's Connecticut roots
Researching and Documenting Historic Parks
Using Systems-Thinking to Steward the Olmsted Legacy
Programming Historic Parks in Modern Times
Preserving The Living Histories of Trees
Case Study: Waveny Park, New Canaan
The Enduring Olmsted Legacy of Valued Public Spaces
PLUS: Showing of the documentary Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America with introduction by director Larry Hott (open to the public)
 
Cost:
$125 Members of ASLA / NAOP / AIA / APA / non-profits / gov't
$160/Non-Members
$40/Full-time Students (student ID required)
Movie ONLY - FREE
Includes continental breakfast, buffet lunch, drink ticket, and hors d'oeuvres.
 
See the brochure for more info, then use the mail-back form or register online.
(Deadline: April 25)

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