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Victor Stanley Presents Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture Series with Charles Birnbaum

 
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"Make Visible, Instill Value and Engage the Public in Our Shared Landscape Heritage"

Charles A. Birnbaum, FASLA, FAAR
President + CEO, The Cultural Landscape Foundation

What is the foundational knowledge that informs stewardship/interpretation of our landscape legacy? Drawing heavily on both the work of The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) with many of our collaborators, this lecture will highlight a diversity of resource types throughout the US and Canada, emphasizing stewardship strategies and opportunities for public engagement. The interface between historic preservation and natural systems in weighing decisions will provide an armature for new ideas and strategies.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Lakeside Downtown Church
75 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario
7:00 PM - Free Admission

Reception to follow at Royal Electric, 52 Macdonell St. Guelph

You are required to register for this free lecture and reception by Nov. 7.

To register click on the link here

Lecture sponsored by Victor Stanley in collaboration with the OALA

Charles A. Birnbaum, FASLA, FAAR, is the President & CEO, as well as founder of The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF). Prior to creating TCLF, Birnbaum spent fifteen years as the coordinator of the National Park Service Historic Landscape Initiative (HLI) and a decade in private practice in New York City with a focus on landscape preservation and urban design. One of his major projects is the Web-based initiative What’s Out There (a searchable database of the nation’s designed landscape heritage). He has also authored and edited numerous publications. Birnbaum is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and is currently a Visiting Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning + Preservation and a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post.