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Free for all audiences (registration required)
During this two-day symposium, designers, scholars, and artists from around the world convene at Ohio State to discuss the role of experimentation in landscape architecture. These experiments draw from the methodology of agronomists, foresters, and horticulturists as well as from contemporary artists. Collectively they highlight the status of today’s profession while celebrating the legacy of landscape architecture at our land grant institution, with its vital connections to agriculture and empirical research.
Visit knowlton.osu.edu/TEST to register and for a complete list of speakers.
Organized by Ohio State’s Knowlton School of Architecture. Cosponsored by the Graham Foundation, Ohio State’s College of Engineering, and the Wexner Center for the Arts.
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THIS IS A TEST: Landscape as Site for Research