Interested in discussing the fate of Peavey Plaza and other modernist landscapes? Come to a brown bag lunch and discussion on Tuesday, March 24, 2009, 12:00-1:30 p.m. in the Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library Conference Room in Rapson Hall. Join the Minnesota Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (MASLA) for discussion about the Marvels of Modernism exhibit, the HALS process, and the fate of one our most prized local modernist landscapes, Peavey Plaza.
Local landscape architect, Jean Garbarini, of Close Landscape Architecture, will share her experience as the project manager for the HALS documentation process for Peavey Plaza and lead a discussion about the future of Peavey Plaza. Also, be sure to make time to visit the Marvels of Modernism exhibit. The exhibit features the Cultural Landscape
Foundation's 2008 top 12 endangered modernist landscapes and will be on display in the Rapson Hall HGA Gallery until April 12, 2009.