As food for thought, learning and CPD in these COVID-dark days, FOLAR and the Landscape Institute London,¬ are hosting a series of Youtube Premieres to be published on Sunday evenings at starting Sunday 19 April at 7pm.
Nine online lectures Sundays @ 7pm on YouTube
As food for thought, learning and CPD in these COVID-dark days, FOLAR and the Landscape Institute London,¬ are hosting a series of Youtube Premieres to be published on Sunday evenings, starting Sunday 19 April at 7pm.
Visit each of the hyperlinks (aka URLs) listed below to notifications to be sent to your phone and computer. The hyperlinks are active, but the videos can’t be watched until the time of publication. The aim is to gather online to watch ‘together’ and chat while they play. Popcorn is allowed.
Youtube will show a countdown for 2 minutes before the video appears. They each run for c.30 minutes and will be followed by a Q&A session. Further discussion can follow on Twitter and Instragram. Please include the hashtag #LandscapeHour.
The Landscape Architecture of High buildings and Skylines
1. 19th April Benz Kotzen The future landscape of high buildings – a world view
2. 26th April Tom Turner City skyscape policies
3. 3rd May Robert Holden: London can be densified without resorting to high buildings
Heroines of British Landscape Architecture
4. 10th May Elizabeth Crawford Fanny Wilkinson – a pioneer London park designer
5. 17th May Wendy Tippett Sylvia Crowe’s work on the landscape of roads, in Bristol
6. 24th May Paula Laycock Sheila Haywood, a notable modernist landscape architect
The Landscape of State-owned Industry
7. 31st May Jane Findlay The Role of Post-War Nationalised Industries, the commanding heights of the economy, and the work of landscape architects
8. 7th June Helen Neve Landscape and Environmental Planning for construction of the natural Gas Network
9. 14th June Richard Flenley Landscape of Coal: deep mining and the Opencast Executive