Works of Marguerite Koepke featured in UGA Circle Gallery exhibit Imprints: investigations in design

Athens, Ga. – The UGA College of Environment and Design Circle Gallery presents Imprints: investigations in design by UGA professor Marguerite Koepke, on display March 1 through March 31, G14 Caldwell Hall. There will be a reception Wednesday, March 6, 2006 from 4-6 pm.

For the past 22 years, Koepke has taught design and planting design at the University of Georgia.  Before moving to the South, she taught in the landscape architecture program at Kansas State University.  Prior to her academic career, she practiced landscape architecture in both the private and public sectors including work in Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas City, Missouri, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Wyoming, and Colorado.  Her broad regional experiences and explorations in a varied range of landscapes and eco-systems has also profoundly informed and influenced her work.

The Imprints: investigations in design exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.

For Circle Gallery driving and parking directions, visit http://www.sed.uga.edu/facilities/sed_gallery/directions.htm.




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