Athens, Ga. – The College of Environment and Design’s Cultural Landscape Lab will host a lecture by Darrel Morrison, entitled, “Beyond New Works in New York,” on Oct. 4 at 5 p.m. in Room 248 of the Miller Learning Center. There will be a reception to follow at the Founders Memorial Garden House.
After twenty years as a professor at the University of Georgia, Darrel Morrison, Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architecture, moved to New York five years ago. His lecture will discuss and show work he has crafted in New York and beyond, featuring landscape designs for the New York Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Storm King Art Center and the Big Sky country of Utah and Montana.
The Cultural Landscape Lab of the UGA College of Environment and Design is a consortium of UGA students, faculty, professionals and land owners who are dedicated to creating and sustaining productive alliances between landscapes and their communities. The College of Environment and Design is home to the largest stand alone landscape architecture program in the nation, and which additionally is ranked within the top five in the U.S. The college also houses leading programs in Historic Preservation, Environmental Ethics, and Environmental Planning and Design.
Parking is available after 5 p.m. in the UGA lots on Lumpkin Street. The Miller Learning Center is located at 48 Baxter Street. The Founders Garden House is located at 325 S. Lumpkin Street and is accessible following the stairway leading up from the crosswalk on Lumpkin, directly north of Baxter Street. This event is free and open to the public.