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2022 LAF Innovation + Leadership Symposium

Watch the symposium live starting at 4pm EDT on June 2. Event details

 

 

LAF Innovation + Leadership Symposium

June 2, 4-6:15pm EDT
Eaton DC, Washington, DC

The six 2021-22 LAF Fellows will present their projects on relational work with community organizations, the science of landscape architecture, Latine/x/a/o voices, evolving narratives for diverse designers, roadsides and the nature of power, and carceral landscapes.
Full event details

4:00pm    Welcome + Opening Remarks
4:07pm    Presentations
                   Debra Guenther
                   Olivia Bussey
                   Linda Chamorro
                   Moderated Audience Q&A
5:10pm    Presentations
                   Ellen Oettinger White
                   Claire Napawan
                   James LaGro Jr.
                   Moderated Audience Q&A               
6:10pm    Closing Remarks
6:15pm    Symposium Closes

The symposium livestream is approved for 2.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW). Learn more

 

THANK YOU TO OUR Event Sponsors

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Welcome!

Thank you for joining us for the 2022 LAF Innovation + Leadership Symposium! 

The symposium is the culmination of the yearlong LAF Fellowship for Innovation and Leadership. As we confront increasingly complex and interrelated environmental, social, and economic challenges of the 21st century, this fellowship brings together a diverse group of landscape architecture professionals to develop and test new ideas. It is an entrepreneurial investment in the people and ideas that will drive the future of our profession.

The LAF Fellowship would not be possible without the leadership and facilitation of Lucinda Sanders, FASLA, and Laura Solano, FASLA, as well as the many guest facilitators who contribute their time and expertise. Special thanks also to our 50 & Forward Campaign donors whose financial investment makes the fellowship possible.

The LAF Fellows presenting today consider their work to be part of a collective with a singular message: Transformational leadership by landscape architects could heal our post-traumatic world; but it will require kinship, redirection, communion, empowerment, multiplicities, and evolution. We look forward to your continued interest and engagement with these issues as we work to bring about impactful change to the environment and humanity. 

 

Continuing Education Credits

Logo of the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES)

The symposium is approved for 2.0 Professional Development Hour (PDH) through the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES) and meets the health, safety and welfare requirements (HSW).

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the role of landscape architects and opportunities for action with issues such as designing with community organizations, the science of landscape architecture, Latine/x/a/o voices, expanding narratives for diverse designers, roadsides and the nature of power, and carceral landscapes.
  • Learn about the research and process that landscape architects have experienced over the course of their fellowship year in making transformational steps in the development of project work that contributes to innovation and leadership in the profession, the environment, and humanity.
  • Gain inspiration for how to work toward transformative change in your own work

To earn 2.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW):

  1. Watch the livestream above
  2. Complete the short quiz by following the link below. (You must score 75% or higher.)
  3. Wait ~2 weeks to receive your confirmation email once the quizzes are graded and results submitted to LA CES.
     

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LAF is grateful to the many individuals and organizations that provide financial support towards fulfilling our mission to support the preservation, improvement, and enhancement of the environment.

Much of what LAF is able to accomplish would not be possible without the thought leadership and financial investment of our major supporters, including ASLA, which provides over $125,000 of in-kind support annually.

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