Landscape Architecture and Management Education in the UK: past present and future
This year’s FOLAR (Friends of the Landscape Library and Archive at Reading) Seminar deals with the origins and history of landscape architecture and management education in the UK, past, present and the future.
Speakers will include Guy Baxter, the University of Reading Archivist, on the history of the first landscape architecture course in the UK, that at Reading (1930-1959). Then Jan Woudstra will survey the origins and growth of landscape courses nationally. Richard Bisgrove will outline the story of the BSc Landscape Management at Reading (1986-2010). Finally Robert Holden (formerly University of Greenwich) will review current trends, speculate about the future and in particular look to the past to see lessons that can be applied today. The chair will be John Stuart-Murray of the University of Edinburgh.
The FOLAR AGM is from 10.30am-12.00pm, and all (members and non members) are welcome from 10am onwards, lunch will 12-12.30pm and the afternoon seminar will run from 12.30pm-4pm. Duplicate books from the LI collection will be on sale.
Saturday 1 April 2017
MERL (Museum of English Rural Life), Redlands Road, Reading, RG1 5EX
Please complete this FOLAR booking form and return it by email to email@example.com or by post to the address on the form.
Cost: for FOLAR members £15 incl. lunch (a £35 payment on the day would include FOLAR membership renewal).
For non members the cost of the seminar incl. lunch is £25.
PLEASE BOOK EARLY FOR THIS EVENT as we have a limit on numbers – 50 maximum.
We look forward to seeing you there!