Interested in joining a seminar or webinar relating to the work of Capability Brown? We have two upcoming with limited spaces, find out more information below and join in.
Seminar, Monday 5th of December: Vandals or Visionaries? From Capability Brown to the Garden Bridge: how our perception of landscape design changes with time.
Does our perception of landscape design change over time? From the contested landscapes of Capability Brown to the controversial Garden Bridge, there are many examples of large-scale projects that initially cause public outrage. But how does hindsight affect our perspective?
This November and December, The Building Centre is exhibiting the very best landscape projects of the past year. 2016 also marks the tercentenary of the father of landscape architecture, Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. To mark these events, The Building Centre and the Landscape Institute invite you to attend an evening of talks that examine current and historical thinking on landscape practice.
For more information visit this link.
Webinar, Thursday 8th of December: Potter & Ponder Sensory Experience at Croome.
This webinar explores the process of working with children who have profound learning and physical differences to create a map locating places in the landscape to unlock sensory experiences, to open up Brown’s landscape at Croome, for all current and all potential visitors. It will also discuss attracting new audiences to feel comfortable enough to become repeat visitors.
The learning outcome of this webinar will be to know how to develop a co-produced project – the journey and learning!
To sign up to this webinar, visit this link.