FRIENDS OF FAIRSTED LECTURE SERIES 2014-2015
Perspectives on Place
Moderated by Keith Morgan
Director of Architectural Studies, History of Art & Architecture Department, Boston University
MARCH 2015 LECTURE
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Visible | Invisible
Gary Hilderbrand, FASLA, FAAR
Principal, Reed Hilderbrand, LLC Landscape Architecture
6:00pm Reception | 7:00pm Lecture
Wheelock College, 43 Hawes Street, Brookline, MA
Seating is limited and reservations are required.
VISIBLE | INVISIBLE
What you see: the tangible, reduced, edited, straightforward reality we build.
What you don’t see: what came before, what’s beneath the surface, what’s behind the shapes or patterns, below the horizon, past the view, beyond our capacity to see.
Gary Hilderbrand is a Principal of the award-winning firm Reed Hilderbrand Landscape Architects and is Professor of Practice at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Mr. Hilderbrand will draw from his firm’s diverse projects and illustrate how history and geography are filtered through a modern design aesthetic to create meaningful places.
Limited street parking is available. Public parking is not allowed in the Wheelock parking lot. Venue is easily accessible by MBTA Green C Line (Hawes Street) or D Line (Longwood) trains.
Thank you to Wheelock College for their generosity in hosting our lectures.
Co-sponsors of 2014-2015 Lecture Series:
National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
Boston Society of Landscape Architects
Boston University History of Art and Architecture Department
Brookline Green Space Alliance
Brookline Historical Society
Charles River Conservancy
Community Outreach Group, Inc.
Emerald Necklace Conservancy
The Fenway Alliance
Friends of Mount Auburn
Friends of the Muddy River
Friends of the Public Garden
High Street Hill Association
Historic New England
Library of American Landscape History
Massachusetts Historical Society
National Association for Olmsted Parks
New England Landscape Design & History Association
New England Chapter, Society of Architectural Historians
Tower Hill Botanical Garden
The Trustees of Reservations
Vanasse Hangen Brustlin
What Is a Park For? Olmsted, Obama, and the Meanings of Urban Landscape
Beyond Drawings: The Olmsted Archives as Muse and Vision
Lewis Mumford’s Green Urbanism
From the Granite Garden to West Philadelphia (with a nod to the Fens): Restoring Nature & Communities
Anne Whiston Spirn
Dwelling in Landscape
The Shaping of Regions: The New York Regional Plan and the Origins of Planning in America
From Buffalo to Boston: Olmsted’s Evolving Vision of Urban Park Systems
Francis R. Kowsky