The Intimate Expanse: Landscape Architecture

February 1 - May 14, 2004

The Intimate Expanse: Landscape Architecture
Barrie B. Greenbie,
Connecticut River and Pioneer
Valley greenway planning
In celebration of the Centennial of Landscape Architecture at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the University Museum of Contemporary Art is pleased to present The Intimate Expanse - Recent Works of Alumni of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, an exhibition of images projected on the gallery's walls. These images express the breadth of the field of landscape architecture as revealed in the planning and design of the region, city, town, neighborhood, community, park, and personal garden.

 

The Intimate Expanse is organized and designed by Joseph S. R. Volpe, Professor in Landscape Architecture and his BSLA '04 undergraduate students, Team 100YrsLAatUMass, Brendan Carey, Mathew Foley, Thomas Hand, Preston Holleman, Thomas Lipka, and Shane Mahoney in the LARP department in cooperation with the University Museum of Contemporary Art. The exhibition is presented in memory of Barrie Greenbie (1920-1998), Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

 

 

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