SP19 Reading the Historic Landscape

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Friday June 7

9:15 AM  –  12:15 PM

Reading the Historic Landscape
Instructor: Glenn Stach
Friday, June 7
9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
$52 Member / $57 Non-member
Three hours PDH
Class Limit: 32

What makes a designed landscape historic or significant? How should we steward the legacy of design and history across our most beloved and culturally significant spaces? In a world where perceptions of history evolve with each successive generation, history enthusiasts, stewards, and design professionals face questions regarding the importance of history to inform landscape experience and shape the future. This class will discuss the practice and theory of landscape preservation, and how to assess and apply its tenants to landscape stewardship, and design.  

Glenn Stach is a one of a growing number of nationally accomplished experts practicing within the field of cultural landscape preservation today. With many notable works to its credit, Stach’s Asheville based  firm collaborates with like-minded clients and partner organizations interested to cultivate an enduring vision for the nation’s beloved historic sites and public landscapes.