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TCLF in the News

February 26, 2015
Landscape Architecture Magazine

A dangerous national precedent - LAM editor in chief Brad McKee warns about the broader implications of confiscating parkland for the Obama Presidential Library.

February 25, 2015
Artnet News

The city of Des Moines is investing in public art, having elected to spend some $800,000 to preserve  Greenwood Pond: Double Site (1989–96), an urban wetland art installation by environmentally engaged artist Mary Miss.

February 23, 2015
Des Moines Register

Excellent news for a Landslide 2014: Art and the Landscape site. 

February 19, 2015
Land 8

Benjamin Boyd reviews the book and comments on its enduring influence on Pittsburgh.

February 16, 2015
Architizer

The value of public open space versus that of cultural institutions was thrust into the spotlight in the Windy City last week when the Chicago Park District board voted to transfer some 20 acres of parkland to the city if the University of Chicago is successful in its bid to host Barak Obama’s Presidential Library.

February 12, 2015
Seven Days

The fate of Kiley's only surviving completed landscape in Vermont now looks surprisingly sunny.

February 10, 2015
CurbedChicago

An editorial that compares a Washington or Jackson Park land grab to Columbia fencing off part of Central Park starts off with a clear message: The University of Chicago is going too far.

February 10, 2015
Dallas Morning News

Report could signal an end to a site listed on Landside 2014: Art and the Landscape.

February 9, 2015
Chicago Sun-Times

Opinion piece co-authored by Cassandra Francis, president and CEO of Friends of the Parks, and Charles Birnbaum.

February 6, 2015
Washingotn, DC citybizlist

Annoucement of Ann Looper Pryor as TCLF's Chief Operating Officer.