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TCLF in the News

November 25, 2014
Artnet News

Twelve arson attacks in eighteen months have destroyed many of the whimsically transformed vacant houses of The Heidelberg Project, a site featured in Landlide 2014: Art and the Landscape.  

November 21, 2014
Leesburg Today

David Blake, steward of Buckland, Virginia, a Landslide site, receives the Mosby Heritage Area Association Heritage Hero Award. 

November 21, 2014
Albuquerque Journal

Recently, The Cultural Landscape Foundation in Washington, D.C., recognized the Wells Petroglyph Preserve as among 11 threatened areas around the nation.

November 18, 2014
The Dirt

In advance of the 2014 ASLA Annual Meeting in Denver, The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) has unveiled "What's Out There Denver Guide," the first in a new series of free Web-based, city-focused guides to parks, gardens and open spaces.

November 17, 2014
The Huffington Post

Inspired by TCLF's inclusion of Watts Towers on Landslide 2014: Art and the Landscape, Vernissage TV, which bills itself as "The Window to the Art World," has produced an extended video about the site and its creator, Simon Rodia.

November 17, 2014
Artnet News

A public artwork by installation artist Robert Irwin may have a future in Dallas after all. 

November 17, 2014
The New Yorker

Influential design expert Alexandra Lange looks at social media's role in preservation issues - from the Tod Williams and Billie Tsien-designed Folk Art Museum to the Russell Page-designed garden at the Frick Collection.

November 14, 2014
Minneapolis Star Tribune

A former critic of the M. Paul Friedberg-designed Modernist Park Plaza says with money, maintenance, a sensitive update and more programming, perhaps Peavey Plaza can regain its old civic magic. 

November 14, 2014
Beverly HIlls Courier

The Beverly Hills Heritage and Friends of Beverly Gardens Park hosted the Cultural Landscape Foundation at an event last week in the Beverly Hills Municipal Gallery at City Hall - a launch party for the foundation's "What's Out There Weekend Los Angeles - The Public Landscapes of Ralph Cornell."

November 12, 2014
ArtObserved

Another art world media outlet providing coverage of the Frick controversy.