Conference Proceedings (Video) from Second Wave of Modernism IV: Making Space within Place Conference

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Conference Proceedings (Video) from Second Wave of Modernism IV: Making Space within Place Conference

Conference Proceedings (Video) from Second Wave of Modernism IV: Making Space within Place Conference
Oct 04, 2019
Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas Museum of Art
Dallas, TX
United States

TCLF's latest conference, Second Wave of Modernism IV: Making Space within Place, was held on October 4, 2019, in the Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas Museum of Art. The conference featured several Dallas-based experts who were joined by others from throughout the United States. The topics were equally varied and timely, focusing on the role that landscape architects have played in laying the foundation for today’s planning and design work (exploring several iconic projects completed in the Dallas Arts District over the past 35 years); city projects that balance design against natural and cultural values, and the imperative to deal with climate change; how a public-private partnership was able to facilitate the development of priority parks in the urban core; and recent innovations in creative management and stewardship.

TCLF's latest conference, Second Wave of Modernism IV: Making Space within Place, was held on October 4, 2019, in the Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas Museum of Art. The conference featured several Dallas-based experts who were joined by others from throughout the United States. The topics were equally varied and timely, focusing on the role that landscape architects have played in laying the foundation for today’s planning and design work (exploring several iconic projects completed in the Dallas Arts District over the past 35 years); city projects that balance design against natural and cultural values, and the imperative to deal with climate change; how a public-private partnership was able to facilitate the development of priority parks in the urban core; and recent innovations in creative management and stewardship.

The speakers' individual presentations can be accessed through the links below.

Foundations for Change
Charles A. Birnbaum, FASLA, FAAR, President & CEO, The Cultural Landscape Foundation

Setting the Stage: Creating a Shared Language for the City’s Landscape Architecture
Peter Ker Walker, Principal, (firm of) Peter Ker Walker
James Burnett, FASLA, President, OJB Landscape Architecture
Peter Walker, FASLA, Partner, PWP Landscape Architecture

Panel I: Transforming the Downtown Core
Moderator:
Amy M. Meadows, President, Parks for Downtown Dallas
        
Panelists:
Isabel Castilla, ASLA, Principal, James Corner Field Operations
Christine E. Ten Eyck, FASLA, President, Ten Eyck Landscape Architects
Ken Haines, ASLA, Principal, Hargreaves Associates
Chuck McDaniel, FASLA, Managing Principal, Dallas, SWA

Panel II:  Transforming and Connecting the City
Moderator:
Gail Thomas, Ph.D., Hon. AIA, Director, Center for the City of The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture      

Panelists:
Brent A. Brown, AIA, CEO & President, Trinity Park Conservancy
Janette Monear, President & CEO, Texas Trees Foundation
Philip C. Henderson, FAIA, Board Trustee, Circuit Trail Conservancy

Closing Panel: Reflections on the Day
Moderator:
Mark Lamster, Architecture Critic, The Dallas Morning News

Panelists:
Willis C. Winters, Director, Dallas Park and Recreation
Dustin Bullard, ASLA, Senior Vice President of Planning and Public Space., Downtown Dallas, Inc.
Veletta Forsythe Lill, Hon. AIA, Civic Leader, Fair Park First
Robert W. Decherd, Chairman, President and CEO, A. H. Belo Corporation

Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N Harwood Street
Dallas, TX 75201
United States