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Field Sessions

FS-001 – Solid as a Rock: Residential Jewels along Lake Michigan

Friday, November 6
7:30 am – 3:30 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, ISA, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Explore fabulous residences and exquisite landscapes along Chicago’s Lake Michigan shoreline. In addition to highlighting the hardscapes that complement each amazing work of architecture, your landscape architect guides will explain planting designs and selections, maintenance requirements, construction challenges, quarry sourcing, bluff retention, and stormwater management.

Leaders/Speakers: Deirdre E. Toner, ASLA, D.T. DESIGN; Amy Olson, ASLA, Olson Landscape Architecture; Daniel G. Wood, LEED GA, Lurvey's Landscape Supply; Jayson DeGeeter, ASLA, Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects

$150 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and catered lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-002: Public Gardens—Beyond Aesthetics

Friday, November 6
7:45 am – 4:00 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
5.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, ISA, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Experience two premiere public gardens established by titans of industry from the last century. Vist the Morton Arboretum, a 1,700-acre outdoor museum with a diverse collection of plants from around the world, and Cantigny Garden, a 500-acre site with a 29-acre formal display garden, greenhouse, and museum.

Leaders/Speakers: Susan L.B. Jacobson, FASLA, The Morton Arboretum; Craig Kruckenberg, ASLA, Cantigny Park

$125 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and catered lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-003: Between Loop and Lake: Great Downtown Chicago Landscapes

Friday, November 6
7:45 am – 2:30 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
4 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Join the designers of some of Chicago's most successful civic landscapes on a journey through Dan Kiley's South Garden of the Art Institute, Millennium Park, Maggie Daley Park, and the Park at Lakeshore East. Along the way, get the inside scoop on the development history, initial design concepts, and detailed decisions that shaped each place.

Leaders/Speakers: Cameron Barradale, LEED, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill; Terry Guen, FASLA, Terry Guen Design Associates; Joe Karr, FASLA; Chip Trageser, ASLA, The Office of James Burnett; Matthew Urbanski, ASLA, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates

$135 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and catered breakfast. All walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-004: Garden Estates of the North Shore

Friday, November 6
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
4 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, ISA, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Walk the private estates along Chicago's North Shore that showcases elaborate landscape designs by nationally recognized landscape architects. Each property features jaw-dropping gardens and elegant design solutions to site-specific challenges. Session leaders will also explain technical elements such as bluff stabilization and water management.

Leaders/Speakers: Carrie Woleben-Meade, ASLA, and Seth Dreier ASLA, LEED AP, Mariani Landscape; Jon Shabica, Shabica & Associates

$150 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and catered lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-005: Urban Agriculture in Action

Friday, November 6
7:30 am – 2:00 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
3.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Addressing the growing pressure for local food production, Chicago is using its rooftops to grow beautiful, edible plants while teaching the community green solutions and healthy habits. Visit three award-winning rooftop farms that are engaging, educating, and benefiting the community with the beauty of edible landscapes.

Leaders/Speakers: Liz Dafoe, ASLA, Upland Design; Camille Applewhite, ASLA, Camiros; Molly Meyer, Omni Ecosystems; Ben Helphand, NeighborSpace; Alex Poltorak, The Urban Canopy; Annamaria V. Leon, Edible Landscaping Division, Christy Webber Landscapes

$135 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and catered lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-006: Chicago by Boat: Industry, Community, and Urban Transformation

Friday, November 6
8:00 am – 12:30 pm
E263, Level 2
3 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

Before Chicago became an architectural mecca, it was defined by Lake Michigan and the branches of the Chicago River: the nation’s Third Coast. Get the story up close and personal of how the river has been instrumental in the transformation of Chicago into the thriving city it is.

Leaders/Speakers: Gina Ford, ASLA, Sasaki Associates; Ernie T. Wong, FASLA, and Jenna Jones ASLA, LEED GA, site design group; Geoffrey Baer, WTTW Channel 11 Chicago; Margaret Frisbie, Friends of the Chicago River; Benet Haller, LEED AP, City of Chicago, Department of Planning and Development

$185 per person; includes transportation and bottled water.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-007: Vibrant Open Spaces in Chicago’s Cultural Neighborhoods

Friday, November 6
8:00 am – 3:30 pm
E261, Level 2
4 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

Enjoy the authentic experience of three of the most-recognized ethnic neighborhoods in Chicago. Learn their history and see how their public spaces reflect the cultural background of their residents. Walk with the designers and city officials who make those spaces work, even as they change with the times.

Leaders/Speakers: Jose Magan, ASLA, Accent Urban Design; Nilay Mistry, site design group; Stephen Ostrander, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning; Bridget C. Stalla, Chicago Department of Transportation; Patricia Saldaña Natk, AIA, UrbanWorks

$100 per person; includes transportation and bottled water. Lunch on your own. Extensive walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-008: Legendary Chicago Sports Fields: Behind the Scenes of Safe, Sustainable, and Beautiful

Friday, November 6
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
4.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend the day exploring the infrastructure of Chicago’s iconic sports venues, including Wrigley Field, Soldier Field, and US Cellular Field. Ask the professional turf managers in person how they maintain these famous facilities to keep them safe and beautiful throughout the season.

Leaders/Speakers: Eric Simmons, ASLA, Lynda Wightman, ASLA, and George Jimenez, Hunter Industries

$160 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and catered lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-009: Oak Park’s Engaging Streets and Recreational Spaces

Friday, November 6
9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
3 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Experience the history and transformation of Oak Park, Ill., one of Chicago’s first suburbs. This field experience includes visits to the recently redesigned Marion Street, historic Mills and Scoville Parks, and Austin Gardens. Learn how these spaces inspired Jens Jensen, Frank Lloyd Wright, and great contemporary designers.

Leaders/Speakers: Phillip Hutchinson ASLA, LEED AP, Altamanu Inc; Daniel Grove, ASLA, The Lakota Group

$135 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and catered lunch. Moderate walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-010: Chicago's Therapeutic Healing Spaces

Friday, November 6
8:30 am – 12:30 pm
E264, Level 2
3 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Well-designed therapeutic landscapes have the power to heal. Learn design principles that help support the recovery process for seriously ill, PTSD patients, and others who grieve. Visit landscapes and learn from individuals who have experienced the therapeutic benefits of several of Chicago's most healing spaces.

Leaders/Speakers: Todd Degner, Affil. ASLA, The Davey Resource Group; Jerry Smith FASLA, LEED AP, SMITH | GreenHealth Consulting; Mikyoung Kim, FASLA, Mikyoung Kim Design; Marni Barnes, ASLA, University of Hyogo, Japan; Lisa Bailey, ASLA, BayLeaf Studio

$100 per person; includes transportation and bottled water. Moderate walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.






FS-011: SKETCH CHICAGO! Discover the City Through On-Location Sketching

Friday, November 6
9:30 am – 5:00 pm
E262, Level 2
5.5 PDH, LA CES/non-HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Marketing Statement: As an intermediate/advanced sketcher, join veteran urban sketchers and fellow drawing enthusiasts for a short urban sketching workshop, then discover the world-class urban fabric of Chicago through on-location sketching. Bring your own materials and comfortable walking shoes; sketchbooks are provided and afterward will be displayed in the ASLA Central.

Leaders/Speakers: James Richards, FASLA, University of Texas; Richard Alomar, ASLA, Rutgers University; Robert Chipman, ASLA; Chip Sullivan, ASLA, University of California; Craig Farnsworth, ASLA

$150 per person; includes sketch book, bottled water and boxed lunch. All walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-012: Stewardship of a Grand Campus Legacy: The University of Chicago

Friday, November 6
10:30 am – 5:00 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
3.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

The picturesque Gothic campus of the University of Chicago, a certified botanic garden, is a rich example of sustainable campus management—a showcase of water conservation; proactive, legacy-minded tree management; and cutting-edge landscape design. See these as you learn the fund-raising strategy that helps make them possible.

Leaders/Speakers: Richard C. Bumstead, ASLA, Kathleen Golomb, Affil. ASLA, and Brandon Rux, University of Chicago; Ryan A. Kettelkamp ASLA, Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp landscape architecture; Jason Cooper ASLA, LEED AP, Conservation Design Forum; Nick Martin, Bartlett Tree Experts; Patrick Peterson, ASLA, Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architecture

$125 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and boxed lunch. Moderate walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-013: Fire, Work with Me: Native Urban-Landscape Restoration and Prairie-Burn Demonstration

Friday, November 6
10:45 am – 4:00 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
2.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

Visit award-winning native-environmental parks, including the acclaimed Henry Palmisano Park, Jens Jensen’s Columbus Park, and the restored South Shore. Walk through restored landscapes and native ecosystems in these distinctive examples of public parks that provide access to urban nature. A live prairie-burn demonstration caps off the field session.

Leaders/Speakers: Bradley McCauley, ASLA, Mitch Murdock, and Hana Ishikawa, site design group; Jack Pizzo, ASLA, The Pizzo Companies; Claudine Malik and Zhanna Yermakov, Chicago Park District

$105 per person; includes transportation and bottled water.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.






FS-014: Developing Chicago Lakefront Parks: Means, Methods, Strategies, and Partners

Friday, November 6
12:00 Noon – 4:30 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
2.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

Nearly all 28 miles of Chicago’s magnificent Lake Michigan shoreline are used as parkland. View the special design, environmental, recreational, historical, and community issues that beset coastline development through three distinct projects. Each site will also convey the unique funding mechanisms that sustain long-term public-space vitality.

Leaders/Speakers: Michelle Inouye ASLA, LEED AP, AECOM; Paul Wiese ASLA, LEED AP, SmithGroupJJR; Robert Rejman, Chicago Park District; Dean Welch, McCaffery Interests


$95 per person; includes transportation and bottled water.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-015: Walking the 606

Friday, November 6
12:00 Noon – 5:00 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
3.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

SOLD OUT - Walk the recently completed 606 – a 2.7-mile long multi-use path and linear park – and experience the city from a whole new vantage point. Learn about the transformation of this former industrial railroad corridor elevated sixteen feet above street level into a dynamic landscape and vital public amenity.

Leaders/Speakers: Andrew Gutterman and Matthew Urbanski, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates; Jamie Simone AICP, LEED-AP, The Trust for Public Land

$95 per person; includes transportation and bottled water. Extensive walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-016: Walking the Riverwalk: Connecting People to the Chicago River

Friday, November 6
1:30 – 4:45 pm
Gate 33, Level 2
2.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, GBCI, FL, NY/HSW
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

Visit the Chicago Riverwalk—a great place to enjoy Chicago's magnificent architecture—with the experts who have made it happen. Experience the public walkways and seating along the water's edge, where visitors enjoy incredible views of the Loop's skyscraper canyon while watching the boats go by.

Leaders/Speakers: Terry Warriner Ryan, FASLA, Jacobs/Ryan Associates; Stephen E. Hamwey, Hon. ASLA, Sasaki Associates; Carol Ross Barney, FAIA, Ross Barney Architects; Kurt J. Naus, Alfred Benesch & Company

$95 per person; includes transportation and bottled water. Extensive walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.

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