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Field Sessions

FS-001: The New Orleans Landscape: Patronage, Philanthropy, Public Funding, Privatization, and Professionals

Friday, October 21
7:30 am – 4:15 pm
5.5 PDH, LA CES

Visit three iconic New Orleans landscapes – Longue Vue House and Gardens, New Orleans Museum of Art and City Park’s Botanical Garden – which reflect the complex relationships of philanthropists with the landscape. The focus is on design and stewardship issues related to cultural landscapes and public open spaces.

$250 per person; includes transportation, bottled water and catered lunch. Moderate walking

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.



FS-002: Canoeing the Atchafalaya, America’s Largest River Basin Swamp and Unique Delta Treasure
SOLD OUT

Friday, October 21
7:30 am – 5:00 pm
6 PDH, LA CES

The Atchafalaya River is the principal distributary of the Mississippi and the heart of the National Atchafalaya Heritage Area, which includes fourteen Louisiana Parishes. After an introductory orientation session, participants will be joined by experienced wetland guides and canoe about nine miles along a designated paddling trail in the Atchafalaya swamp.

$185 per person; includes transportation, canoe rental, bottled water, and boxed lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-003: Beyond the Edge: Two Communities Engaged in Postindustrial and Environmental Struggles

Friday, October 21
7:45 am – 4:30 pm
7 PDH, LA CES

Interact with activists and residents of two predominantly African-American communities. One, a residential subdivision engaged in a thirty-year struggle to bring justice to a neighborhood built on the edge of a superfund site; the other, caught between the Port of New Orleans’ perceived need for commercial space to encourage global investment and the desire of local residents to rebuild and maintain a healthy environment through open space and cooperative strategies.

$165 per person; includes transportation, bottled water, and catered lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-004: Resilient Landscapes of the Mississippi Gulf Coast
SOLD OUT

Friday, October 21
7:45 am – 4:30 pm
5 PDH, LA CES

Journey to south Mississippi to study remarkable resilient landscapes. Participants will explore Crosby Arboretum, an ASLA award-winning native plant garden designed by Andropogon Associates and Ed Blake, featuring the stunning architecture of AIA Gold Medal recipient Fay Jones. Post-Katrina rebuilding efforts will be explored at the community of Bay St. Louis.

$165 per person; includes transportation, bottled water, and catered lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-005: Uptown Residential Gardens: Planting Design for Today’s Lifestyles
SOLD OUT

Friday, October 21
8:00 am – 12:15 pm
2.75 PDH, LA CES

Developing plant schemes in a subtropical climate, with its contrast in textures and forms, offers the designer a wide range of variety for interest that speak to today’s lifestyles whether the object is entertaining, education, healing, or feeding the soul. Mix in the great classical architecture of the Crescent City and you discover wonderful opportunities for casual or formal designs with eye-popping flair.

$155 per person; includes transportation and bottled water. Moderate walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-006: New Orleans City Park: Design with Nature, Design with Culture

Friday, October 21
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
3.75 PDH, LA CES

Explore City Park, New Orleans’ historic 1,300-acre urban sanctuary. Focused presentations and discussions address City Park’s unique history, biology, management, economics, politics and character. Topics include conflicts and future prospects common to large parks.

$105 per person; includes transportation and bottled water. Moderate walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.




FS-007: River Road Plantations: Evolutions of Cultural Landscapes
SOLD OUT

Friday, October 21
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
5 PDH, LA CES

Nestled along the Mississippi River, plantations were first established as working farms. However, these cultural landscapes have since adapted and evolved. This field session offers overviews of the many plantations along River Road, with a stops at Oak Alley and Houmas House. Special focus will be given to the different approaches they have taken to maintain their cultural/historical relevance and economic viability.

$185 per person; includes transportation, bottled water, and catered lunch. Moderate walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.



FS-008: Thicker than Water: Oil and Sediment Infrastructure of the Lower Mississippi River

Friday, October 21
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
5.5 PDH, LA CES

Welcome to Louisiana's Chemical Corridor, a stretch of the Mississippi that holds one of the largest concentrations of petrochemical and sediment infrastructure in the nation. Hear from young designers on site who believe that the application of design thinking and innovative techniques to the hidden, complex landscapes can contribute to a more socially, environmentally and economically resilient future.

$165 per person; includes transportation, bottled water, and catered lunch.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-009: Strolling along French Quarter Riverfront Parks, Jackson Square and Historic French Market
SOLD OUT

Friday, October 21
8:00 am – 1:30 pm
4.25 PDH, LA CES

Visit projects along the Vieux Carré riverfront, French Market and Jackson Square. These ASLA Honor Award Projects transformed the decaying former port facilities, historic French Market and the streets surrounding Jackson Square into a major tourism destination. Study how the floodwall barrier was overcome and transformed into an asset. Participants will return to the convention center on the streetcar.

$105 per person; includes transportation and bottled water. Extensive walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-010: Green Infrastructure in a Gray Infrastructure Town

Friday, October 21
8:45 am – 4:00 pm
4 PDH, LA CES

Surrounded by water, New Orleans has been slow to adopt many approaches to storm water management found elsewhere in the country. This field session examines three recent projects that successfully implemented green infrastructure, and two projects directed towards enhancing a water literacy curriculum under development for local schools.

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

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


FS-011: Contemporary Zoological Design and at the Audubon Zoo

Friday, October 21
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
5 PDH, LA CES

Each year, more people attend zoos than all professional sports combined. This session will present contemporary approaches to design, construction requirements and management practices germane to this unique project type. Design decisions that promote global conservation and advocacy through painless learning and attraction value approaches will be presented. There will be opportunities to engage Audubon Zoo staff while viewing the zoo and its exhibits, including behind-the-scene opportunities to observe management practices both at the zoo and the 350-acre Olmsted - designed Audubon Park.

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

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.







FS-012: DRAW DAT! Sketch the Big Easy’s Great Streets and Places
SOLD OUT

Friday, October 21
9:30 am – 5:00 pm
5.5 PDH, LA CES

Join fellow drawing enthusiasts for a short urban sketching workshop, then set out to practice new skills to capture the detail and color of an American city like no other. Guided by site overviews and mini-workshops, participants will sketch the complex dialogue between people and places from the bars and street performers of Bourbon Street to the bustle of the French Market and the soaring triple steeples of St. Louis Cathedral.

$175 per person; includes sketch book, bottled water, and catered lunch. All walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.










FS-013: Reinventing the Crescent
SOLD OUT

Friday, October 21
12:30 – 4:30 pm
3 PDH, LA CES

Walk “the Crescent,” the famed New Orleans riverfront along the Marigny-Bywater neighborhood, arriving at the new Crescent Park. Discussions will focus on the aspirations of Reinventing the Crescent, the post-Katrina, design-driven transformation of the riverfront, as well as the actual project trajectory of the completed park. Participants will enjoy a ride along the New Orleans streetcar as part of this excursion.

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

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.



FS-014: A Model for the Future: The “New” Orleans Medical District

Friday, October 21
12:30 – 4:30 pm
3.25 PDH, LA CES

Visit the “New” Orleans Medical District with a group of design professionals who engaged the input of local citizens in developing an innovative streetscape corridor that connects two one billion dollar healthcare campuses—the State of Louisiana (University Medical Center) and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (Project Legacy).


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

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.









FS-015: New Orleans Gardens: Planting Design for Today's Lifestyles
SOLD OUT

Friday, October 21
1:00 – 4:30 pm
2.75 PDH, LA CES

As we view some of the city’s more remarkable private gardens, both big and small, we discuss the use of plantings to delineate spaces and create visual movement through the artful repetition of shrubs and trees, which result in clearly defined structural elements.

$145 per person; includes transportation and bottled water. Moderate walking.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.

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