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    ... Sheila Dickie Sent by: owner-ced_alumni@uclink4.berkeley.edu 11/01/2002 10:47 AM To: ced_alumni@uclink4.berkeley.edu cc:
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      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 11/01/2002 04:31 PM -----
      Sheila Dickie <sdickie@...>
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      11/01/2002 10:47 AM

             
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              Subject:        CED e-news/Fall#9



      CED LECTURES
      *
      The first lecture in the Landscape Architecture Lecture series will be
      given by noted landscape architect Laurie Olin on Monday, November 4.  His
      talk will be on the history of and his involvement with the celebrated
      landscape design for the Getty Center in Los Angeles: "Working on the Getty
      California Dreaming."   The lecture will take place in 112 Wurster Hall at
      7:00 p.m.
      *
      Laurie Olin has practiced and taught landscape architecture for the past 30
      years in Seattle, Philadelphia and Cambridge.  His work has ranged from
      corporate and commercial developments to private estates, public
      institutions and civic and urban design including a recent redesign for
      the grounds surrounding the Washington Monument.  In addition to teaching
      and practice, he has written extensively on the history and theory of
      landscape architecture, most recently publishing.
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      Mr. Olin will be followed by Yale Professor Diana Balmori on Thursday,
      November 7, and CED Distinguished Alumnus Award recipient Richard Haag on
      Monday, November 18.  Same place and time.  For more information e-mail
      maclark@....
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      CONFERENCE
      "A Century of Women:  Evaluating Gender in Landscape Architecture"
      112 Wurster Hall
      Friday and Saturday, November 8 & 9.
      *
      Registration fee: $40, $20 for non-UC students.  The conference is free for
      UC Berkeley students, faculty, and staff (but registration is
      required).  You can see abstracts of the papers, speaker bios, and download
      the REGISTRATION FORM on the
      website  http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/events/farrand.
      *
      The two public lectures--Diana Balmori on Thursday Nov. 7, 7 p.m. and
      Rebecca Solnit, Saturday Nov. 9, 1 p.m. are free and open to the general
      public.
      *
      Twenty five academics and practitioners from all over the country will be
      speaking on the implications of gender to the field of landscape
      architecture.  The conference begins with the lecture by Diana Balmori and
      then continues over the next two days.
      *
      ARCHITECTURE LECTURE SERIES
      *
      Wednesday, November 13, Mark Jarzombek, Associate Professor of History and
      Architecture, MIT.  "Memory and the Rebuilding of Dresden".
      *
      Wednesday, November 20, CED Architecture Professor Rene Davids and
      Christine Killory, Davids Killory Architects, Oakland. "Merging."
      *
      Wednesday, December 4, Billie Tsien, Tod Williams, Billie Tsien &
      Associates, New York City.  "Some Things in Common".

      All lectures are at 7 p.m. in 112 Wurster Hall.  For additional information
      visit the CED website: www.ced.berkeley.edu and click on News and Events.
      *
      EXHIBITIONS
      *
      CED Architecture Professor Ravee Choksambatchai of Loom is participating in
      an exhibition at SFMOMA "Body Design" which opens November 16 and runs
      through March 23, 2003.  Body Design looks at provocative designers and
      artists who take this conventional thinking one step further to create new
      ways to conceptualize the body as a site for design.  The exhibition
      features selections from the fields of fashion, industrial design,
      furniture and architecture and includes work by Eiko Ishioka, Christopher
      C. Deam, Marcel Wanders, Loom, Jurgen Mayer H., Aziz + Cucher and IDEO.
      *
      Also opening at SFMOMA is "Architecture + Water" which presents five
      international building projects that integrate architecture, landscape, and
      infrastructure to engage the waterfront.  Firms represented include:
      Foreign Office Architects, MVRDV, Diller + Scofidio, Steven Holl, Michael
      Van Valkenburgh, and Alsop Architects.

      IN THE NEWS
      *
      Architecture Professor Sam Davis is featured in an interview on "Housing
      the Homeless" on the Berkeley home page.
      http://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2002/10/25_architecture.html
      *
      CCAC Lectures
      7 p.m. Timken Lecture Hall
      San Francisco campus
      www.ccac-art.edu
      *
      November 4, Nader Tehrani, Office dA
      November 11, Marcos Ramirez "Erre"
      November 26, Malcolm McCullough, artist/writer
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      BUILDERS BOOKSOURCE
      1817 Fourth Street
      Berkeley
      www.buildersbooksite.com
      *
      November 5, 7:30 p.m. "Learning to See: Bringing the World Around You into
      Your Home", Vicente Wolf.
      November 7, 7:30 p.m., "Ecovention: Current Art to Transform Ecologies",
      Sue Spaid.
      November 20, 7:30 p.m. "Festa Veneziana a Ca'toga: The Imaginative World of
      a Venetian Artist in Napa Valley", Carlo Marchiori.
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      *                                               -end-


      Sheila Dickie
      Alumni Relations, Publications & Public
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      Editor, CED News & CED Views
      College of Environmental Design
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