Department of Culture and Arts – Western Australia annnounces
situate is an international sculpture competition for Perth, Western Australia.
Forrest Place, which is the location of a proposed major multi-million dollar upgrade, has been announced as the site for the artwork.
situate has been designed to encourage innovative partnerships between creative minds from a range of disciplines.
$1million is being offered for an artwork to transform the city landscape and represents a new challenge to public art and its interaction with the built environment in WA.
SOURCE: Department of Culture and Arts – Western Australia via ArtDaily
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WORLD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS COMPETITION IN ANY WAY. IF YOU WISH TO OBTAIN INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE ORGANISER – Department of Culture and Arts – Western Australia
Today, J. William “Bill” Thompson, FASLA, Editor of the Landscape Architecture magazine launched the digital version of the magazine with the April issue. The announcement via Email gave all recipients a complimentary copy for National Landscape Architecture Month
Bill stated in his email that
“Annual subscriptions to the digital version of Landscape Architecture may be purchased for $44.25 per year and single issues may be purchased for $5.25 each, 25 percent off the newsstand price. Current ASLA members and magazine subscribers may choose to receive the magazine in digital format in lieu of print when it is time to renew their membership or subscription. In addition, knowing that many readers keep their magazines for several years for research purposes, past issues of Landscape Architecture going back to May 2006 are being uploaded for single-copy purchase.
Digital issues of Landscape Architecture will be searchable and search-engine-optimized, increasing the magazine’s usefulness for research and archiving. Interactive and multi-media capabilities will also be embedded in the digital issues, allowing readers to link directly to related online information.”
Try the online edition of Landscape Architecture Magazine here
SOURCE: Landscape Architecture Magazine & ASLA
MiamiHerald.com special by Beth Dunlop reports
“The latest episode in this decades-long saga is unfolding now in Miami Beach, where Frank Gehry’s building for the New World Symphony is well under construction…….the Miami Beach City Commission took a preliminary vote to cancel Gehry’s contract for the design of a two-acre park that would connect the campus to Collins Avenue.”
Read the full article at the SOURCE:MiamiHerald.com – Park vs. parking: A Miami Beach Commission vote could sabotage an architect’s vision
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Zoo & Aquarium Visitor reports
“Woodland Park Zoo has received a master use permit from the City of Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development for the planned new west entry, scheduled to open in 2010 to replace the current west and north entries….
Designed by the Seattle architectural firm Weinstein A|U and landscape architects Site Workshop“
Read the full article at the SOURCE: Zoo & Aquarium Visitor – Woodland Park Zoo’s Entrance Get Approval For An Extreme Makeover Zoo and Aquarium Visitor News
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Robert Campbell in a recent The Boston Globe looks into “What changes could coming years bring to Boston’s landscape? We asked the Globe’s architecture critic to gaze into his crystal ball and tell us the shape of things to come.”
Read the full article @ the [SOURCE: Into the future - The Boston Globe]
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