This is a Seven Event Series which traces the origins and current status of our landscape and cultural evolution, transitions into a focused conversation on local resources, scarcity and the regulations which address our use of these resources within the environmental design community, next moves into a specific discussion of our contemporary perspective on developing the built fabric of our community from the perspective of two local architects and historians and concludes with three conversations on the perspectives of local Architects, Planners and landscape Architects and their views of Critical Practice in Arid lands.
The Series begins with two of Tucson’s most accomplished critical observers: David Yetman and Corky Poster. Yetman and Poster will share their perceptions on our natural and cultural landscape and join an invited circle of guests from our community in the Colloquium circle which follows.
All Speakers will deliver their message between 4:30 and 6:00 pm at The Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Building on Campus(AME) at the N/E corner of Speedway and Mountain, Room S202.
Following the talks all attendees will be invited to attend the Colloquium Conversation which will follows from 6:00 to 7:30pm in the Sundt Gallery at the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (CALA) 1040 N. Olive Dr.