At the 2016 Landscape Institute Scotland (LIS) Annual General Meeting (AGM) the LIS launched an exciting series of lectures and events that aim to foster greater debate and transfer of knowledge within the profession, to which both members and non-members are invited.
The LIS Reflections series aims to bring together more experienced landscape practitioners with the less experienced, emerging and student generations. It will take the form of a series of events and talks.
These events seek to be a platform for knowledge transfer and give opportunities for discussion between members and the public, regarding a range of contemporary issues that concern and impact upon the landscape profession.
If you are interested in speaking at one of these events, or have any ideas, please get in contact via: firstname.lastname@example.org
The first event was held on Wednesday, 27th April 2016 and focused on the Emerging Years. You can find out more about the event HERE
The second event was held on Tuesday, 18th October 2016 and focused on Unity in Design and providing first hand experience of Landscape Architects and Architects working together in unison. You can find out more about the event HERE
The third event was held on Wednesday, 29th March 2017 and focused on Glasgow NOW, providing an insight into three of the biggest projects happening in Glasgow right now. You can find out more about the event HERE
The fourth event was be held on Thursday, 12th October 2017 and will focused on Old + New Icons: the Role of Landscape Architecture, with two fascinating talks about the revival of old icons and the development of new icons of the future. You can find out more about the event HERE
The fifth event was held on Wednesday the 27th of Match 2018 and focused on the Glasgow Avenues project with three fantastic talks on how to transform the city centre from a hostile, traffic dominated streets, to a place for people to enjoy with a more attractive, safer and inclusive streetscape. You can fine out more about the event HERE
The most recent event was held on Wednesday the 24th of April and was focused on Design for Ageing, the theme picked by the first Mark Turnbull Travel Award winner, Dr Amber Roberts for the focus of her research using her winnings from the award. You can find out more about the event HERE.