Registration for reVISION ASLA 2020 closes Wednesday, November 18, at 3:00 pm EST.
Even if you can’t attend live, all education sessions will be available on-demand. Register by November 18 and you’ll have access to reVISION ASLA 2020 content from November 23, 2020 through January 31, 2021.
The reVISION ASLA 2020 program includes education sessions in five tracks, allowing registrants to earn up to 25 Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System™ (LA CES™)-approved professional development hours (PDH) by watching sessions live or on-demand.
Individuals can earn PDH by passing an exam after each session, and then download course certificates from the event platform.
For a taste of the experience, a number of reVISION ASLA events are available to watch (for free!) right now. Check them out, and then register by November 18 for full access to the education session recordings and to earn up to 25 PDH!
Professional and Student Awards
Each year, ASLA honors the best work of professionals and students from across the country and around the world.
Council of Fellows Investiture Ceremony
Election to the ASLA Council of Fellows is among the highest honors ASLA bestows on members and is based on their works, leadership/management, knowledge, or service.
Honorary Members Celebration
Honorary Membership recognizes persons other than landscape architects whose achievements of national or international significance or influence have provided notable service to the profession of landscape architecture.
Honors and President’s Medal Presentation
Selected by ASLA’s Board of Trustees, the honors represent the highest recognition ASLA bestows each year. ASLA is privileged to present the ASLA Medal, ASLA Design Medal, Community Service Award (Individual), the LaGasse Medal (Landscape Architect Professional and Non-Landscape Architect Professional), the Jot D. Carpenter Teaching Medal, the Landscape Architecture Firm Award, the Medal of Excellence, the Olmsted Medal, Emerging Professional Medal, and a special presentation by ASLA President Wendy Miller, FASLA.
Inside the LA Studio
reVISION registrants have access to the full Inside the LA Studio series, including discussions with firm leadership, beyond these short clips.
Inside the LA Studio with EDSA
Celebrating 60 years of practice, EDSA looks to the future to build upon a legacy that has redefined landscape architects as influencers of global stewardship, responsible land development, and innovative design. Through project works and a culture of collaboration, the 145-person firm is committed to a continuous evolution of creating purposeful places and healthy environments.
Inside the LA Studio with Raymond Jungles, Inc.
Since 1985, Raymond Jungles, Inc. has developed a dynamic practice inspired by the ethic of stewardship of the land under the leadership of Raymond Jungles, FASLA. The firm’s work is innovative yet timeless, proposing design solutions that respond to surrounding natural systems while restoring nature’s balance and harmony on a micro-scale. The firm’s completed gardens personify timelessness and beauty, with verdant spaces that entice participation and soothe the psyche.
Inside the LA Studio with Cadence
Cadence began their start up in 2010 with one goal in mind: to operate a business based on the Golden Rule. At the time, Rebecca Bradley, ASLA, and Gage Couch, ASLA, saw a void in the South Florida design market for thoughtful, site-specific design which was responsive to both nature and the communities they serve. The startup aimed to rework how we function as designers, local citizens, and individuals—with meaning and joy. Now a team of six, Cadence continues to focus on connecting physical and social landscapes and understanding how humans and the built environment can make a positive impact on nature.
2020 ASLA-ACE Mentor Legacy Project
More than a decade ago, ASLA introduced the Legacy Project as a gift to the host city of the annual conference. The host chapter teams up with the local affiliate of the ACE Mentor Program to design a project to be installed after the conference. This year, the ASLA Florida Chapter committed to the re-development of Liberty City Elementary School Yard as the site for the Legacy Project. This hands-on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) educational project is being lead by Professor Ebru Özer, ASLA, member of the ASLA Florida Chapter, providing guidance to the eleven-student Miami Coral Park Senior High ACE Legacy Team.
Registration is $199 for full ASLA members and $25 for student members.
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