CANCELLED: Landscape Lectures:
Thursday, February 13, 7:00 PM
Unfortunately, this lecture has been cancelled due to anticipated inclement weather. We are working on rescheduling the lecture this spring, date TBA. For information on the rescheduled lecture, please visit http://www.gardnermuseum.org/landscape/lectures. Current ticket reservations will be honored for the rescheduled event.
If you have purchased tickets and require a refund, please contact the box office by phone at 617 278 5156 or stop by the admission desk during museum hours. The box office hours are 10am - 5pm Wednesday through Monday, and until 6pm on Thursdays.
One of the best known landscape architects practicing today, Laurie Olin is founding partner of OLIN, recipient of the 2008 Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for excellence and innovation. In 2012, President Obama awarded him the National Medal of Arts. Recent projects include the new Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia and Director Park, a active and versatile urban plaza in the heart of Portland, Oregon. Olin has taught at the University of Pennsylvania for 40 years and is the author of many books and essays.
Landscape Lectures begin at 7 pm in Calderwood Hall. Lectures include Museum admission and require a ticket; tickets can be reserved online, in person at the door, or by phone: 617 278 5156. Museum admission: adults $15, seniors $12, students $5, free for members.
When a lecture sells out, the Museum will offer a limited number of obstructed view seats the night of the event via a sign-up list at the Admissions desk. The sign-up sheet will become available at the Admissions desk at 6 pm. We will make every attempt to seat everyone but cannot guarantee a seat once we are at capacity. Seats will be assigned 5 minutes prior to the lecture time. These obstructed view seats will be free of charge.
Image: at left, Bryant Park, New York, NY. Photo: © OLIN / Sahar Coston-Hardy. Above, Hours of daylight, Boston, Sept. 21, 2013 - Sept. 20, 2014.
The Museum receives operating support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.