- Landscape at the Gardner
- Walter Hood
- Richard Haag
- Ken Smith in Conversation with Charles Waldheim
- Claude Cormier
- Kathryn Gustafson
- Teresa Galí-Izard
- Eelco Hooftman
- Michael Ezban in Conversation with Charles Waldheim
- Laurie Olin
- Andrea Cochran
- Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
- Gary Hilderbrand
- Peter Walker
- Michael Van Valkenburgh
- Ken Smith
- Martha Schwartz
- James Corner
- George Hargreaves
- Rosetta Elkin in conversation with Charles Waldheim
Maeder-York Family Fellowship in
The Maeder-York Family Fellowship in Landscape Studies at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum was created in 2012 to recognize emerging design talent across disciplines dealing with landscape and support experimentation, research, and achievement in design through landscape. In addition, with each selection the committee aims to identify work embodying landscape as a medium of design for the public realm and grow disciplinary and professional capacity within landscape architecture.
The biennial Maeder-York Family Fellowship in Landscape Studies is awarded to an emerging design talent whose work articulates the potential for landscape as a medium of design in the public realm. This initiative is intended to recognize and foster emerging design talent from across the design disciplines whose work embodies the potentials for landscape as a medium of public works.
In 2016, The Maeder-York Family Landscape Fellow will be in residence in one of the Renzo Piano-designed apartments at the Museum for three months during the summer.
Landscape architects and designers from a range of allied design professions including architecture, engineering, urban design and planning, as well as the horticultural and garden arts, who can demonstrate a significant engagement with the landscape medium are invited to apply.
The Selection Process
A jury comprised of international figures in landscape architecture and allied design disciplines will select the 2016 Maeder-York Family Landscape Fellow. The two-stage competition process will identify a short-list of up to five finalists who will be invited to interviews with the competition jury who will recommend a winner and runner-up to be announced in February 2016.
- Fellowship and residency will be June 1- August 31, 2016.
- A monthly stipend of $5000.00 will be provided with an apartment/studio space.
How to Apply
Please submit the following application materials in the form of a single PDF no larger than 25 MB:
- One-page project proposal describing the design/research project to be undertaken
- Current curriculum vitae
- Names and contact information of 3 references (to be contacted at the finalist stage)
- PDF portfolio of recent design work articulating landscape as a medium of design for the public realm
- Please name the PDF Lastname_Firstname.pdf
- Submit the PDF by email attachment to landscapeatthegardner [at] isgm [dot] org
Return of Materials and Usage
All documents submitted to the Gardner Museum through the application process will become the property of the Gardner Museum and may be used, with proper attribution, at a future date by the Museum for noncommercial purposes in any media or format.
December 1, 2015—Deadline for Receipt of Applications
January 18, 2016—Finalists Announced
February 12, 2016—Finalist Interviews
February 15, 2016—Maeder-York Family Landscape Fellow Announced
June 1 - August 31, 2016—Maeder-York Family Landscape Fellow in Residence
For more information contact us at: landscapeatthegardner [at] isgm [dot] org or 617 278 5160.
The Fellowship Jury is comprised of international figures in landscape architecture and allied design disciplines. The two-stage competition process identifies a short-list of up to five finalists who will be invited to interviews with the competition jury.
Alan Berger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Anita Berrizbeitia, Harvard University
Julia Czerniak, Syracuse University
Teresa Galí Izard, University of Virginia
Alissa North, University of Toronto
Richard Weller, University of Pennsylvania
Charles Waldheim, Ruettgers Curator of Landscape, Gardner Museum