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TCLF Silent Auction

The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s Fourth Annual Silent Auction
October 4-5, 2008

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The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) launched the Pioneers of American Landscape Design initiative in partnership with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) in 2003, with the goal of documenting, collecting, and preserving the unique, first-hand perspectives of renowned landscape practitioners, and to make them available for future generations of stewards, designers, and researchers in a free, online archive. To date, TCLF has filmed such luminaries as M. Paul Friedberg, Edward L. Daugherty, Richard Haag, Lawrence Halprin, Carol R. Johnson, Dan Kiley, Robert Royston, and Ruth Patricia Shelhorn.

To support the development of this and other important educational initiatives, TCLF is conducting its fourth annual silent auction of artwork. This year’s auction features more than 75 sketches, paintings, photographs, books, clothing, garden furniture, and other ephemera executed by notable landscape architects and artists. In addition to the diverse collection of work by both veteran and emerging landscape architects, the auction will include more than a dozen works by celebrated photographers from across the country.

For additional information about the auction or to see the most current list of contributors, visit The Cultural Landscape Foundation website at www.tclf.org/auction.

TCLF is extremely grateful for the generous support from ASLA in making the silent auction possible and to Monrovia Growers, our Lead Sponsor. TCLF also acknowledges the support of all those who have donated their time, work, and talent.

Monrovia Growers

Garden Design Welcome Reception, featuring the TCLF Auction Preview and Bidding
Friday, October 3
6:00-8:00 pm
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Free for all meeting registrants.

Garden Design magazine invites all attendees and exhibitors to kick off our Philadelphia meeting with a stylish party as only they know how to host. Enjoy wine and fabulous hors d’oeuvres as you preview the amazing offerings at The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s fourth annual silent auction. This year’s auction will feature more than 75 sketches, paintings, photographs, books, clothing, garden furniture, and other ephemera executed by notable landscape architects, artists, and photographers. Auction proceeds benefit TCLF’s many important programs, including the Pioneers of American Landscape Design initiative, which documents first-hand perspectives of renowned landscape practitioners for future generations.

Garden Deisgn

 

TCLF Silent Auction at a Glance

Friday
6:00-8:00 pm
Garden Design Welcome Reception, featuring the TCLF Auction Preview and Bidding

Saturday
8:00 am-6:00 pm
The Cultural Landscape Foundation Silent Auction Bidding

Sunday
8:00 am-6:00 pm
The Cultural Landscape Foundation Silent Auction Bidding

Monday
8:00 am-3:30 pm
Successful Bidders Claim their Artwork

Markings by Maxwell Mackenzie
Jerusalem by Lawrence Halprin
Paulicea by Robert Burle Marx
Markings by Maxwell Mackenzie
Jerusalem by Lawrence Halprin
Paulicea by Robert Burle Marx

 

 

Don’t miss the most important annual event for landscape architecture professionals!

Designing a More Sustainable Meeting

ASLA continues to reduce the carbon footprint of the annual meeting and 2008 will be the greenest meeting yet. The official meeting hotels and the Pennsylvania Convention Center are located within walking distance of each other, eliminating the need for shuttle buses. The hotels, convention center, show decorator, transportation company, and other vendors with whom ASLA contracts services must demonstrate a commitment to sustainable practices. ASLA’s printed materials, signage, and decorations are recycled, recyclable, and printed with soy ink. The meeting handouts will be distributed electronically. Meeting attendees may do their part by traveling to the meeting via Amtrak, purchasing a TerraPass, or arranging air travel through GoodShop (see Travel and Hotel Information).