2017 Holiday Mixer Sunday Dec 3

November 24, 2017 in Events by Patricia Jennex

11-24-2017 4-12-33 PM

 

Click here for the Alumni Holiday Party 2017 Invite Flier

or click here to sign up.

2017 Alumni Connection Picnic July 23rd

June 12, 2017 in Events by Patricia Jennex

Alumni Picnic 2017 Invite Flier-3

 

Click here to download flier.

July 31, 2016 – Alumni Connection Picnic

June 21, 2016 in Events by Patricia Jennex

July 31, 2016 – Alumni Connection Picnic

Details to follow.

Saturday, July 23, 2016 – San Marcos Growers – Plants for the California Garden

June 21, 2016 in Events by Patricia Jennex

Flier below. More details to follow.

2016July Flier – 2016July

Water, Soil, Trees: Planning for a Sustainable Future Feb 21, 2016 Event

February 16, 2016 in Events by Patricia Jennex

Water, Soil, Trees: Planning for a Sustainable Future

Sunday, February 21, 2016 – 8:00am – 2:00pm
TreePeople Conference Center
12601 Mulholland Drive,  Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Begin the day with a light breakfast and networking, then enjoy three experts’ presentations on preparing for a sustainable future in the face of climate change.  Each presentation will include a Q&A session.

Following the presentations, enjoy an organic lunch and a moderated roundtable discussion between all three presenters.  We will wrap up the day with additional Q&A and networking.

 

Rain Water Harvesting:  a good idea for your landscape
Catch it – Move it – Store it – Use it

Marilee Kuhlmann
Urban Water Group, Inc.
Comfort Zones Garden Design

Be Loyal to Your Soil
What is it?
Why is it important?
What’s going on down there?
Frenemies & enemies of soil
Building better soil

Paula Henson
Urban Water Group, Inc.
Terra Bella Landscape Design

Preparing our trees for the next century…
 Impact of climate change on urban trees
How can we adapt?
Species selection for the next century
Reduce problems and improve tolerance

Lisa Smith
Registered Consulting Arborist #464
ISA Certified Arborist #WE3782
ISA Tree Risk Assessor Qualified

Please RSVP and attend our event!

http://sustainable-feb21.eventbrite.com


COST
$35  Alumni Connection members *
$45  Non-Members

* Membership is open to all UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Program graduates, instructors, current students, and friends and family of Full Members. Annual dues range from $10-$40 depending upon the member category.

TreePeople

Design Thinking Workshop at UCLA Extension

February 16, 2016 in Events by Patricia Jennex

Give your organization an edge in the forward-thinking social-impact movement.

Enroll your team-members in UCLA Extension’s exclusive weekend workshop, “Design Thinking.”
This stimulating three-day experience is led by Marc Mertens, CEO of the revolutionary design firm A Hundred Years, which has been called an operation of “creative genius” (Forbes). It will also be led by the equally talented Barbara Groth, CEO and Creative Director of Big Buddha Baba. Both of these design firms work with projects that are catalysts of social change. In this intensive deep-dive into the tools and methodologies of design thinking, you’ll learn ways to strengthen employees’ insights, brainstorming skills, and design abilities.
Applicable to professionals in various industries, students are given hands-on design challenges, and encouraged to embark on the rich process of research and discovery that can translate into real-world benefits for your organization. Previous projects have involved app building, library reimagining, and redesigning how people experience art.
Enroll now. The future awaits!
Design Thinking Workshop: Designing for Impact
Questions? Contact us at (310) 206-1422, or email ux@uclaextension.edu.

Course Discription:

This three-day workshop is an intensive deep dive into the tools and methodologies of design thinking and prototyping. Students are given a real-world design challenge and then embark on the process of research and discovery, mapping the challenge, brainstorming the possibilities, sketching and improvisation, defining the opportunity, and prototyping experiences to drive impact across digital and physical landscapes. The emphasis in the workshop is on immersion, collaboration, experimentation, invention, and experience design.

Los Angeles: A Hundred Years
Friday, 6-9pm,
March 4

Los Angeles: A Hundred Years
Saturday & Sunday, 10am-6pm,
March 5 – 6

3 meetings total

No refund after Mar 3.

LARE Exam Prep at UCLA Extension Feb & Mar 2016

February 16, 2016 in Events by Patricia Jennex

Need Help Studying for the LARE? Sign up for Our Review Courses.
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LARE Exam Prep at UCLA Extension

Let UCLA Extension’s highly regarded preparation courses guide you through the Landscape Architect Registration Exam (LARE).
Our thorough review courses provide current materials and practice vignettes for all sections of this challenging national licensing exam.
LARE exam preparation courses offer:
• Convenient schedules-Sections 1, 2, and 3 are 1-day courses; Section 4 is 2 days
• Flexible enrollment options-enroll in just one review or all four
• Essential keys to pass the exam-subject matter mastery, problem-solving skills, and test-taking strategies
• Expert instruction-by Landscape Architect, Angela Woodward, BLSA (CA 2126)

LARE 1
Sat., March 12, 9 am-5 pm
LARE 2
Sun., March 13, 9 am-5 pm
LARE 3
Sun., Feb 28, 9 am-5 pm
LARE 4
Fri., Feb 26, 1 pm-7 pm
Sat., Feb 27, 9 am-5 pm

Enroll Today and gain the confidence and mastery you need to succeed!
UCLA Extension, 10995 Le Conte Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024-1333, (310) 825-9971

4 Upcoming Events: Drought and Beauty, Landscape as Necessity Debate Series

October 11, 2015 in Events by Patricia Jennex

October 9 2015, Helms Design Center 6:00 pm

Presenters:
Kate Cullity, Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Melbourne
Mia Lehrer, Mia Lehrer & Associates, Los Angeles

Moderated by:
Kelly Shannon
USC Landscape Architecture + Urbanism

November 20 2015, Helms Design Center 6:00 pm

Presenters:
James Burnett, OJB, Solana Beach
Mark Rios, Rios Clementi Hale Studios, Los Angeles

Moderated by:
Stephanie Landregan, UCLA Extension Program in Landscape Architecture

February 5 2016, Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) 6:00 pm

Presenters:
Els Verbakel & Elie Derman, Derman Verbakel Architecture, Tel Aviv
Allen Compton, SALT, Los Angeles

Moderated by:
Rennie Tang, Cal Poly Pomona Landscape Architecture

March 4 2016, Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) 6:00 pm

Presenters:
Martí Franch, EMF Landscape Architecture, Girona
Gerdo Aquino, SWA, Los Angeles

Moderated by:
Hadley Arnold, Arid Lands Institue
with panelist Joseph Byrne, Best Best and Kreiger LLP

 

Locations:

Helms Bakery Design Center, 8745 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232 (FREE Valet parking at Venice & Helms)
Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI), 525 South Hewitt, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Sponsors

U S C , G ra d u a te L a n d s ca p e A r c h i t e c t u r e & U r b a n i s m
C a l P o l y P o m o n a , L a n d s ca p e A r c h i t e c t u r e
UCLA , E x t e n s i o n P r o g ra m i n L a n d s ca p e A r c h i t e c t u r e
LALA , L a n d s ca p e A r c h i t e c t s L o s A n g e l e s
A L I , A r i d L a n d s I n s t i t u t e
M i a L e h r e r + A s s o c i a t e s
N e u t ra V D L H o u s e
H e l m s D e s i g n Ce n t e r
B e s t B e s t & K r e i g e r L L P

Click Here for Flier: Drought and Beauty

Drought and Beauty

Annual IESOC Exterior Lighting Expo Event with Speaker Janet Lennox Moyer

September 27, 2015 in Events by Patricia Jennex

Illuminating Engineering Society (IES)  of Orange County invites you to join us for our 2015 ANNUAL IESOC EXTERIOR LIGHTING EXPO
with FEATURED SPEAKER JANET LENNOX MOYER, FIALD, COLD

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 – 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Tustin Ranch Golf Club
12442 Tustin Ranch Road • Tustin, CA 92782

AGENDA

5:30-9:00 pm Attendee registration and EXPO Open
5:30-9:00 pm Cash Bar Open
6:00-8:30 pm Dinner buffet served
7:00-8:00 pm Janet Moyer on “LED affects on Landscape Lighting – how it changes the magic”
6:30, 7:30, 8:30 pm Raffle

Janet Lennox Moyer
Jan & Brooke Luminae, LLC

Janet Lennox Moyer, FIALD, COLD, recipient of many design awards has judged lightingcompetitions, been published extensively and taught all over the world. Her practice hasincluded interior, commercial, and residential lighting, but her emphasis shifted to landscape lighting in 1983. Brooke Silber joined Jan as partner in the new firm Jan & Brooke, Luminae in February 2012.

Jan wrote the internationally acclaimed The Landscape Lighting Book. Originally published in 1992 with the second edition released by John Wiley in March 2005, and the third edition, released in July 2013, which integrates the disruptive technology LED, how it is changing lighting, and what to look for in the future. Ms. Moyer will have books available after the presentation.

ATTENDEE INFORMATION

Learn the latest in exterior lighting products geared towards Lighting Designers, Architects, Landscape Architects, Municipalities, Project Owners, Contractors and Developers. Hear the reknowned Janet Moyer speak on LED lighting. This is a MUST attend event!

COST:

  • EXPO is FREE
  • Dinner is FREE
  • (Optional) Janet Moyer Presentation $25/person

Please Register (especially for Ms. Moyer) by November 10, 2015.
Register on iesorange.org

ESOC will supply:

  • Food (Mexican buffet) and a Cash Bar
  • 3 Prize drawings

For more information, contact ELE Co-Chairs:

  • Pat Jones: pjones@intenselighting.com
  • Richard Lund: richard.lund@strong-world.com
  • Yvonne English: yvonne@LegendsDesignStudio.com

ELE Attendee Flyer September 2015

Fall Quarter 2015: Fundamentals of Exterior Lighting course at UCLA Extension

September 14, 2015 in Education, Events by Patricia Jennex

Understanding how the eye functions as light levels change is critical to successful lighting design. In this course, students learn the unique lighting design skills of manipulating the eye through dark and light spaces and creating safe night spaces and compositions. The course highlights
basic light concepts, such as the lighting vocabulary; how the eye and brain function to provide vision: how we see light and how it affects what we “see”; and how to quantify color for lighting design. Attendees learn various light
sources: incandescent, halogen, Fluorescent, HID, LED and Low Pressure Sodium; luminaires (fixtures); controls; and photometry. The course covers various exterior lighting applications for roadways, sports lighting, retail/commercial, structures, parking lots, building exteriors, landscapes and residential design.
Instruction covers the process of lighting design and its concepts, such as designing with respect to the dark sky; addressing safety and security. A discussion of the sustainable standards,
such as LEED; energy efficiency; municipal codes and standards; and how light affects health is presented.

Instructor: Yvonne English (’08), RLA CA 5482, LEED AP

To enroll:
Go to https://www.uclaextension.edu/Pages/default.aspx, click on “quick enroll” and enter the corresponding Reg# or call (310) 825-9414
For more information about the Landscape Architecture Program at UCLA Extension visit: http://landarch.uclaextension.edu/

Reg# 259302
Extension Gayley Center
1145 Gayley Ave. rm. 111
Sat 9am-4pm; Oct 3 & 17, Nov 14

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