Days: Wednesdays, January 10, 17, 24 & 31 +
Saturday January 27, 2007
Time: Wednesday classes are 6 - 9 PM and Saturday class is 9 AM - 4 PM
Location: The Berkshire Botanical Garden, Stockbridge, MA
Walter Cudnohufsky will lead this intensive, interactive design clinic which will take a problem solving, case study approach to learning. It will focus on landscape design featuring residential and modest scaled commercial projects. Students will learn multiple techniques to control and become efficient with the "designing mind' and how to apply select design principles. Through practice, students will become conversant with their own version of the design process. Expect home work projects, presentations and exercises in site program development, site analysis, schematic design, form finding and planting design. There will be focused discussions and illuminating exercises included within each class. A materials list from the instructor $20 estimated.
Instructor Walter Cudnohufsky, M.L.A. is a long-time dedicated teacher. Having founded and for twenty years directed the nationally acclaimed Conway (Mass.) School of Landscape Design, he has honed a reasoned approach to planning design. Currently his firm is engaged in many diverse and stimulating regional planning/design projects ranging in scale from modest homes and grand estates to master planning for campuses and institutions, to land conservation.
For more information concerning the certificate
requirements or general program questions call Elisabeth Cary, Director of
Education, Berkshire Botanical Garden, 413-298-3926. An informational meeting
about the Certificate Program will be held Tuesday, September 10 at 5 p.m.
(prior to first Level I class) at the Berkshire Botanical Garden.
To register, call MCLA (413) 662-5180.
For more information, visit the Berkshire Botanical Garden's Horticulture Certificate Program webpage.