A series of educational sessions and workshops presented by LABash sponsors open to:
Those registered for LABash 2021
Any landscape architecture student who registers with a university email address
Only those who meet this criteria will be approved for access.
Applying BIM Workflows to Site Design and Documentation
Vectorworks AfterBash Session
Building design professionals are increasingly adopting Building Information Modeling (BIM) in their projects and asking Landscape Architects to use the same processes. This workshop will introduce site-specific BIM processes and describe how current technology supports Landscape Architecture curriculums in preparing professionals to use these workflows in their site design, analysis and documentation.
Monday, April 12 @ 1:00 pm ET
ASLA Student Member Benefits and Mentorship
ASLA AfterBash Session
Join President Tom Mroz, FASLA and Vice President of Membership Brad McCauley, ASLA as they share their personal stories of why they are ASLA members and leaders. ASLA student membership is free as is the new mentorship program. Hear from Ashley Truitt, Student ASLA, about her mentorship experience with Tom, too. Most of the session will be dedicated for questions and answers as they want to hear from you!
Monday, April 12 @ 6:00 pm ET
CLARB: How-to and Why!
CLARB AfterBash Session
Join CLARB's staff to learn more about the importance of licensure and how to get started with your Council Record to begin the L.A.R.E. (exam) process. There will be plenty of time for questions, so please do ask- and be ready to tell us about your post-graduation plans too. We're excited to share all we can about CLARB's services and how we can support you on your path to licensure post-graduation.
Thursday, April 15 @ 1:00 pm ET
LAF & You: Career Acceleration
Landscape Architecture Foundation AfterBash Session
In this session, you will hear from a panel of landscape architecture professionals on how the Landscape Architecture Foundation helped shape their careers from student level through senior professional level. Through programs such as the Olmsted Scholarship to Fellowships to LAF Board service and beyond, you will learn why LAF is important to you now and through your entire career.
Monday, April 19 @ 1:00 pm ET
Benches, Tables, and Bike Racks with DuMor Inc
DuMor AfterBash Session
Best Practices and Regulations for Benches, Tables, and Bike Racks with DuMor Site Furnishings
Monday, April 19 @ 6:00 pm ET
Sasaki: Better Design, Together
Sasaki AfterBash Session
Sasaki will conduct a fun and interactive session. It will start with a general firm introduction led by the LA+CE hiring committee co-chairs, Anna Cawrse and Ming-Jen Hsueh, on the firm's culture and key initiatives. We will then follow up with a series of stories shared by fellow Sasakians. Lastly, we would like to learn from you through the conversation and open up to any questions.
Thursday, April 22 @ 1:00 pm ET
The Presidents Council: Landscape Architecture Organizations and You
Presidents Council AfterBash Session
The Presidents Council (ASLA, LAF, LAAB, CELA, CLARB) will be presenting a panel for students to know who their professional landscape architecture organizations are and how to get engaged with these organizations. We will provide an overview of how and when each organization supports their time as students and once they enter the profession.
Thursday, April 22 @ 6:00 pm ET
Applying to the 2021 ASLA Student Awards Program
ASLA AfterBash Session
Learn about the ASLA Student Awards application process and tips for submitting a successful entry. Students who register and attend will be entered into a raffle to win a free award entry for 2021! For more details on the program, visit https://www.asla.org/2021cfe/student-home.html.
Monday, April 26 @ 1:00 pm ET
Aloha ʻĀina – Landscape Architecture in Hawaii
University of Hawaii at Manoa AfterBash Session
During this session, hosted by the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa MLA program and UHM SCASLA, professors Judith Stilgenbauer, Simon Bussiere, and Phoebe White will briefly present three recent applied design research projects that highlight Hawaii-specific design challenges and opportunities at the interface of land and water. The presentations will be followed by Q&A and a casual conversation about studying landscape architecture in Hawaii.
Monday, April 26 @ 6:00 pm ET
MLA & Co-op at the University of Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati AfterBash Session
The MLA Program at the University of Cincinnati is in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. We have two MLA options for BSLA or BLA graduates that are 4 or 5 consecutive semesters, including one or two semesters of cooperative education. We are closely affiliated with the international Living Architecture community and the Sustainable Sites Initiative SITES®. Meet with our students during this session to learn more.
Thursday, April 29 @ 1:00 pm ET
Anova Virtual Sketch Crawl
Anova AfterBash Session
Join Anova for a virtual sketch crawl led by landscape architect Craig Stoffel of Hord Coplan Macht. The first 25 student registrants will receive a free sketch book in the mail!
Thursday, April 29 @ 6:00pm ET
EDSA AfterBash Session
Details coming soon!
Monday, May 3 @ 1:00 pm ET
ASLA Portfolio Review
ASLA AfterBask Session
Details and instructions coming soon!
Thursday, May 6 @ 1 pm ET
Trivia with mmcité!
mmcité AfterBash Session
Sign up for a fun afternoon of trivia with us, and let us test your knowledge on all things landscape architecture, mmcité, and even some fun questions about our home country of the Czech Republic. The first 25 people to sign up will receive a special gift package with mmcité merch and some “study materials”!
Monday, May 10 @ 1:00 pm ET
Design Talk: Using Natural Stone in Landscape Architecture
Natural Stone Institute AfterBash Session
With so many building materials on the market today, what makes natural stone the best material for your application? Join us as a group of design professionals discuss why they chose natural stone in their exterior projects. Dive into the design process of several recent projects to explore the latest design trends, technology and the benefits of collaborating across disciplines. Learn how you can satisfy many green building goals by using natural stone.
Thursday, May 13 @ 1:00 pm ET
Extraordinary Play: Designing Playgrounds for Placemaking
Earthscape AfterBash Session
As a landscape designer/architect, how can you thoughtfully weave narrative, place-making, and learning into children's play spaces? Join our playground designers for an interactive discussion about custom, contemporary, wood playgrounds that contribute to community building. We will sketch, model and discuss the creative story-focused playground design process we use with our landscape architect collaborators. We will also share some 'behind-the-scene' stories of our favorite playful spaces.
Monday, May 17 @ 1:00 pm ET
WashU Alumni Panel
Washington University in St. Louis AfterBash Session
WashU MLA students moderate a conversation with alumni, reflecting on design and research work they began during their time in the MLA program relating to ‘compacted grounds’.
Monday, May 17, 6:00 pm ET