Garden Dialogues 2021: Fayetteville

Hosted by The Cultural Landscape Foundation

Cherokee Garden Library

Saturday, May 15 2021 @ 10am - 11:30am

Please join The Cultural Landscape Foundation to explore The Town at Trilith, a 235-acre New Urbanist community, located adjacent to Trilith Studios, one of the largest purpose-built movie studios in North America, and will be the largest geothermal community in the United States.

Learn about individual parks and plazas that were designed to be unique immersive environments that are inspirational with a “cinematic” quality as well as functional platforms for community gathering play, events, and reflection. Open space design integrated art and sculpture throughout, with the entire development becoming a canvas for creative expression with individual masons, carpenters, and craftsman making major contributions to the overall design aesthetic.

This Garden Dialogue will be led by architect Todd Fuller and landscape architect Philip Shell.

All events will be subject to local guidelines on gatherings. Face coverings will be required at all events and need to be provided by the attendees. Events have been planned to optimize social distancing. Attendance is limited to 25 people, not only to maximize the safety of those attending but to promote an intimate learning experience. If this event needs to be postponed to comply with local ordinances, registrants will be notified directly.


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