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by Eric last modified May 18, 2011

I came across this June 2011 event listed at the Morton Arboretum website: Part designer, planner, social reformer, conservationist and artist! Explore the world of one of America's most influential landscape architects with a tour of the exhibit, “Jens Jensen: Landscapes for People.” See original landscape drawings, archival photographs, and modern color photographs of Jensen’s ideas. See the impact of landscapes he presented in his 1939 book, ‘Siftings.’ Then, join Arboretum landscape architect, Susan Jacobson,...




 

 

Picture 3 I came across this June 2011 event listed at the Morton Arboretum website:

Part designer, planner, social reformer, conservationist and artist! Explore the world of one of America's most influential landscape architects with a tour of the exhibit, “Jens Jensen: Landscapes for People.” See original landscape drawings, archival photographs, and modern color photographs of Jensen’s ideas. See the impact of landscapes he presented in his 1939 book, ‘Siftings.’ Then, join Arboretum landscape architect, Susan Jacobson, to discover how Jensen has helped shape the landscape of the Chicago area by capturing the horizontal lines of the prairie while providing places for people to find relaxation, restoration, and renewal in nature. Register at www.mortonarb.org/education or 630-719-2468. Costs $19 (discounts for Arboretum members). Adults. Sterling Morton Library.
 June 29: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

We'll provide additional details on the exhibit as we learn of them. Info about visiting the Morton Arboretum here.

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