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Phoebe McCormick Lickwar: Adaptations in Time
Meyerson Hall, B3
210 South 34th Street, Philadelphia
A discussion of recent work by Phoebe McCormick Lickwar, PLA, Founder and Principal at Forge Landscape Architecture.
Phoebe brings over 15 years of experience in the design and construction of culturally significant gardens and civic landscapes, including the National WW1 Memorial at Pershing Park in Washington D.C., the Newport Beach Civic Center Park, and the National 9/11 Memorial in New York. Phoebe is a registered landscape architect in the states of California and Arkansas.
Phoebe teaches at the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, where she holds the rank of Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture. She earned degrees in visual and environmental studies, education, and landscape architecture from Harvard University, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the Rhode Island School of Design. Her writing has been published in Places Journal, LA+ Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture and Journal of Landscape Architecture. She maintains an active arts practice, using photography as an analytical and creative tool for design. Her photographic work has been featured in international juried exhibitions at Rayko Gallery in San Francisco, the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, Sol Mednick Gallery in Philadelphia, Newspace Center for Photography in Portland, Copley Society of Art in Boston, and the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock.
Licensed landscape architects may register for CEU credit at the event.