ASLA 2021 Conference on Landscape Architecture

“Designing Shared Spaces”

Music City Center, Nashville

November 19 – 22, 2021

Tom Mroz, FASLA, President

Tom Mroz, FASLA, President American Society of Landscape Architects

If there is anything the past year has reinforced, it is the value of our relationships, both personal and professional. With the world opening up and the industry changing at a breakneck pace, I am proud to announce that registration for the 2021 Conference on Landscape Architecture is now open. This is an opportunity for our community to gather in-person to discuss what lies ahead for our industry, as we seek to design shared spaces for a post-pandemic future. I look forward seeing you in Nashville, Tennessee.

Welcome to the 2021 Conference on Landscape Architecture in Nashville, Tennessee

Follow Tom’s journey to Nashville!

Stop 1: Check out Tom’s conversation with Kenneth J. Kokroko, ASLA. Tom talked to him in Ann Arbor, Michigan on his running journey to Nashville. Kenneth is presenting this amazing session you do not want to miss:

Storytelling Through Design: Honoring Diverse Voices

Friday, November 19, 2021, 3:45 PM – 5:00 PM CDT

Stop 2: Detroit, Michigan. Tom talked to Brian Staresnick, PLA, ASLA, LEED AP ND about his session:

Old Redford, Exploring Equity, Engagement and Empowerment in Northwest Detroit.

Friday, November 19, 2021
1:30 PM – 4:30 PM CDT

Stop 3: Tom visited Promenade Park, by MKSK Studios. It is an ASLA Ohio Chapter award-winning project in Toledo. A beautiful example of how one of our members project brings this year’s ASLA Conference theme “Designing Shared Spaces”  to life.

ASLA Conference Education Advisory Committee

Tom Mroz, FASLA

Jeannie Martin, FASLA
The Ohio State University

Larry Mizzell, ASLA
Volkert, Inc.

Alisha Eley, ASLA

Duane Border, ASLA
Duane Border Design

Kevin Burke, FASLA
Atlanta BeltLine

Susan Cohen, FASLA
Susan Cohen Landscape Architect

Nick Fobes, ASLA
Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architecture

Gina Ford, FASLA
Agency Landscape + Planning

Kendra Hyson, ASLA
The Maryland National Capitol Park and Planning Commission/ The Urban Studio

Elizabeth Kennedy, ASLA
Elizabeth Kennedy Landscape Architect, PLLC

Glenn LaRue Smith, ASLA

Maura Rockcastle, ASLA

Andrew Sargeant, ASLA
Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow/ The Urban Studio

Jean Senechal Biggs, ASLA
City of Beaverton, OR

Juanita Shearer-Swink, FASLA
Triangle Transit (Retired)

Steven Spears, FASLA
GroundWork Development Company

Michael Stanley, ASLA
Stanley Design Group, LLC.

David Yocca, FASLA
Green Infrastructure/Living Systems Consultant

Tennessee Host Chapter Leaders

Host Chapter Co-Chairs
Larry Mizell, ASLA
Alisha Eley, ASLA

Field Session Co-Chairs
Michael Pavin, ASLA
Tipton Fowlkes, ASLA

Public Relations Co-Chair
Michelle Ye, ASLA
Nathan Oliver, ASLA

Women in Landscape Architecture
Walk Committee Co-Chairs

Sarah Newton, ASLA
Lindsey Bradley, ASLA

ASLA/ACE Mentor Program
Legacy Project Co-Chair

Tylor Fischer, ASLA
Daniel Boutté, ASLA

Host Chapter Booth Chair
Owen Harris, ASLA