*Postponed: This event has been postponed. Please visit the event web page for further details.
The Garden Design Series lectures are a must for anyone interested in how nature, beauty and functionality can complement each other in gardens from small urban courtyards to big country estates, and even some of the world’s more impressive glasshouses.
The 2020 Garden Design Series, brought to you by Foundation and Friends of the Botanic Gardens will be hosted by Paul Nicholson at the Tattersalls Club Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD.
This year's series feature four inspiring women in the garden design space who will each share their knowledge, ideas and experience. Topics covered will include the importance of outdoor spaces that transform, restore and soothe the soul, as well as therapeutic gardens and the relationship between beauty, care and cultural, social and environmental sustainability.
Part II: Wednesday 22 April The theme of Kate’s talk is "More than Just Looking Good: Beauty, Aesthetics and Care". A founding director of TCL, Kate is a nationally and internationally recognised and awarded landscape architect and environmental artist, with skills in the integration of public art with landscape and urban design. She will examine the role patterning, repetition and multiples play in design, and how they encourage a nexus between beauty, care and environmental, social and cultural sustainability.
Book the full series and save: Lisa Ellis - Wednesday 11 March 2020 Kate Cullity - Wednesday 22 April 2020 Jo Aquilina - Wednesday 13 May 2020 Nicola Cameron - Wednesday 17 June 2020