Feb 19, 2017


11:30am PST


12:30pm PST

Online tickets are no longer available for this event.

Modernist icons Cornelia Oberlander (b. 1921) and Harriet Pattison (b. 1928) sit down with Charles Birnbaum, President and CEO of The Cultural Landscape Foundation, for an illustrated conversation that explores their most celebrated projects including Oberlanders Robson Square and the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, Canada (both with architect Arthur Erickson) and Pattisons Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth TX and Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park (both with architect Lou Kahn). A lively curated discussion will explore their mentors, muses, influences and seminal projects. The two will speak to the idea of what Modernism means to them (then and now), on being a female practitioner (then and now) and the potential challenges associated with the ephemeral qualities of landscape architecture, let alone their design legacies. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet two pioneering practitioners.

The entrance to the Annenberg Theater is located behind the Annenberg Theater Box Office adjacent to the museum's North Parking Lot.