Just Circular Communities (JCC) is an interdisciplinary collaborative that seeks to envision and implement localized, regenerative, and community-driven circular systems for a Just Transition – by, with, and for Frontline communities. At the University of Washington, College of Built Environments, students have engaged with JCC topics through Participatory Action Research and Service-Learning design studios. Led by Associate Professor Catherine De Almeida, landscape architecture, architecture, and urban planning students have participated in community-engaged design activities to explore the development of the…
This exhibit features the sketches and watercolor works of Daniel Winterbottom from his neighborhood wanderings and observations of pandemic life: “deserted streets, businesses closing overnight, and a dramatic increase of homeless encampments.” Register and join us on February 24.
This fall, Professor Daniel Winterbottom is using his fellowship to conduct research on prisons and the role landscape plays in them.
Professor Daniel Winterbottom discusses sketching as a form of activism and the role it plays in the field of landscape architecture. | Landscape Architecture Magazine