Bob Mayer leads an early morning bird walk on March 22. Details »
Susanne Lucas speaks of bamboo history, horticulture, and its current uses on Wednesday, April 2. Details »
Propagator Jack Alexander teaches how to plant and germinate seeds on Saturday, April 5. Details »
The Arnold Arboretum is a community resource for education, offering a variety of learning opportunities including lectures, classes, workshops, and tours of our living collections and historical landscape. Join us as we explore the biology and horticulture of woody plants, and delve into topics related to Earth’s biodiversity and evolutionary history, the environment, conservation biology, and key social issues associated with current science.
Mikyoung Kim, MLA, Landscape Architect and Professor Emerita, Rhode Island School of Design
Thursday, March 27, 7:00-8:30pm, Weld Hill Building
The interplay of sound, light, and color characterizes the award-winning designs of Mikyoung Kim. The public spaces she designs juxtapose intimacy with vibrancy, solitude amid community, technology with nature, and formality with playfulness. Her work is an alchemy of multisensory experience reminiscent of her musical background. Mikyoung Kim will speak about her design process, inspiration, and the ways that her landscapes—healing environments to public parks— inform and move people.
Free members and students, $15 nonmembers See details and register »