LAND ARTS 2010 ADMISSIONS
Opening The Cultivated Wilderness, or, What is Landscape? architecture critic Paul Shepheard reveals that “This book is about seeing things that are too big to see.” He goes on to provide three clear frames to orient our recognition: “The Wilderness
Since 2001 Land Arts of the American West has been developing as an interdisciplinary field program expanding the definition of land art and our relationship to landscape. Land Arts is a semester abroad in our own back yard. Connecting the pedagogic potential of travel with the rigors of field research.
Land Arts at Texas Tech University seeks to cultivate collective energy within an expanded interdisciplinary range of examinations from architecture, the built environment, public culture, literature, science, and geography to explorations of contemporary art practices. Note that in 2010, thanks to the generosity of the James Family Foundation, there will be support for at least one participant to attend from outside Texas Tech University.
The College of Architecture is recruiting students from across Texas Tech University and beyond for Land Arts 2010.
This meeting is for all students interested in applying to the program. We will review the program overview and application details.
Notification of Acceptance: Tuesday