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15th Annual Winter Lecture Series: Robert Mallet: Gardens of Meaning
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15th Annual Winter Lecture Series: Robert Mallet: Gardens of Meaning - 153GAR801C
Some gardens stimulate our minds; others generate a more emotional reaction. For celebrated plantsman Robert Mallet, a landscape produces a liberating, therapeutic experience— evoked by biology, psychology, symbolism, and the classic principles of design. Drawing practical lessons with beautiful examples from his work at a historic French garden and the National Hydrangea Collection, Mallet shows how the designer's attention to every detail and nuance—in planting, décor, and geometry—creates a mosaic of highly personal responses in the viewer. In this way, the garden of meaning can become to gateway to humility, curiosity, and respect for the natural world.
Full-time college/university students may register on site for $10 when they present their current student ID. Space is limited.
10:00am - 11:30am
, NYBG - Ross Lecture Hall
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