Confronting Landscapes of Conflict // 2017 Glimcher Distinguished Visiting Professor Exhibit

Banvard Gallery / Knowlton Hall
November 15, 2017 - 5:30pm to December 14, 2017 - 5:00pm

The Banvard Gallery will host the 2017 Glimcher Exhibition Confronting Landscapes of Conflict from 11/15 through 12/14. The official opening will take place on 11/17 at 5:30 p.m. with an opening event hosted by Bryan C. Lee Jr. (BSArch '06). Lee is Founder and Director of Design at Colloqate Design in New Orleans and Vice President and Programs Director for NOMA Louisiana. Refreshments and support provided by student organizations NOMA Ohio State, SCASLA, CRPSA and SERVitecture.

2017 Herb and DeeDee Glimcher Distinguished Visiting Professor Walter Hood is the Creative Director and Founder of Hood Design Studio in Oakland, CA. He is also a professor at the University of California, Berkeley and lectures on professional and theoretical projects nationally and internationally.

Walter Hood presented a lecture as part of the Baumer Lecture Series on 10/25.

About the Exhibition

As conflict over Confederate monuments has escalated recently, this exhibit seeks to explore how we, as landscape architects, planners and architects, can engage, confront or perhaps transform these contestations in the built environment. 

About the Team

Curated by:
Kristi Cheramie, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture
Mattijs van Maasakkers, Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning

Supported by:
2017 Glimcher Visiting Professor Walter Hood
landscape architecture and city and regional planning students


This exhibition has been made possible with support from the Knowlton School, Hood Design Studio, the Landscape Architecture Section, and the Glimcher Distinguished Visiting Professorship.