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Waterworks Lecture April 17th


As proud sponsors of the Minneapolis Park Board series, we would like to invite you to come to the

2015 Next Generation of Parks Lecture Series Opening Night!

Friday April 17, 6:00PM - reception, 7:00PM lecture.

Reception: U of MN Northrup Atrium

Lecture: Northrup Best Buy Auditorium: 84 Church Street S.E. Minneapolis, MN 55455

by Kate Orff, Founder & Principal, SCAPE Landscape Design, and 2014 Buckminster Fuller Institute Challenge winner

We are so happy to see our riverfont recreation opportunities grow and are glad so support the important work is being done reestablish the riverfront as the epicenter of what brought Minneapolis into being!

From the Minneapolis Park Board website:

Spotlighting parks design and innovation

Through the Next Generation of Parks™ Lecture Series, global design innovators and local thought-leaders showcase the most exciting new parks destinations and delve into important issues affecting our vibrant city and region.

The 2015 series features impressive talent and dynamic speakers from across the county and around the world – including our own backyard.

This is a FREE public event

Seating is Limited • Register to Secure Your Seat

Get Tickets Parking & Directions (reserved parking available)

Co-presented with the University of Minnesota as part of the Nature 3.x: Where is Nature Now? Symposium April 17-18, 2015


More about Kate Orff:


Kate Orff and Rob Rogers

News release | SCAPE with Rogers Marvel named Water Works park designers

July 8, 2013 by Janette Law

Team will collaborate extensively with Central Riverfront master planning team on way to early 2014 design

Minneapolis, Minn. – SCAPE and Rogers Marvel will shape one of the most dynamic destinations on the Mississippi River, the Minneapolis Parks Foundationand Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board announced today. The team was selected to create a schematic design for Water Works, a Minneapolis Park Board-owned riverfront district including the former Fuji Ya restaurant site and centered on St. Anthony Falls, the only true waterfall on the Mississippi River – “America’s fourth coast.” Water Works schematic design will begin in August of this year, targeting an early 2014 completion.