|When:||Back to Calendar November 5, 2012 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Where:||The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
750 Camino Lejo
Santa Fe,NM 87505
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|Cost:||Free/members or $10/non-members|
|Tags:||$10 to Non-Members Free To Members Reservations Required|
Baker H. Morrow, Lecture, “Whatever Happened to Cabeza de Vaca”
Baker H. Morrow, FASLA, has been a principal of Morrow Reardon Wilkinson Miller, Ltd., Landscape Architects, for the past 39 years. His office has earned over 110 design awards and citations since 1980. The Journal Center and the Big I in Albuquerque are among the notable projects of his office, as well as the renovation of Santa Fe Plaza and downtown Artesia, New Mexico. Mr. Morrow is the founder of the Master of Landscape Architecture Program at UNM’s School of Architecture and Planning, where he currently serves as the University’s first Professor of Practice. A third-generation New Mexican, he is the author of Best Plants for New Mexico Gardens and Landscapes and the co-editor of Canyon Gardens: The Ancient Pueblo Landscapes of the American Southwest. His most recent book is Cabeza de Vaca’s The South American Expeditions, 1540-1545, for which he was the translator. In 2001, Mr. Morrow became the first native New Mexican to be elected a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects. He was the recipient of the Stewart Udall Cultural Landscape Preservation Award from the New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance in 2008.
Lecture is free to members of the Society, $10 for non-members. (Memberships in the Spanish Colonial Arts Society begin at $40 and may be purchased at the door.)
Reservations are required, so please call 505-982-2226 to reserve.