On Thursday, November 8, the Dutch School of Landscape Architecture (DSL) organizes the symposium 'Crossing Borders in Landscape Architecture' in Delft on the meaning of internationalisation for the field of landscape architecture.
What does internationalisation mean for practice and competences of (future) landscape architects who work abroad and vice versa? What does internationalisation require of curricula? And what is necessary to become successful in international research projects?
The Dutch Master's programs (Wageningen UR, TU Delft, Amsterdam Academy), Bachelor's programs (VHL Velp and HAS Den Bosch), the NVTL and representatives from agencies and the government share their experiences, vision and questions. What are the trends, opportunities and risks? And how can we cope with different cultural backgrounds & ethical dilemmas?
- Venue: TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Build Environment, Berlagezaal 1, Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL Delft
- Time: 8 November 2018, 14.00-17.00, drinks afterwards
- Language is English
13.30 Gathering and Coffee
14:00 WELCOME – Jan Herman Meijer (DSL) & Eric Luiten (TU Delft, moderator)
14.10 INTRODUCTION Thoughts on internationalisation – Lisa Mackenzie, Senior Lecturer Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA)
14.30 Panel discussion/interview – landscape architects from practice on work experience in different contexts & changes in the offices during the last years – Gloria Font (Senior designer municipality of Amsterdam/Atelier Font), Judith van der Poel (Niek Roozen Landscape Architects), Timo Cents (Arcadis) & Gertjan Jobse (N.V.T.L.)
15.00 Education – Daily practice at TU Delft – Inge Bobbink, Associate Professor in Landscape Architecture at TU Delft
15.50 Education – HBO's & internationalisation – Jack Martin, Education and innovation coordinator at Van Hall University of Applied Sciences
16.05 Practice - Business across borders – Mathias Lehner (BNA International)
16.20 Panel dialog – Internationalisation: did it, will it change the discipline? Hetty van der Stoep (Programme Director BSc/MSc Landscape Architecture and Planning Wageningen University), Mathias Lehner (BNA), Lisa Mackenzie (ESALA), Joeri de Bekker (Lecturer HAS Den Bosch University), Inge Bobbink