ASLA is accepting proposals for the 2021 Conference on Landscape Architecture in Nashville, Tennessee, November 19-22, 2021.
We are looking for education proposals that will help to drive change in the field of landscape architecture and provide solutions to everyday challenges that are informed by research and practice. Help us shape the 2021 education program by submitting a proposal through our online system by Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. PT.
NEW for 2021
The 2021 conference education program will be organized across dynamic conference tracks. Before submitting your proposal, prepare by reviewing the seven track descriptions, which cover the topics most relevant to the practice of landscape architecture and cross-sector collaborations:
- Design and the Creative Process
- Design Implementation
- Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
- Leadership, Career Development, and Business
- Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure
- Resilience and Stewardship
To coordinate proposals and network with potential speakers, we encourage you to use the Call for Presentations Google group.
Education Session Submission Guidelines
Our session submission guides provide info on what you need to include, expert tips on putting together a winning proposal, and help to determine which session type best fits your proposal:
60- or 75-Minute Education Session Guide
Deep Dive Session Guide
Field Session Guide
Speakers are welcome to use the submission Word templates to collaborate on proposals before completing the online submission. The templates provide descriptions of the required submission information and can be edited and shared:
60- and 75- minute session template
Deep dive session template
Field session template
Conference Session Guide Examples
Review the session descriptions, learning outcomes, and session guides from past conferences.
Please visit the submission site to learn more about criteria, the review process, and key dates.
Submit your session proposal today.
This post is by Katie Riddle, ASLA, director of professional practice at ASLA.