Whitney Holt, Brittany Murphy
This past April, 10 students at the University of Oregon installed two land-art pieces on the Eugene campus. The installations explored the capacity of collaborative art making as a tool to be used in landscape architecture practice to foster inclusion and discern community values. In the end, they illuminated Oregon's often overlooked racist origins and complicated history, provoking dialogue among students. The installations were created as part of a student-initiated class, "Collaborative Art-Making: A New Method for Landscape Architecture." Insights The class centered around The Pioneer and The Pioneer Mother, two historically and culturally significant statues located at…
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