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Lecture: The Landscape Legacy of Jens Jensen

May 20, 2:45 pm3:45 pm

In-personFree to the Public

Lubar Auditorium

Examine the legacy of Jens Jensen, an influential designer of landscapes at the turn of the 20th century, during a lecture led by Stephen McCarthy, American Society of Landscape Architects.

Best known for his natural landscapes as part of the Prairie School movement, Jensen designed spaces with emphasis on native plants and careful spatial composition, attention to the play of light and shadow, and naturalistic rock work and water features inspired by the native Midwest landscape.

This event is free to attend; Museum admission is not required. Extend your visit to the galleries by reserving admission tickets in advance.

Event attendees are encouraged to wear masks while inside the Museum. This recommendation follows CDC guidance for counties with a high COVID-19 community level. 

About the speaker: Stephen McCarthy has practiced landscape architecture in both the public and private sectors for the past 40 years. He focuses on public sector natural resource-based projects, native landscape restoration, and natural area preservation.

This lecture is presented with support by the Garden Club, a Milwaukee Art Museum support group.

Location: 700 N. Art Museum Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53202 + Google Map