Matthew Coolidge is the founder and director of the Center for Land Use Interpretation, an education and research organization based in Los Angeles, established in 1994. The CLUI takes a broadly interdisciplinary approach to the investigation of land use, drawing on the natural sciences, sociology, art, architecture, and history in order to increase and diffuse information about how land in the United States is apportioned, utilized, and perceived. The Center produces public programs including tours, lectures, and events, publishes books, and web resources, including a web site with a searchable database of “unusual and exemplary” land use in the United States.
Coolidge will take the audience on a tour through unusual and exemplary land use across the country, and describe recent expeditions, tours, exhibitions, and other programs produced along the way.
Anthropogeomorphology and the Search for Meaning in the Built American Landscape
Wednesday, May 22, 7pm
Oxford Presentation Room, Oxford Building (same building as Barnes & Noble)
1390 Oxford Road, Atlanta, GA 30322
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