Denver Botanic Gardens Talk and Tour
8:00 am - 9:30 am (EST)
- Denver Botanic Garden
- 1007 York Street
Start your week with a private tour of three new gardens and an architectural presentation of the concept design for the Center for Science, Art and Education (CSAE).
Light breakfast refreshments will be served.
Cost: $5 for lecture and tour, Denver Botanic Garden entry is free
You must have claimed your Harvard Key to sign in.
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Contact Christina Gomez, JD ‘2002: [email protected] RMHUC President
Contact Allyson Mendenhall, AB ’90, MLA ’99: [email protected]
Harvard Graduate School of Design Alumni Council Chair, Harvard Alumni Association Graduate
School Director, Denver Botanic Garden Mayoral Trustee
8:00-8:10 a.m. Mingle and enjoy refreshments
8:10-8:40 a.m. Presentation of concept design for CSAE building design by architect
8:45-9:30 a.m. Tour of three new gardens with landscape architect
The New Gardens
The Denver Botanic Garden dedicated three new gardens in July 2016—the Steppe Garden, the relocated All-American Select Garden, and the expanded Sensory Garden with an enhanced focus on horticultural therapy. Emmanuel Didier, Principal of Didier Design Studio, will provide a tour of these enchanting new spaces.
The New Building The Center for Science, Art and Education (CSAE) will complete the master plan for Denver
Botanic Garden. Now in the concept design stage, this building will provide state-of– the-art work space for the departments of Art & Exhibits, Science & Research, and Education as well as gallery, auditorium and library resources. Principal David Daniel of Davis Partnership Architects will present the proposed design. DBG opens to the public at 9 a.m. so RMHUC members will have exclusive access to the gardens for the first hour of the event. Attendees are welcome to stay in the gardens after the tour to explore the grounds or stop at the Offshoots Café.
Parking & Transportation
Limited free parking is available in our parking complex between York and Josephine streets. Street parking is available in Cheesman Park, where posted.