MARION WEISS AND MICHAEL MANFREDI HONORED WITH MERCEDES T. BASS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS IN RESIDENCE FELLOWSHIP AT THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME
Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi have been honored with the Mercedes T. Bass Landscape Architects in Residence Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome.
The American Academy in Rome invites distinguished artists and scholars from around the world to come together and reside at the Academy for periods of one to three months. Invitations are extended to senior artists and scholars of international standing in the following disciplines: architecture; design; historic preservation and conservation; landscape architecture; literature; musical composition; visual arts; ancient studies; medieval studies; Renaissance and early modern studies; and modern Italian studies.
During their stay, Residents serve as senior advisers to Rome Prize recipients and to other members of the Academy community, and lead Academy-wide events including concerts, exhibitions, studio visits, lectures, readings, and instructional walks through Rome.
Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi will be delivering the keynote lecture, Water, Landscape, and Architecture, at Villa Aurelia, Wednesday, April 17th at 6pm (GMT+2). The lecture precedes a conference on April 18 at the American Academy on Water and Culture: A View from Rome. Livestream the event here.