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Women in the Dirt: Landscape Architects Shaping Our World (2011)

Landscape frames our days: trees or flowers, sidewalks and walls, city parks or private gardens. But who envisions this framework for our daily lives? Women in the Dirt is a documentary ... See full summary »

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Cheryl Barton ...
Herself
John Chase ...
Himself - Writer, Urban Designer, Client
Andrea Cochran ...
Herself - Landscape Architect, Modernist
Isabelle Greene ...
Herself - Landscape Architect, Artist
Susan Heeger ...
Herself - Writer, Magazine Editor
Mia Lehrer ...
Herself - Landscape Architect
Lauren Melendrez ...
Herself - Landscape Architect, Political Activist
Miriam Mulder ...
Herself - Architect
Mary Myers ...
Herself - Writer, Professor
Pamela Palmer ...
Herself - Landscape Architect, Artist
Joyce Perkins ...
Herself - Environmental Landscape Commissioner, Los Angeles
Daniel Rosenfeld ...
Himself - Senior Deputy for Economic Development, Los Angeles
Ken Smith ...
Himself - Landscape Architect, NYC
Katherine Spitz ...
Herself - Architect, Landscape Architect
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Herself - Narrator (voice)
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Landscape frames our days: trees or flowers, sidewalks and walls, city parks or private gardens. But who envisions this framework for our daily lives? Women in the Dirt is a documentary about seven groundbreaking landscape architects. Their work ranges from intimate, jewel-like gardens to vast urban projects. Artists and scientists, the women bring to their work awareness of sustainability, function, and beauty. Women in the Dirt reveals how these self-described, masters of the obvious create the sublime. Written by Anonymous

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