Jun 14


11:30am - 1:30pm


Richmond City Hall, Richmond, BC, Canada

11:45am – Performance by Scheldoncole
12:15pm – TALK: Fluvial Fan with Nicole Alden, Genevieve Depelteau and John Musil, UBC School of Landscape Architecture
12:40pm – Performance by Scheldoncole
Food Truck – Reel Mac and Cheese

Join Nicole Alden, Genevieve Depelteau and John Musil from the University of British Columbia School of Landscape Architecture who will speak about the inspiration and design concept for the floral installation entitled Fluvial Fan. This talk will be followed with a presentation by Miriam Plishka, Park Planner from the City of Richmond, on current park projects that include extensive native planting and the resulting benefits for the city.

Drop- in visitors welcome. No RSVP required.
Event will happen Rain or Shine.

Fluvial Fan Biography

Genevieve, John and Nicole are members of Ground Team, a collaborative group of UBC Landscape Architecture students and graduates with a multi-disciplinary background in design, fine arts, visual representation and geography.
The group believes in design as a catalyst for generating new narratives that connect a site to its past and future realities.

Miriam holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of British Columbia and has experience in the design and project management of several parks and open space projects throughout the lower mainland. She currently works for the City of Richmond’s Park Planning, Design, and Construction Division. She has a keen interest and specialization in planting design, interactive playgrounds and community engagement.