Are you a brave student in landscape architecture? Do you want to look beyond the Dutch polders and dikes? Wanna play ‘hide & seek’? Then join the ELASA meeting in Slovenia this spring! From 3 – 8 May 2016, Slovenian students organise the ELASA spring meeting on ‘discovering karst features’.
The meeting starts in the beautiful Slovenian capital Ljubljana and afterwards you will be traveling around karstic Slovenian landscapes, with bike tours, visits to (botanical) gardens, the karst museum, one of the oldest Karst villages, the Unesco site Park Skocjanske jame (underground caves), and many more activities…
Don’t know ELASA yet? ELASA is the European Landscape Architecture Student Association. For over 25 years, ELASA is a platform and network for European students to get in touch with each other. The aim of ELASA is to promote the support, cooperation, exchange of ideas and understanding between landscape architecture students throughout Europe. Each year an annual meeting (summer) and a smaller mini-meeting (spring) are organized. Every meeting is organised in a different country by landscape architecture students of a university from that country.
For more information on the spring meeting, check out the ELASA Hide & Seek website! (https://elasa16slovenia.wordpress.com/) Or follow the ELASA Spring meeting 2016 on Facebook (ELASA 2016 Slovenia) and Instagram (elasa_slovenia_2016)