Atlas Lab Awarded Creative Economy Pilot Project Grant
The highly competitive grant program is a City of Sacramento initiative to increase economic activity and improve public spaces through art, food, and technology initiatives. ATLAS Lab’s proposal, “TOPOshare” is a temporary art installation that seeks to improve public life on Broadway and serve as community outreach tool for local nonprofits. Comprised of a series of colorful milk crates, once assembled and configured, create a “topographic” surface for the community to interact, discover and play. Partnering with local nonprofits, the same milk crates will be used to collect donation goods pre and post installation. Stay tuned for more information.
Kimberly Garza Awarded 40 Under 40 by Sacramento Business Journal
Sacramento Business Journal honors young professionals that excel in their workplaces and in their communities.
Kimberly Garza of Atlas Lab Featured in Comstock’s Magazine
Kimberly Garza chats with Comstock's Magazine about the role of landscape architecture and making vibrant public spaces in our cities.
ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo – Los Angeles
Kimberly Garza to speak at the 2017 ASLA Annual Meeting in Los Angeles. Panel topics include: "4 Under 40: Emerging Leaders in Landscape Architecture" and "Prototype to Permanent: Designing Short Term Projects for Long Term Change"!
Inaugural World Landscape Architecture Awards
Kimberly Garza to jury the Inaugural World Landscape Architecture Awards. Deadline Februrary 24, 2017.
Art Street Exhibit Open to the Public
Part of the large-scale art experience, "The Grove" is an interactive landscape art installation comprised of Redwood trees and 500 crates, inspired by the history of The Mill, that invites visitors to sit, lounge and play. Come visit #ArtStreet from Feb 3-25th, 300 1st Street, Sacramento, CA.
University of California, Davis – Advanced Landscape Architecture Studio
Kimberly Garza kicks off Advanced Landscape Architecture Studio focused on developing innovative design scenarios for the Sacramento Riverfront.
Atlas Lab Selected for Art Street Exhibit
A large scale art experience produced by m5Arts, a non-profit collective. Art Street will be an exhibition and forum for serious and playful thinking about art and the vital role it plays in culture's success in the world today.