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Katya Crawford

  • Associate Professor and Chair
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    Education

    • MLA, UNM School of Architecture and Planning
    • BLA, The Evergreen State College

    Research

    • Ephemeral landscapes
    • Landscape literacy
    • Representation
    • The Design Process

    Katya Crawford is the Chair and Associate Professor in the Landscape Architecture Department at The University of New Mexico’s School of Architecture and Planning, and is Past President of The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture. Katya’s research focuses on the ephemeral landscape and its power to engage and reveal social and environmental systems.

    Crawford’s work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally. Most recently Crawford and two of her colleagues (Ane Gonzalez Lara and Kathleen Kambic) placed 3rd in the international design competition Hornachuelos, and placed 1st in the ideas competition “What’s Up Paris?.”

     

    Fundamentals Design Studio

    The Competition Design Studio

    Urban Typologies Design Studio

    Theory in Landscape Architecture Seminar

    Graphic Representation for Landscape Architecture

    Ephemeral Landscapes for Social and Environmental Change Seminar


    Crawford, Katya and Phoebe Lickwar. “Looking Up, Looking Down.” Journal of Landscape Architecture 9.3 (2014).

    Crawford, Katya. “The Thirty-Second Landscape.” Aether: The Journal of Media Geography. Vol. X 2012. NE 68182-0199 2013


    Parc Heur | First Place with Ane Lara Gonzalez and Kathy Kambic, What’s Up Paris International Design Competition hosted by ReThinking Competitions, 2017

    Missing Persons Project. Group Exhibition. Harwood Art Center, Albuquerque, 2017

    A Map of My Own. Group Exhibition. African American Performing Arts Center Gallery, 2017

    ARTiculation | Third Place with Ane Lara Gonzales and Kathy Kambic, Hornachuelos International Design Competition hosted by ReThinking Competitions, 2017

    Equivalence with Phoebe Lickwar, Rainosek Gallery, UNM School of Architecture and Planning, Albuquerque, Faye Jones School of Architecture, Fayetteville, 2016

    HIVE with Faith Gelvin. Josephine Sculpture Park, Frankfurt, August 2016, 

    New Mex Hex. Josephine Sculpture Park, Frankfurt, August 2016, 

    Nest. Group Exhibition. Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, April 2015

    Coordinates. Group Exhibition. Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, March 2015

    From the Ground Up: Design Here and Now. Group Exhibition. 516 ARTS, Albuquerque, January 2015

    Solids + Voids with Susan Frye and Alf Simon. Heart of the City Group Exhibition 516 ARTS, Albuquerque, January 2014

    WRAP with Susan Frye | Honors Award. CELA Exhibit, Morgan State University, Baltimore, March 2014

    Surface Layers. CELA Exhibit, Morgan State University, Baltimore, March 2014

    Foxes in the Garden with Susan Frye | Winner. Chaumont-sur-Loire International Garden Festival, France, March 2012

    Cinco Cero Cinco. Group Exhibition. Arts League of Michigan, Detroit, March 2012, 

    Negotiating the Horizontal. Group Exhibition. Rainosek Gallery, UNM School of Architecture and Planning, Albuquerque, April 2011, 

    Historic Design and Planning in New Mexico. with Chris Wilson. Permanent. UNM School of Architecture and Planning, Albuquerque

    The Urban Forest Project. Group Exhibition. Downtown + Nob Hill, Albuquerque, 2009


    Parc Heur | First Place with Ane Lara Gonzalez and Kathy Kambic. What’s Up Paris International Design Competition hosted by ReThinking Competitions, 2017

    ARTiculation | Third Place with Ane Lara Gonzales and Kathy Kambic. Hornachuelos International Design Competition hosted by ReThinking Competitions, 2016

    Regent’s Lectureship 2016

    Foxes in the Garden with Susan Frye and Veree Parker Simons |  Chaumont-sur-Loire International Garden Festival, France, March 2012