POP-UP WEBINAR: Connecticut Gardens: A Celebration of the State's Historic, Public, and Private Gardens
Thu, May 25, 2023
2:00 PM- 3:00 PM
Caryn will present an overview of some of the 44 properties showcased in Connecticut Gardens sharing their fascinating histories, designs, and human stories accompanied by images from her book. Her talk will include an overview of Connecticut’s 15 historic gardens – why they were established, how they were used, and how they evolved from utilitarian to aesthetic; an introduction to CT’s public gardens – their establishment and benefit, along with notable designers of the day; and an introduction to some of CT’s finest private gardens – their owners and the stories behind their inception and design. Connecticut Gardens is also, in part, a travel guide that will introduce attendees to new gardens to explore.
DATE AND TIME
Thursday, May 25, 2023
2:00 p.m. Eastern
Live on Zoom
Registration for this event has closed.
A recording of this webinar will be sent to all registrants a few days after the event. We encourage you to register, even if you cannot attend the live webinar.
Members of the Frank & Anne Cabot Society for planned giving have complimentary access to Garden Conservancy webinars. All Cabot Society members will automatically be sent the link to participate on the morning of the webinar. For more information about the Cabot Society, please contact Sarah Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845.424.6500, ext. 214.
About the Speakers
Caryn B. Davis is an award-winning photographer specializing in architecture, interiors, landscape design and travel photography. She is also a prolific writer and often combines her images with words resulting in 400+ articles that have appeared in the New York Times, Lonely Planet, Condé Nast Traveler, Town & Country, Travel + Leisure, and other publications. She has produced two commissioned photography books, A Connecticut Christmas: Celebrating the Holiday in Classic New England Style, and Connecticut Waters: Celebrating Our Coastline & Waterways. Connecticut Gardens is her third book.