Space created by alumna Doris Rief and landscape architect Jonna Lazarus
Posted 08.01.10 by mica communications
Style magazine, in a article about finding "small pockets of green [that] offer unexpected and healing encounters with nature," features Sally's Garden on MICA's campus as best commemorative garden. The garden, created by alumna Doris Rief and landscape architect Jonna Lazarus, was one of the first green spaces along a busy W. Mount Royal Avenue. The space was created in memory of Rief's daughter Sally and "was the beginning of the [landscape architecture] that is now used all over campus," says Lazarus, who is the wife of MICA President Fred Lazarus. Click here to read the whole story.