Student Project Presentations
Friday, November 19 and Saturday, November 20 via ZOOM
Registration Required (see below)

This fall term, Conway’s Class of 2022 is working on individual ecological design projects in nearby cities, towns, and countrysides. They will present conceptual designs and recommendations grounded in the process of site analysis. The design solutions strive to fit the needs of the clients to the specific ecology of the site while upholding the school’s mission. We invite a panel of outside critics, and their comments will help guide revisions the students will make over the final weeks of the term.

Residential projects are located in Northampton, Williamsburg, Easthampton, Southampton, South Deerfield, Whately, Amherst, Huntington, Plainfield, and Leyden. Properties range from less than 1/4-acre in size to over 100 acres. From forested uplands to farmland valleys, rural sites at stream headwaters to dense urban neighborhoods, projects present the class with a diversity of site conditions and design challenges. Non-residential projects this term include designs for All Saints’ Episcopal Church in South Hadley, Bramble Hill Farm in Amherst, Belding Memorial Library in Ashfield, Zoar Outdoor Adventures in Charlemont, and Stoneleigh-Burnham School in Greenfield.

We welcome prospective students, prospective clients, alums, and anyone else interested in learning about the Conway School to attend remotely via Zoom.

Join us for all or part of the day on Friday, November 19 and/or Saturday, November 20.

Where: Zoom (link will be sent to registrants)
When: Presentations will run from approximately 9am to 5pm.

Registration for this event has closed.