Brian McCormack to participate in Roundtable Panel Discussion at the University of Washington's new Ethnic Cultural Center.
Posted: May 17, 2013
AIA Seattle will be hosting a book release event for "New Architecture on Indigenous Lands" by authors Joy Monice Malnar & Frank Vodvarka. Ten architects and landscape architects, including some featured in this new book, will participate in a roundtable panel discussion to discuss "Diversity by Design." Brian McCormack, Principal of McCormack Landscape Architecture, is one of the featured panelist. The event will be held on June 14, 2013, 4-8:00 pm at UW Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Diversity Center, 3931 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, WA. For more information, go to the AIA Seattle website.

Brian McCormack (Nez Perce) to speak at University of New Mexico as part of the "Indigenous Architecture" Monday Night Lecture Series.
Posted: August 24, 2010
Brian McCormack, Principal of McCormack Landscape Architecture will give a presentation on November 1, 2010 at the Pearl Auditorium at UNM. His lecture will be about contemporary and traditional aesthetics in landscape.
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McCormack Landscape Architecture featured in the Lewiston Tribune's Business Profile.
Posted: March 15, 2010
"Working in two worlds: As a landscape architect, Brian McCormack incorporates and protects tribal heritage."
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McCormack Landscape Architecture receives Honorable Mention in the "Walla Walla Market Station Design Competition."
Posted: June 11, 2007
McCormack Landscape Architecture teamed with the architectural firm Tormod Hellwig for the design competition for an integrated transit center and farmers market.
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Brian McCormack receives 2004 Award of Excellence for Adaptive Management for his presentation "Arts and Conservation: Partnerships Connecting Land and Place." This award was presented by the Joint Ventures - Partners in Stewardship.

Brian McCormack featured in October 2000 Issue of Indian Country Today.
Posted: October 18, 2000
"Nez Perce landscape architect blends traditional values and modern designs."
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