Lecturer of Landscape Architecture
Jane Thurber received her MLA degree at Harvard University and her BA from Hamilton College. She teaches landscape architecture studios and graphics. She has practiced landscape architecture with firms across the country, in Massachusetts, Florida, and New Mexico. She has taught drawing and studios in Miami and Tampa. Her professional work has focused on the design of public projects - plazas, parks, campuses, streetscapes, and playgrounds.
Jane is also an artist. Her collages, drawings and mobiles have been exhibited in New England galleries and museums. In her artwork she often explores the landscape abstracting the patterns and rhythms of the land.
LANDARCH 191A - Graphics I
LANDARCH 397C - Studio IV Design for Institutional and commercial use
LANDARCH 503 - Studio II An exploration of the modes of space
- Take A Seat - Celebrates the wide‐ranging talent and creativity of Valley artists and designers. Learn more about the exhibition.
- Field Notes 5 — Sigrid Miller Pollin, Stephen Schreiber, Jane Thurber
‘Field Notes 5’ is a collaborative exhibition of drawings, paintings, collages, and sculptures created by architects Sigrid Miller Pollin and Stephen Schreiber, and landscape architect Jane Thurber. Learn more about the exhibition.