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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor

Louisiana Tech University

Education

masters degrees

sculpture and landscape architecture

Web References (5 Total References)


The Ouachita Citizen, serving Ouachita Parish since 1923.

www.ouachitacitizen.com [cached]

After earning masters degrees in sculpture and landscape architecture, Alexis Wredden attended Harvard University's graduate school of landscape design.

Her course of study was parlayed into a six-year stay in New England.
Eventually, living in Megalopolis lost its luster, and the Virginia native longed to return to her roots.
"Cambridge and that area is beautiful, but there came a time when I decided to come back to the rural south," the Virginia native said.
Six years ago, she joined the faculty at Louisiana Tech University.It was during a show of her works there two years ago that she came upon the opportunity to design something for the Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge.
"Kevin Kennedy saw some of my work and put me in touch with some of the 'Friends,' and that's how we got to this point.
The "Friends" is the group Friends of Black Bayou, a non-profit organization that offers educational programs and support for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge.
Wredden recently presented models of her work "Mud Flat Boat House" at a recent Friends meeting.
...
"The design Alexis has will be breathtaking in the setting we have in mind for it," Smith said.
...
The sculpture, Wredden said, is designed so visitors who want to watch native bird species in the area "can use it kind of like a duck blind, I guess."
In addition to the sculpture itself, Wredden said the area adjacent to the sculpture - near an old fish hatchery at the refuge - will have interpretive panels with information about native bird species at the refuge and trees that are indigenous to the area.
Wredden is now trying to secure grant funds to produce the work.She says the opportunity to work on the project is something she had only dreamed about.


The Ouachita Citizen, serving Ouachita Parish since 1923.

oc.op4web.com [cached]

After earning masters degrees in sculpture and landscape architecture, Alexis Wredden attended Harvard University's graduate school of landscape design.

Her course of study was parlayed into a six-year stay in New England.
Eventually, living in Megalopolis lost its luster, and the Virginia native longed to return to her roots.
"Cambridge and that area is beautiful, but there came a time when I decided to come back to the rural south," the Virginia native said.
Six years ago, she joined the faculty at Louisiana Tech University.It was during a show of her works there two years ago that she came upon the opportunity to design something for the Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge.
"Kevin Kennedy saw some of my work and put me in touch with some of the 'Friends,' and that's how we got to this point.
The "Friends" is the group Friends of Black Bayou, a non-profit organization that offers educational programs and support for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge.
Wredden recently presented models of her work "Mud Flat Boat House" at a recent Friends meeting.
...
"The design Alexis has will be breathtaking in the setting we have in mind for it," Smith said.
...
The sculpture, Wredden said, is designed so visitors who want to watch native bird species in the area "can use it kind of like a duck blind, I guess."
In addition to the sculpture itself, Wredden said the area adjacent to the sculpture - near an old fish hatchery at the refuge - will have interpretive panels with information about native bird species at the refuge and trees that are indigenous to the area.
Wredden is now trying to secure grant funds to produce the work.She says the opportunity to work on the project is something she had only dreamed about.


The Ouachita Citizen, serving Ouachita Parish since 1923.

www.ouachitacitizen.com [cached]

Another future feature of the refuge that will be unveiled that day is a multi-function sculpture designed by Louisiana Tech University faculty member Alexis Wreden.


The Ouachita Citizen, serving Ouachita Parish since 1923.

oc.op4web.com [cached]

Another future feature of the refuge that will be unveiled that day is a multi-function sculpture designed by Louisiana Tech University faculty member Alexis Wreden.


IDEC - Position Announcements

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Send a letter of application outlining educational objective and interests; curriculum vitae; a non-returnable portfolio of personal and student work; and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three current references to Alexis Wreden, Search Committee Chair, School of Architecture, Louisiana Tech University, P.O. Box 3147, Ruston, LA 71272.

The review of applications will begin March 10, 2003 and will continue until position is filled.
Louisiana Tech University is a member of the University of Louisiana System and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.
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