Ten new books from the Franzheim Rare Books Room collection are now available in the UH Digital Library. Fragments d’architecture (Vol. 1 and 2), Monuments antiques (Vol. 1-3 and Supplement), and La renaissance en France (Ser. 1 and 2, Vol. 1-2) may all be found in Selections from the Franzheim Rare Books Room.
The William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library proudly supports student artists by hosting a venue for the display of their work. Located on the library’s mezzanine level, the A2 Alcove comprises an intimate gallery space complete with natural light and comfortable lounge seating. Rotating exhibitions provide year-round opportunities for those seeking an audience for their work. Student artists interested in exhibiting work are encouraged to contact the library’s Supervisor, Chris Conway (at email@example.com) with digital samples of proposed exhibition work. All submissions are evaluated by library staff (with possible, additional input from UH School of Art faculty and/or Blaffer Museum representatives). Determination of acceptance is based on an individual work’s:
-potential appeal to wide campus audience
-formal execution and/or conceptual idea demonstrating the artists’ commitment to the creative practice
-suitability and appropriateness for display within the library
Beyond the temporary, physical exhibition of work inside the library, all displayed work is digitally documented and uploaded into UH Libraries’ Digital Library. The Student Art Exhibits collection provides an easily accessible, fascinating, permanent archive of all student work displayed in the library. Check out the most recent additions to the collection: