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Meet, Eat & Greet Student Artist Nov 8th

General Announcements, Special Event or Display

Come Meet, Eat & Greet Morgan Stahl during her reception at the Architecture, Design, and Art Library Nov 8th at 12pm. She will be talking about her new exhibit Time Steel Capsule  on view November 2019- January 2020.

“Steel Time Capsule is a collection of various memories and representations of myself, my family, and our experiences. Whether it is an item from my grandparent’s house or moment from a fun family vacation, I documented many things from my childhood through my art and sketches.”

Morgan Stahl

Morgan Stahl is a designer from Baltimore, Maryland. She moved to Houston to study Architecture at the University of Houston. She is in her fifth and final year of school and will graduate in May 2020. Morgan currently works at DEK Studio as a design professional on various small residential and commercial projects. She first started sketching in middle school while also taking many art classes in and outside of school to continuously learn more about design and art itself. Growing up in a small but tight knit family has influenced most of her work. Morgan’s art is representative of family and the emotions that come with those experiences.

Details:

When: November 8th, 2019

Time: 12pm

Venue: Architecture, Design, and Art Library located inside the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture & Design

Cost: Free to all UH students, faculty, and staff

10 first guests will receive a gift

Refreshments will be served

Website: https://libraries.uh.edu/branches/jenkins/

Phone: 713-743-2340

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It’s spooky time at the Architecture, Design & Art Library!

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Halloween-Mystery Book Display🎃

Come and see our spooktacular Halloween Book Display. We picked out our spookiest books, now available for check-out! No peeking, just have fun unwrapping a scary book. Do you dare to pick one up ’cause they’re cursed!

When: Month of October

Where: Architecture, Design and Art Library (inside the College of Architecture, and Design)

Open to all UH students, faculty, and staff!


Halloween Mystery Book Pop-Up + Friday Studio Sessions🎃

Come check-out our spooky pop-up & book sale table in collaboration with Blaffer’s First Friday Studio Sessions. There will be ongoing activities such as museum tours and art making. Light refreshments will be served

When: 10/04

Where: Blaffer Art Museum’s Cafe (inside the School of Art)

Time: 10-12pm

Free Event

Open to UH students, faculty, and staff!

Halloween Mystery Book-Pop-Up + Red Block Bash🎃

Come celebrate with us all the interdisciplinary arts! There will be special spooky pop-up library & book sale in collaboration with Blaffer Art Museum Student Association. There will also be art making, music, poetry, free food, and giveaways!

When: 10/10

Where: Fine Arts Courtyard (inside the School of Art)

Time: 4-6pm

Free Event

Open to UH students, faculty, and staff!

Our Annual Halloween Library Scavenger Hunt🎃

Easy rules, hunt for clues, complete the phrase, and win a reward! It’s more fun when you bring your friends!

Hungry for more sweet treats? Jump on to the Halloween Bingo Night at Blaffer Art Museum for more.

***Participants who attend both events have a chance to win our final prize drawing. (Collect both stamps and submit your card to Blaffer’s Front Desk.)***

When: 10/31

Where: Architecture, Design, and Art Library (inside the College of Architecture, and Design)

Time: 1-3pm

Free Event:

Open to all UH students

Halloween Bingo Night🎃

Come play bingo with us at Blaffer Art Museum this Halloween along with other fun activities! Winners will receive a sweet reward! Costumes are welcome, so bring your friends!

**If you attended the scavenger hunt, collect the last stamps to enter our final prize drawing (submit your stamp card to Blaffer’s Front Desk)**

When: 10/31

Where: Blaffer Art Museum’s Cafe (inside the School of Art)

Time: 5-8pm

Free Event

Open to all UH students, faculty, and staff!

Pop-Up Library Fall Schedule

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Join us every first Friday of the month during First Friday Studio Sessions at Blaffer Art Museum. Our pop-up library & book sale will just be one of many exciting activities, so come check it out! Refreshments and light snacks will be provided.

NEW RARE BOOKS EXHIBITS FOR FALL 2019 SEMESTER

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The William R. Jenkins Architecture, Design and Art library welcomes the Fall 2019 semester with two brand new rare books exhibits! On the first floor, a collections of books and magazines featuring artists and works from the Maeght Foundation can be found on the south wing exhibit case. The Maeght Foundation is one of France’s most renowned art institutions and their artists include stars such as Miro and Giacometti. Also on view on the upper mezzanine area are four collotype of draped models from a 1902 book titled Draperies in Action by Charles Schnek.

You may contact Catherine Essinger cwessinger@uh.edu for an appointment.

Student Art Reception Aug 9th

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Come meet, eat & greet Emmanuel Bamtefa during his reception at the Architecture, Design, and Art Library Aug 9th at 12pm. He will be talking about his new exhibit CULTURE FOR THE PEOPLE on view August-October 2019.

“As an artist, I look to introduce life of a certain people that is not familiar to the western world. I want to introduce people to a major people’s way of life through imagery and abstraction using different mediums.

In this exhibition, “Culture for the People” I will focus on abstraction of reality from today’s society coming from my upbringing with the things I learnt from my perspective to things that I felt was necessary to talk about.”

Emmanuel Bamtefa

10 first guests will receive a gift

New Art & Design Supplies

General Announcements, New Resource, New Service

The Architecture, Design, and Art Library proudly announces its new non-consumable art & design supplies! The goal is to assist students who may have an economic disadvantage or in need of special supplies to complete their projects. Students may check-out these items at the service desk or ask a staff member for assistance.

Supply List:

X-ACTO Knife Sets

Comes with a variety of blade types including straight edge, general purpose, fine point, and scoring blades .

Drawing Boards

Extra large drawing surface 19-3/4″ x 29-1/2″ Adjustable height. Perfect for drawing and sketching.

T-Squares

Aluminum Heavy duty T-squares 36″

Architectural Rulers

Heavy duty: Laser etched scales with high grade black anodized finish.

Choppers

Produces clean, neat, feather-free, accurate cuts with a single edge razor blade. Included mitre allows accurate 30°, 45° and 60° cuts.

Drafting Ruler Set

Stainless Steel Drafting set includes the following: 12 in. ruler 6 in. 45° triangle 6 in. 30/60° triangle 6 in. protractor.

Houston & Rufino Tamayo

General Announcements, New Resource, Special Event or Display

Two new book exhibits featuring items from the Franzheim, II Rare Books room are on display throughout the Summer 2019 semester at the William R. Jenkins Architecture, Design and Art Library. On the upper Mezzanine display, visitors may find four reproductions of Rufino Tamayo paintings from a publication of reproductions titled Tamayo: 15 reproducciones. In the south wing exhibit case, visitors may also find a collection of books dedicated to some of Houston’s prominent architects, including Carlos Jimenez and John F. Staub.

Renew your books online this summer!

General Announcements

UH students, faculty & staff can renew online through their Library Catalog Account.

3 Easy Steps

  1. Log in
  2. Mark overdue items
  3. Choose between  “Renew All” or “Renew Marked”

Done!

New ADA Computer Station

General Announcements, New Resource, New Service

 

 

The Architecture, Design, and Art Library proudly announces its new ADA compliant computer station! Its special features include: a wall mount, ample space, adjustable monitor, height, and a keyboard tray that keeps everything in place. The goal is to accommodate patrons with wheelchair accessibility needs and can be located near the main entrance.

Student Art Reception May 9th

General Announcements, New Resource, Special Event or Display

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