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Books & Bites: Michael Kubo

General Announcements, New Resource, Special Event or Display

The CoAD and the ADA Library proudly announce their new collaboration :

The event will feature Michael Kubo who will be discussing the research process & publishing of his new book Imaging the Modern : Architecture and Urbanism of the Pittsburgh Renaissance in hope of encouraging research participation. A small reception will follow, so come on and have a bite with us!

Date: November 1st

Time: 5:30-6:30pm

Venue: The Architecture, Design, and Art Library

Halloween Library Scavenger Hunt & Blaffer Bingo Night

General Announcements, Special Event or Display

The Architecture, Design & Art Library and Blaffer Art Museum proudly present:

Halloween Library Scavenger Hunt & Blaffer Bingo Night

Come ready to win some sweet treats! Extra points for those who come in costume. There will also be gruesome art making activities, haunted tours, a phantastic- photo-booth station, a spooky pop-up library & sale and more! Collect a stamp at the end of your participation and submit it to Blaffer’s front desk to enter our prize drawing.

Event 1: Halloween Library Scavenger Hunt

Location: The Architecture, Design, and Art Library

Date: 10.31

Time: 1-3pm

Cost: Free to all UH Students

Event 2: Blaffer Bingo Night

Location: Blaffer Art Museum

Date: 10.31

Time: 5-7:30pm

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

Contact the ADA Library or Blaffer Art Museum for more information.

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

Campus Parking

Visitor Parking

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.

Student Art Reception May 9th

General Announcements, New Resource, Special Event or Display

Special Pop-Up & Book Sale 4/18

General Announcements, New Resource, New Service, Special Event or Display

National Library Week Celebration April 7-13

General Announcements, Special Event or Display

**First come, first serve, while supplies last!**

Pop-Up Library & Book Sale Mar 28th

General Announcements, New Resource, Special Event or Display

New Blaffer Art Museum Partnership

General Announcements, New Resource, New Service, Special Event or Display

The William R. Jenkins Architecture, Design, and Art Library is officially announcing its new partnership with Blaffer Art Museum. The new ongoing program features a series of pop-up libraries consisting of curated art books available for check-out and museum catalogs for sale! The goal is to introduce students to two-on campus resources that never knew existed. Pop-ups will be held every last Thursday of the month for Spring and Fall semesters.

Location may vary, stay tuned for updates!

Upcoming Pop-Ups

Thursday, 03/28 from 11am-1pm

Thursday, 04/18 from 4-6pm

Contact

For more information you may contact Edith Villasenor (evillasenor@uh.edu) or Colleen Maynard (cmaynard@uh.edu).

 

Featured Student Artists 2019-2020

General Announcements, Special Event or Display

We are excited to announce the new Architecture, Design, and Art Library  Student Artists for 2019-2020: Tay Butler, Dan Li, Emmanuel Oluwaseyi Bamtefa, and Morgan Stahl. Get ready to immerse into their art!

Tay Butler

Our first student artist is Tay Butler, who is a photographer and collage artist who challenges history and memory and re-purposes archives, found material and original photography to create both familiar and new compositions and perspectives from which to view that history.

Tay Butler is currently a student at the University of Houston, in his senior year of the School of Art’s Photography and Digital Media Block Program. With an expected graduation date of May 2019 and intentions to continue studies after graduation, Tay is consistently building a portfolio of work and exhibitions that include spaces all over Houston, TX like the Blaffer Art Museum, Texas Art Asylum and Noble Artisan.

“American Geographic” on view February-April 2019

Dan Li

Our second artists is Dan Li, who is an artist and art educator from Hong, Kong. She discovered art at a young age and found passion working with watercolors and acrylics.  Inspired by the artist, Claude Monet, she created a series of bright flowers for the upcoming Spring season, in hope, of bringing warmth and happiness to people.

Dan Li is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Art Education Program at the University of Houston. She holds a Master degree in Contemporary Studio Arts and Criticism in Education and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (major in Visual Arts and minor in Special Needs) at the Education University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include social justice art education, issues-based art education, critical visual literacy, interdisciplinary art education, and technology in art education.

Student Art Exhibit on view May- July 2019

Emmanuel Oluwaseyi Bamtefa

Our third artist is Emmanuel Oluwaseyi Bamtefa, who is Visual Artist  from New York and of Yoruba descent. He has been active artist since 2012 and is interested in portraiture and figure painting. Bamtefa also likes to play with scale to see how viewers respond to colors in any given space.

Emmanuel Oluwaseyi Bamtefa originally transferred as an architecture student from the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture & Design, but switched to the  School of Art’s Painting Program at the University of Houston. After graduation,  he does intent to continue his architecture path.

Student Art Exhibit on view August- October 2019

Morgan Stahl

Our last artist is Morgan Stahl, who a designer from Baltimore, Maryland. Her passion for art is what helped her find her future as an architect. She started drawing when she was in 6th grade and hasn’t stopped since.  Her series SYNATHROPIC represents the beautiful relationship between the domestic and the wild.

Morgan is currently a 4th year Architecture student in the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston.

Student Art Exhibit on view November 2019- January 2020

Contact

If you would like to be the next featured artist for 2020-2021 apply here. For more information contact: Edith Villasenor (evillasenor@uh.edu).

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