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WOW! The School of Architecture Student Photography Exhibit is up and it is fabulous! Great photographs. A wealth of geographic encounters represented. And an amazing presentation framework.
Congratulations to organizers Robert Randall, Crystal Macaspac, and Edgar Gutierrez. And congratulations to all the students who contributed to this stunning exhibit!
Thumbnails of the photographs appearing in the exhibit are available at:
My last posting concerned Glenn Novak's entry in the art show. I just want to draw your attention to the books now located in front of his entry. Glenn graciously allowed the library to display a small subset of the books that are the subject of his piece, books that have not been used in the 10 years the library has been open. Look at the books. If they seem interesting check them out, or put them on a table. This activity will be enough to keep them in the ASL! Otherwise they will be going back to Lied.
I'd like to draw your attention to Glenn Novak's entry in the faculty art show. I am especially interested in it because it relates to the library, the books that have not been used in the library, and how those books might be worth a second look. Please note that his entry is in multiple parts: on the wall with the other faculty entries AND sheets on the wall around the elevators shaft on both first and second floors. Take some time to examine this in detail!
Here is what the artist writes to accompany his entry.
Come see the new exhibit in the ASL: the School of Architecture Faculty/Staff Art Show. Contributors include Ed Hoag, Glenn Novak, Mike Corrente, Jim Chaddick, Frank Reynolds, Kevin Kemner, Randy Hale, and Michael Alcorn.