Bowes Art & Architecture Library
Entry requirements, Winter 2022
- Your current, active SUNET ID
- Visitors: Please contact the Art Library for entry at 650-723-3408 or artlibrary.stanford.edu.
New student-designed exhibition: Contours of an Invisible City
Designed by PhD student Christian Gonzalez Ho, Rome and Venice are made visible through a combination of elements: antiquarian guidebooks and maps, contemporary photographs, drawings by Piranesi and film clips from Italian directors. The goals of this pilot exhibition are to provide experience in curation while revealing some of our treasures. Our thanks to the Department of Art & Art History for their support in what is hoped to become an annual exhibition.
Come destress with puzzles and coloring books through December 20th.
It is my great pleasure to welcome Lindsay King to Stanford Libraries as the new Head of the Bowes Art & Architecture Library. Lindsay's first day was Monday, August 1st. Prior to joining Stanford, Lindsay served as the Associate Director for Access and Research Services at the Robert B.
Climate change, covid, and textile design are some of the themes explored in this exhibition. Our collaboration continues with Prof. Gail Wight as her labels not only describe the unique features of each work but include how these objects will be used in teaching and learning.