Have the University’s incredible collections inspired you to make creative work? The UpstART 200 archive is composed of examples from our art, design and architecture collections, holdings and history here at the University of Michigan. The project is now seeking submissions of work by students and alumni that respond to or reflect on the items in the archive.
Posts tagged "Architecture"
A quick look into what was happening in Design Lab 1 on the morning of January 24, featuring a course offered through the Living Arts program.
Brunelleschi's Dome tells the story of one of the greatest achievements in architecture, the dome of the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, better known as the Duomo, in Florence, and of Filippo Brunelleschi, the irascible genius who created it. Author Ross King details Brunelleschi's many inventions, including his few failures, and his rivalry with another great artist, Lorenzo Ghiberti.
To wrap up the celebration of Women’s History Month, check out some of these resources to learn about women in science, engineering, and architecture.
The library has access to online videos in the areas of art, architecture, and engineering. Books 24x7, Art and Architecture in Video, and Engineering Case Studies Online each have a selection of educational videos and/or documentaries.
Try out two new architecture resources providing online access to thousands of contemporary architectural projects.
Time to visit Detroit, a city rich with history and less than an hour away.
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