College faculty’s creativity displayed in Stark Galleries exhibit
Some of the vast creative talents of faculty at the Texas A&M College of Architecture are on display in a variety of media at the college’s Faculty Biennial 2021, on display through May 14 at the university’s J. Wayne Stark Galleries in the Memorial Student Center.
Creative pieces by sixteen college faculty members are on display, including abstract paintings that explore birds’ diminishing population and beauty by Rebecca Pugh, photographs that represent the power of nature to promote human health and wellness by Jane Futrell Winslow, and many more.
A longstanding college tradition, the Faculty Biennial has taken place every other year since it debuted in 1973, except in 2011, when the MSC was closed for renovations.
App developed by graduate student aims to help preserve African-American cemeteries
Jennifer Blanks is the lead developer of a cemetery assessment and registry app.
Donald Austin ’52 remembered as leading educator, co-founder of globally renowned firm
Donald Austin ’52, a leading educator and a founder of EDAW, one of the world’s leading landscape architecture and planning firms, passed away Oct. 6, 2021.