Historic Preservation Program: A Retrospective of Student Work, 2008-2009

Historic Preservation Program: A Retrospective of Student Work, 2008-2009 exhibtion on view at the Architecture & Planning Library Reading RoomHistoric Preservation Program: A Retrospective of Student Work, 2008-2009 exhibtion on view at the Architecture & Planning Library Reading Room. To see full size invitation, click here.

“Historic Preservation Program: A Retrospective of Student Work, 2008-2009″ will be open in the Architecture & Planning Library Reading Room in Battle Hall March 6 through May 24, 2010.

Presented by the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation and curated by a committee of students, the exhibition showcases the products of various preservation classes from the past two years, including Preservation Studio, Graphic Documentation, and Materials Conservation.  The works on display from the multi-disciplinary classes include annotated drawings for building condition assessments, HABS-level documentation measured drawings, design proposals, photographs, and models.

Austin sites, including historic campus buildings, are the focus of all of the projects. This exhibit offers a preservation perspective for conservation, documentation, as well as exploration of new design ideas for several of the city and the university’s historic resources.

Sponsored by: The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, the University of Texas Libraries, the Texas Union Student Events CoSponsorship Committee, the Graduate Student Assembly, the Senate of College Councils, Kemp Properties and the Paul C. Ragsdale Excellence Fund for Historic Preservation.