Visual Resources Collection, Sutton Hall 3.128 and Battle Hall, ground floor hallway
Thursday, October 18, 2010 from 3-5 pm
Visual Resources Collection, Sutton 3.128
Established in the mid-1960s, the School of Architecture's Visual Resources Collection (VRC) serves as a repository for images that reflect the collective gaze of generations of faculty members and students. This visual record is a resource for professors and students influencing future architects, planners, preservationists, critics, interior designers, landscape architects and historians.
In celebration of the School of Architecture’s centennial, this exhibit highlights a selection of images donated by faculty, students and alumni. Currently the VRC’s growing collection numbers over 100,000 digital images and 250,000 35mm slides. The university community can access the image collection online.