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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

The Ute & Bill Bowes Art & Architecture Library at dusk.

The Ute & Bill Bowes Art & Architecture Library was featured this week in Stanford News:

"Trees and thoughts go together; the students there, and me, too, are alone with our thoughts, away from the street, and the mind branches like the trees do. The feeling of being off the ground – of being levitated, even among all those heavy, heavy books – is something I love about Bowes.”

Kathleen Sullivan, Stanford News writer, takes her readers on A stroll through the Bowes Art & Architecture Library.

Concierge Keys

You are cordially invited to join G. Salim Mohammed for a tour of the new David Rumsey Map Center in the Green Library.

The David Rumsey Map Center is a unique collections-based resource designed to provide access to cartographic information in all of its forms from paper to digital. In addition to housing a large collection of rare atlases and maps, it is furnished with high-resolution screens equipped with interactive tools for engaging with the digital images.

Debugging Game History; with cover photo by Ira Nowinski

The MIT Press has published a new collection of essays in game studies, Debugging Game History: A Critical Lexicon, co-edited by  Henry Lowood, Curator for the History of Science & Technology and Film & Media Studies.

The Ute & Bill Bowes Art & Architecture Library at dusk.

You are cordially invited to join the Art staff for a tour of the new Bowes Art & Architecture Library in the McMurtry Art & Art History building. This building is the home of both the Library and the Department of Art and Art History, and serves as an interdisciplinary hub for the arts at Stanford. In addition to the Bowes Library, the McMurtry building also includes art studios, media arts studios, screening spaces, film editing rooms, faculty offices, lounges, and exhibition spaces. The building opened for classes in Fall 2015.

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