ARLIS/NA Upstate NY Fall 2019 Meeting
Friday, November 1 at the Richardson Olmsted Campus
Hosted by Rose Orcutt
9:00 – 9:30: Continental Breakfast and silent auction
9:30 – 11:00: Business Meeting
11:15 – 12:00: Brian Carter: “Books + buildings”
Brian Carter, a registered architect who worked in practice in England prior to his appointment a Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo, is currently Professor of Architecture. The author of several books including Johnson Wax Administration Building and Research Tower (Phaidon Press,1998) and co-author of ‘All American: Innovation in American Architecture’ (Thames & Hudson, 2002) he is an initiator of buffaloBOOKS – a series documenting work by significant architects, including Steven Holl, Thom Mayne, Brigitte Shim and Howard Sutcliffe and notable mid-century modern buildings in Buffalo. A frequent contributor to international journals he is a peer reviewer for the GSA Design Excellence Program in the United States. In 2017 Professor Carter was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
12:00 – 12:45: Buffet style lunch at Hotel Henry
1:00 – 2:30: Buffalo State Conservation Department tour
Patrick Ravines, Director of Buffalo State’ Art Conservation Department
Ravines has experience as a conservator, researcher, and administrator. Before joining Buffalo State, he served as senior project conservator and research fellow at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, now George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York. He was an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in the Advanced Residency Program in Photograph Conservation (2005 – 2007) at the Eastman House, and, for more than a decade, chief of the Conservation Office, Bahá’í World Centre, Haifa, Israel. He holds advanced degrees in chemistry, library science, and library and archives conservation.
3:00 – 4:30 : Tour of H.H. Richardson
Christine Krolewicz, AICP is the Manager of Planning and Operations for the Richardson Olmsted Campus. Christine is a certified planner with a Master of Urban Planning degree from the University at Buffalo. She concentrated on historic preservation and adaptive reuse throughout her studies.
4:30 – 5:00: Finish up silent auction
5:00 – Happy Hour at Hotel Henry
Hotel Henry: 444 Forest Ave, Buffalo, NY 14213
Parking available at Hotel.
Please wear comfortable shoes and warm clothes. We will be walking to the Buffalo State Conservatory Department and will be touring the unfinished areas of the Richardson Psychiatric Hospital.
What is happening in Buffalo:
Shoreline: Remembering A Waterfront Vision: Paul Randolph exhibit
a special project that looks into the history of one of Rudolph’s residential designs: Buffalo’s Shoreline Apartments.
October 4 -to- November 16, 2019
The project will open with an exhibition of documents, drawings, photographs, and artworks, spanning from the original vision of the Buffalo Waterfront Development in the 1960’s to the eventual destruction of Shoreline in recent years.
On Saturday, November 2, at 2pm, co-curators Barbara Campagna and Bryan Lee will give a guided tour of Shoreline: Remembering a Waterfront Vision.
Friday, August 16, 2019 – Sunday, November 3, 2019
Anthony McCall’s installations transcend the familiar boundaries between sculpture, cinema, and drawing to create unforgettable interactive experiences. Anthony McCall: Dark Rooms, Solid Light is the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in North America and fills the entirety of the Albright-Knox’s 1905 Building galleries in a survey of the arc of his creative production from the 1970s to today.
Jazz and Happy Hour
Fri, Nov 1, 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Shea’s 710 and Smith’s
Buffalo Botanical Garden
The Botanical Gardens’ oldest flower exhibit is celebrating its 119th anniversary. The Chrysanthemum (Mum) Exhibit has taken a spooky turn this year! MUMster Mash is this year’s theme that shows a mad scientist lab, a spooky cemetery, ghosts, mummies and more. The seasonal fun will be accompanied by thousands of BOOtiful mums.
WOMEN’S WORK: SUFFRAGE MOVEMENTS 1848-1965
Through the interwoven stories of women from three time periods, Women’s Work: Suffrage Movements 1848-1965 will recount the history of the movements that led to the ratification of the 19th amendment giving women the right to vote and the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 which helped secure voting rights for minorities.
Buffalo Bike Tours