Please join us on Tuesday, October 22nd for the SLPL’s Steedman Architectural Library and the Society of Architectural Historians St. Louis Chapter talk on Hare & Hare: Landscape Architects and City Planners of Kansas City.
Fearless. Surreal. Sometimes shocking. Italian modernist Elsa Schiaparelli made a name for herself with her bold designs. What does it take to carry on her vision? A singular man.
In April, 2019, Batman turned 80. The bat-ears, cowl and dark silhouette are instantly recognizable, although it’s fascinating to see the character through the eyes of many different artists.
If you have been in the Fine Arts Room, you may have noticed the rows of black filing cabinets and built-in files on the wall next to the door. There is a wealth of riches contained in these drawers!
Open office plans seem to inspire reactions ranging from delight to despair. Where did this design concept come from? Why is it so prevalent? And will it go away?
A neo-impressionist and a social realist walk into a bar . . . Now that we have your attention, are you wondering what the two artists have in common?