The (hourly breakdown of the) schedule:
The Reed is a multimedia resource collection. They lend out sculpture pieces, textiles, and other primary art and craft sources to researchers, teachers, artists, and students. Super cool: literally, it’s an art library.
Check out their website: http://www.henryart.org/reed-collection-study-center
And their Digital Galleries (an awesome resource in itself):http://dig.henryart.org/
5 PM: Built Environments’ Library, located on the second floor of Gould Hall (SW corner of 40th St. and 15th Ave.)
The CB Library is a fabulous (seriously) library, serving students of varieties of architecture, urban planning, landscape design, etc…. Those kids are crazy. The library also keeps excellent architecture and city planning models by former students. How do they do it all? And why does it look sooooo cool inside of there? Head Librarian Alan Michaelson will explain everything.
For a look ahead, visit their site: http://www.lib.washington.edu/be
6 PM (approx.): Then, of course, we will go around the corner to the College Inn Pub. SLA will graciously hook up some snacks. We will all pitch in for conversation, laughs, and maybe some games of pool?