Tag: Bruce Goff
“RENEGADES AT FRED JONES” OPENING DRAWS A CROWD “Renegades: Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture” is on display at the Fred Jones Jr.
The book Bruce Goff’s Design Vocabulary: A Synthesis of Music, Art and Architecture, by Ernest E. Burden, Assoc. AIA, is available for purchase on its
Founding American School architect Bruce Goff saw design elements as catalysts for abstractions of form, materiality, texture, color, rhythm and patterns. This week, 60 students
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma | Jan. 24, 2020 — April 5, 2020. NORMAN – “A new school, probably the only indigenous
As part of an eight-day immersive program, 13 students from Interior Design, Architecture, Environmental Design, and Regional and City Planning divisions traveled to The School
Architecture students toured several locations in Tulsa as part of their first-year tour. This is the second time this event has been held. The students
Alumni and friends of the Christopher C. Gibbs College of Architecture (GCA) and architecture aficionados interested in the work of Bruce Goff and The American School are
Instructor Warren Ross recently led OU-Tulsa students from his Entrepreneurial Architecture and Leaders class on a tour of Bruce Goff’s Tulsa Club during its renovations.
Architecture professors Stephanie Pilat and Luca Guido are currently teaching a Presidential Dream Course titled, “Renegades: The American School of Architecture.” This seminar on The