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                                         Joe Self

EDUCATION
  Master of Architecture, Rice University-1989 – Thesis: Production and Celebration - A
     Factory in Paris, France.
  Bachelor of Science of Architecture, The University of Texas at Arlington-1987

PRACTICE
  FIRM817 – Principal
  Residential and light commercial projects.

CERTIFICATION
  Registered Architect In the State of Texas - #16063

TEACHING
  Texas Christian University – Fall 2000 to present
  Texas A&M University – Fall 1990 to Spring 1995

SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
  Selected Exhibitions
   Self, J. “Italy Drawings” and “Italy Paintings” in the 2002 Design Educators National
      Exhibition Catalog.
   Self, J. “A Tree’s House” included in the catalog published by the Stone Quarry Hill Art
      Park for an international competition juried by Mary-Elizabeth Lang.
   Self, J. “Armoire” and “Primitive Hut” in the 2001 Design Educators National Exhibition
      Catalog.
   “TOMB+ritual” in the Art in the Metroplex 2002 Twentieth Annual Competition.
      September 7-27, 2002.
   “Armoire” 2001 Honor Award by the Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute of
      Architects. 2002.
   “Primitive Hut” 2001 Honor Award by the Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute
      of Architects. 2002.
   "bodies + buildings" at Yellow House Gallery. Solo exhibition of paintings and
      drawings. May 14 thru June 8, 2001.
   "Work in Progress - bodies and buildings" at ORANGE PEEL studio. Solo exhibition of
      paintings and drawings. March 25, 2000.
   "Verso Recto" at Yellow House Gallery. Solo exhibition of paintings and drawings.
      March 1999.
   Self, J. "José Mismo Laughs" production in the first installment of Tesserae - a Video
      Perception Exchange, 1994.
   “Portable Monument: A Dialectical Landscape” (with Anne Nixon and Charles Renfro)
      Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York Spring, 1991.
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        “Entry Panel” for Le Corbusier drawings from the Nivola Collection (with Greg Snyder)
         at Farrish Gallery, Rice University, 1989.
        "Gate" exhibited at the Houston International Festival (with Greg Snyder) Spring 1988.

    Selected Writings
     Self, J. “Bring Back Sidewalks; Our Neighborhoods Need Them” in the Fort Worth Star
        Telegram. August 19, 2000.
     Self, J. “Water Fountains Make A Sublime Splash” in the Fort Worth Star Telegram.
        August 5, 2000.
     Self, J. “Courtyards Bring the Outdoors In” in the Fort Worth Star Telegram. May 27,
        2000.
     Downing, F. and Self, J. "Remembrance of Things Past: A Game of Spatial Solitaire" at
        the 1994 Environmental Design Research Association Conference, March 19, 1994.
     Self, J. "Texas One, Two, Three - Rural Remnant." in Contested Landscapes. ACSA
        West Regional Conference. 1993 Proceedings.
     Self, J. "The Atelier as an Open Form" for the Architectural Research Centers
        Consortium Annual Conference on November 20, 1993.
     "Questionable Practices" delivered on October 29, 1993 at the 1993 ACSA South
        Regional Conference.
     Self, J. Selections from "Tricks." in GSD News (Harvard), p. 18. Summer 1993.
     Self, J. "Tricks." in The Journal of Architectural Education. Nov. 1992, vol. 46, no. 2.
     Self, J. "Studio as Worksite." In The Design Studio in the 21st Century. ACSA West
        Regional Meeting. 1992 proceedings. This paper was recommended for consideration for
        the 1992 ACSA National Conference.
     Self, J. "Windows into a Method." In Design Studio Teaching Methods. ACSA Southwest
        Regional Meeting, 1992 proceedings.
     Self, J. Windows of Observation. College Station: The Department of Architecture at
        Texas A&M University, 1992.
     Self, J. "The Portable Monument and the Subjective Field." In History/Post-History.
        ACSA Southeast Regional Meeting. 1992 proceedings.

    Commentaries
     Boles, Rebecca. “Fort Worth Honors 16 Projects” in Texas Architect, p. 16. March/April
      2002.
     Lang, Mary Elizabeth. “Tree House: Shelter Stage Sanctuary” in Stone Quarry Hill Art
      Park Newsletter, p 1. Spring 2002.
     Bartosek, Nancy. “Architect strives for poetry in paintings at Yellow House Gallery” in
      Fort Worth Star-Telegram, p. 5F. June 2, 2001.
     Marton, Andrew. “Art Smart” series in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, p. 3E. May 29, 2001.
     Lindsay, Bryan. “Joe Self: New Works” on digitalcity.com, Arts and Culture page. May
      23-31, 2001.
     Akhtar, Suzanne. “Self’s Two Halves Make an Artistic Whole” in Fort Worth Star-
      Telegram, March 14, 1999.
     "Roomies." Cite. The Architecture and Design Review of Houston, p.55. #31 Winter-
      Spring 1994.


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        "Windows of Observation." ACSA News. Nov. 1992, vol. 22, no. 3.
        "Alternatives in Studio: Texas A&M University, Windows of Observation." In CRIT 28.
         The Journal of the American Institute of Architecture Students. Spring 1992.

    Curating
     “Interior Dialogues” - Organized a cross disciplinary exhibition of a painter, a poet, a
      sculptor, a photographer and a composer.
     "City Room Garden" Invited to co-curate a national exhibition of 50 artists and architects
      with Joyce Rosner and Greg Snyder.

AWARDS AND HONORS
   2002 Raucous Science Club Award for “TOMB+ritual” from the Art in the Metroplex
    2002 competition.
   Distinguished Teaching Award by The Association of Former Students of Texas A&M
    University, 1994.
   John T. Mitchell Traveling Fellowship. Funded analysis of the urban park at La Villette -
    Paris, 1988.

OTHER RECOGNITION
   Invited to lecture, present drawing workshops and to review student work at numerous
    universities.
   Works of art in private collections.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIP AND ACTIVITY
   Member of the Interior Design Educators Council – joined 2001.
   Member of the American Institute of Architects – joined 1997.
   Member of the Texas Society of Architects – joined 1997.




                                                                            updated 7 October 2002




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