Hub White, Architect/Artist; University of Michigan College of Architecture and Design graduate; Professor Emeritus of the School of Architecture at the University of Illinois, having taught Architectural Design for thirty years, two of which were in Versailles, France. Additional teaching involved visiting appointments at other architecture schools, and being asked by some to conduct architecture studios and sketching workshops in Greece, Paris and Rome/Florence. Beyond formal education, additional studio art courses were enhanced by many workshops at Haystack and other art programs. Drawings are often exhibited locally.
Professional involvement as an architect included working for different significant architects in Ann Arbor, Bloomfield Hills MI, New Haven and LA. As a licensed Architect in Michigan and Illinois, a practice was established to design residential projects and enter juried architectural design competitions in the US and abroad, e.g. Venice Biennale; Womens Rights National Historic Park, to celebrate the first Convention for Womens Rights declaring equality,1848, Seneca Falls, NY : design received an Honorable Mention; several entries to other competitions have been exhibited.