Hamon Arts Library

Hamon Arts Library The Hamon Arts Library is located in the Meadows School of the Arts which centers on the study, crea
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10/27/2022

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10/27/2022

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10/27/2022

0:00, 11:35 - United States Senator John Tower says that the Nixon Administrations feels that they have negotiated a peaceful settlement in Vietnam; he suppo...

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10/27/2022

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10/27/2022

Join us tomorrow, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 from 4-5 pm on Zoom (Zoom Meeting ID: 923 7145 3875) for a chat with Brittany Luberda (SMU Masters in Art History ‘13), Anne Stone Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts, Baltimore Museum of Art! What is it like to curate outside the museum? Or curating objects, like quilts and furniture, that some people don’t think of as “art”? Brittany Luberda (SMU ‘13) of the Baltimore Museum of Art will chat with us via Zoom about her career as a curator of decorative arts, both in traditional museums and in historic homes. In her current job, Ms. Luberda oversees a growing collection of approximately 8,000 objects and furniture from North America, Europe, and non-Indigenous South America, curating exhibitions such as “She Knew Where She Was Going: Gee’s Bend Quilts and Civil Rights”. Earlier in her career, Ms. Luberda worked as the Research Assistant in Decorative Arts and Design at the Saint Louis Art Museum, and as a department assistant in both Conservation and Decorative Arts at The Frick Collection in New York. She has additional curatorial experience at the Dallas Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Smart Museum of Art in Chicago. In addition to talking about her career path, Ms. Luberda will also discuss the different options for curatorial work, including whether or not you need to earn a PhD in order to be a curator.

10/26/2022

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10/26/2022

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10/26/2022

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10/26/2022

Check out our newsletter   Upcoming Events   The Tide Rises Again: Current American Voices Join SYZYGY for an inspiring program of works by leading voices of American composition. October 24 The Seagu

10/26/2022

The Dallas Observer named Dalí/Vermeer: A Dialogue one of the best things to do in Dallas this weekend.

Make certain you set time aside to visit.

10/26/2022

Aquatic Channels: Waterways, Water Resources, Fluvial Imagination turns rivers into lines of connection. Moving and flowing in many directions, these lines form a complex network of images, ideas, sounds, and objects, evoking a symbolic hydrography in the exhibition space. Bodies of water become the conduits of the meanings. Rivers shape human and non-human existence in their multiple roles as fundamental resources for sustenance of life. Rivers are spatial markers in continual reconfiguration. Rivers are political actors. Rivers preserve particles of the past. Aquatic Channels presents the works of Ubiratan Gamalodtaba Suruí, Gabriel Bicho, Laray Polk, and Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas.
Aquatic Channels: Waterways, Water Resources, Fluvial Imagination is curated by PhD candidate in Art History Gabriela Paiva de Toledo. Funding supported by the Meadows Division of Art and Art History , SMU Libraries, and Friends of the SMU Libraries.

Opening reception: October 29, from 1 to 5 PM.
This exhibition occurs simultaneously at the Hawn Gallery at Hamon Arts library and the Po***ck Gallery in Expressway Tower.
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10/25/2022

Aquatic Channels: Waterways, Water Resources, Fluvial Imagination opening October 29, 1 – 5 pm

Aquatic Channels: Waterways, Water Resources, Fluvial Imagination opening October 29, 1 – 5 pm Posted on October 25, 2022 Aquatic channels: waterways, water resources, fluvial imagination reflects on rivers as complex systems shaping human and non-human existence in their multiple roles as fundame...

10/18/2022

Friends of SMU Libraries, originally founded in 1970 as Colophon, is dedicated to promoting and enriching the resources, services and operations of the seven SMU Libraries. Friends hosts a series of programs each year for book lovers to become acquainted with each other and the many resources of SMU...

10/18/2022

We are looking forward to spring 2023!! Over the next two weeks, we will feature our Art History spring semester course offerings!

ARHS 1308: Epic of Latin America (taught by Professor Roberto Conduru) examines art, society, and culture in Latin America, 1450–1950. Presents art as a broad and multifaceted cultural problematic, and considers the enduring legacies and the dynamic processes of change that have shaped the region and its art. Topics include pre-Columbian empires; royal Spanish cities and revolution, reform, and modernism; Umbanda, Santeria, and Vodou; and Native American and gendered identities. An introductory survey course intended for undergraduate students of all academic and professional interests; no previous art history courses or experience with Latin America necessary. Includes slide lectures, classroom discussions, and visits to SMU and Dallas museums.

10/07/2022

Opening today!
The Joy of Cooking: Two Centuries of Cookbooks at the DeGolyer Library
The exhibit highlights the vast collection of cookbooks preserved in our library. They are a storehouse of recipes, as well as a sign of technological, sociological, cultural, and economic change over time. From handwritten recipe collections and household guides of the 19th century, to ‘reducing’ cookbooks of the 1920s and the rationing cookbooks of World War II, this exhibit charts changing attitudes and approaches to homecooked meals.
The Joy of Cooking exhibit will also examine food communities in America, including Jewish cuisine, African American foodways, and church and community cookbooks.
If we are what we eat, cookbooks can tell us much about our character in the past.

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10/04/2022

The Meadows family is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Jan Sloman, Principal Associate Concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony and former educator at SMU Meadows.

Meadows violin faculty member Diane Kitzman commemorated Mr. Sloman saying:

"Jan Sloman, my stand partner and friend will be deeply missed. He was an outstanding musician and exceptional teacher. He was an enormous presence in the lives of aspiring young violinists establishing successful studios in Dallas and The Cleveland Institute of Music. His intelligence, wit, and dynamic personality will long be remembered."

09/29/2022

Join us for 'Judgment at Nuremberg', Abby Mann’s stage version of the Academy Award winning film, chronicling the post-World War II trials at Nuremberg. Show runs Wednesday–Sunday, details and tickets at: https://bit.ly/3UGbKs9 |

09/29/2022

Please join us for our second Comini lecture of the fall semester! The lecture will take place in Greer Garson 3515 from 5:30pm to 7pm on Thursday, September 29th. Dr. Michael Gaudio, Professor of Art History, University of Minnesota, will present his lecture "Putting the Mounds in Perspective".

Image Caption: Edwin Whitefield, Burial Mound in Minnesota, c. 1857 (Minnesota History Center, Gale Family Library).

09/29/2022

Check out our newsletter   Upcoming Events   Masterclass: Spencer Myer, guest pianist American pianist Spencer Myer is one of the most respected and sought-after artists on today's concert stage. Sep

09/29/2022

Award-winning journalist Lori Lizarraga ('15, B.A. Communications, Journalism) will be the newest co-host on NPR's Code Switch, joining Gene Demby, B.A. Parker, and Senior Correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates. Read more at: https://n.pr/3E29Egq | (photo: JerSean Golatt)

09/25/2022

Thank you to everyone who attended the first Comini lecture of the fall semester! Artists and collaborators Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick presented "The Carnival at the End of the World, or A Time Capsule Retrospective: Kahn & Selesnick on a Career of Collaboration in Absurdist Fantasy, BogusAnthropology & Fictitious Histories (Past & Future)". It was a lovely evening!

09/25/2022

Olivia Smith ‘11 opens her new gallery space, Magenta Plains, to much acclaim after nearly three years of renovations. Read the full story at: https://bit.ly/3xJW1OF | (photo credit: Don Stahl)

09/16/2022

Want to share the love you have for the Meadows Museum? Tell your friends and family how to get a FREE ticket to the Meadows for Smithsonian Magazine’s annual Museum Day on Saturday, September 17! Museum Day is a one-day event in which participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket. Visit their website to request a ticket: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/

09/15/2022

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09/15/2022

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Jake and Nancy Hamon Arts Library, SMU Libraries

The Hamon Library’s circulating and reference collections contain more than 180,000 items relating to the visual and performing arts. In addition, the Library has some 300 subscriptions to arts periodicals and provides access to more than 40 online resources that are specific to the arts. https://www.smu.edu/libraries/hamon/about

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