All posts by Kimberly Lesley

ProQuest: The Arts

ProQuest: The Arts is a great source when searching for articles from scholarly journals and magazines. Remember: many journals that are not available in full text can be found through WebBridge.

This will search other UArts Libraries databases and provide you with a direct link to search our catalog for articles in our physical collection. Look for the FindIt@UArts link in your database results list to connect to WebBridge.

View ProQuest’s YouTube channel for more information about searching, sending articles, and more.
If you have questions about any UArts Libraries’ resources or services, just contact me, your very own liaison to the graduate program in Studio Art!

 

Mergers, Dreams, and Demolitions: The UArts Campus Real and Imagined

 

On your way into Anderson Hall, take a moment to view the exhibit Mergers, Dreams, and Demolitions: The UArts Campus, Real and Imagined created by Phoebe Kowalewski, Cataloger and Processing Archivist at UArts Libraries, with installation assistance from archives volunteer Damien McCaffery. On public display for the first time, these materials are from the University Archives.

The exhibit will be on display until December 18, 2015.

Adrien Segal

Adrien Segal will be speaking Thursday, July 16, 2015 at noon as part of the MFA Studio Art Lecture Series.

To explore resources in furniture design, do a subject search in the library catalog (library.uarts.edu) for any of the following terms:

Furniture
Furniture Design
Furniture Making
Wood Carving
Woodwork

The Libraries also subscribe to Fine Woodworking, available in the current periodicals section of the Greenfield Library. Older issues are available to view in the Vault.

Studio Art MFA Lecture Series: Alice Gray Stites

Alice Gray Stites will be speaking Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at noon as part of the MFA Studio Art Lecture Series.

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Articles about Stites’ work as 21C Properties Museum Director and interviews can be accessed through the Libraries’ subscription to EBSCO:

5 Questions For Alice Gray Stites

and LexisNexis:

Curator Describes Hotels’ ‘Immersive Art’

Art to Wake to – and Sleep With – at 21c Museum 

Images:

http://www.21cmuseumhotels.com

 

 

Anthony Goicolea

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This summer’s MFA Studio Art Lecture Series begins with Anthony Goicolea’s lecture on Wednesday, June 25, 2015 at 12:00 pm.

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His work has been featured in two titles in the Libraries’ collection:

Badlands: New Horizons in Landscape

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Photoart: Photography in the 21st Century

779.0922 P565g 2007  

Gallery exhibit reviews and interviews with the artist can be accessed through LexisNexis Academic. Remember to always go to library.uarts.edu to access online subscription resources.

 

Images:

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Creator : Anthony Goicolea
Title : Deconstruction
Date : 2007
ARTstor : LARRY_QUALLS_10313420844
URL : http://0-library.artstor.org.catalog.library.uarts.edu/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FTxTdD4gJDAnIS4ld1N7R3srWH8pdVF8
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Creator : Anthony Goicolea
Title : Still Life with Pig
Date : 2005
ARTstor : LARRY_QUALLS_10312609826
URL : http://0-library.artstor.org.catalog.library.uarts.edu/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FTxTdD4gJDAnIS4ld1N7R3sqW38ifFd4
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Creator : Anthony Goicolea
Title : Orchard
Date : 2005
ARTstor : LARRY_QUALLS_10312609878
URL : http://0-library.artstor.org.catalog.library.uarts.edu/library/secure/ViewImages?id=%2FTxTdD4gJDAnIS4ld1N7R3sqW38ifFJz

Blind Date with a Book…or Disc!

You spot them from across the room. Strong, enigmatic, and oh so enticing. You can’t wait to get underneath their covers…

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This Valentine’s Day indulge your sense of mystery and go on a blind date with a book from the Greenfield Library. Who knows? You could meet your literary soulmate.

Need some help breaking the ice? Visit the Music Library and pick a mystery CD. Trust us, it makes for a great conversation starter.

All books and CDs are available for immediate check out at the circulation desk, just bring your chosen mystery date and your UArts ID.

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No More Overdue Fines for Most Items

We’re always reviewing and reconsidering library policies, and we think you’ll like this decision: beginning this semester there will be no more overdue fines on circulating books, scores, videos, or CDs.

The nitty gritty details:

We will still charge replacement fees for lost items (something can be so overdue that it’s declared lost), and there will be fines for course reserve materials, library equipment, interlibrary loan items, and recalled materials. Please contact Kimberly Lesley if you have questions, or consult our web pages on policy for more information. We will not be waiving existing overdue fines, and materials checked out last semester may still incur overdue fines. Return everything and start anew!

Remember: you can always view your library record and renew most items at https://catalog.library.uarts.edu/patroninfo~S1/

Library Fine Forgiveness: Staff Council Food Drive

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Now is your opportunity to direct your overdue fines to alleviating hunger in the Philadelphia region. All overdue fines paid will go to the UArts Staff Council PhilAbundance Food Drive. You may also choose to donate non-perishable food items in lieu of money. Please bring donation items to the circulation desk in Greenfield or in Music. Please note: this applies only to overdue fines. Lost items must still be replaced or paid for.

One item will cover up to $5.00 in overdue fines.
Two items will cover up to $10.00 in overdue fines and so on.
You must bring items to the Greenfield or Music Library circulation desk in order for us to waive your fines.

Deadline for food items is Monday, December 15. Food donations will only be accepted for overdue fines. 

Items should be recently purchased, unopened and in good condition.
Cans or plastic bottles only, no glass containers, please. Boxed items are acceptable.