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AUSTIN, Texas (November 23, 2010) — The Fine Arts Library will host an event in recognition of World AIDS Day, which occurs annually on December 1.
 
Guest speaker Akinyi Wadende, a graduate fellow in Education at Texas State University, will be joined by University of Texas Professor of Art History Moyo Okediji to present "Kwe Mosiko: HIV/AIDS, Art and Activism" in the Roberts Reading Room of the Fine Arts Library in the Doty Fine Arts Building beginning at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, December 1.

 

AUSTIN, Texas (November 18, 2010) — The Fine Arts Library (FAL) will temporarily close for a construction project to take place during the winter holiday break between semesters.
 
The Fine Arts Library will be closed Monday, January 3, through Friday, January 14, and will reopen for the first day of spring classes on Tuesday, January 18. Staff will observe regular hours during this period and will be available by both phone and email.

 

AUSTIN, Texas (November 5, 2010) — A popular annual program to assist students during the taxing final stretch of the semester is returning to the University of Texas Libraries.
 
Just as students face the final crunch of deadlines for assignments, research papers and presentations, Reference and Information Services (RIS) in Perry-Castañeda Library, the McKinney Engineering Library, the Fine Arts Library and the Kuehne Physics Mathematics Astronomy Library (PMA) will promote the availability of in-person, drop-by assistance, subject librarian consultations and the UT Libraries Ask a Librarian IM and email services.

 

AUSTIN, Texas — The Fine Arts Library at The University of Texas at Austin will host an intimate conversation with the creators of the world's longest-running musical, "The Fantasticks."
 
"What Starts Here: A Conversation with Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt" will take place in the Roberts Reading Room in the Fine Arts Library at 3 p.m. on Thursday, October 14. Department of Theatre & Dance faculty Holly Williams will moderate.

 

AUSTIN, Texas (May 3, 2010) — The Fine Arts Library is hosting an exhibition tracking the life and work of Colonel Leo Bond Roberts.
 
An opening reception takes place from 5-7 p.m., Friday, May 7, in the Roberts Reading Room of the Fine Arts Library. The exhibit will be on view through July.

AUSTIN, Texas (March 22, 2010) – The Fine Arts Library and the Center for Women's and Gender Studies will host an exhibition of photographs featuring acclaimed choreographer Deborah Hay.

"The Rightness of Movement: Photographs of Deborah Hay by Phyllis Liedeker Finley" will be on display in the Fine Arts Library from March 26-April 8, and features 20 photographs taken of Hay in Austin over the course of fifteen years.

AUSTIN, Texas (January 27, 2010)—The Fine Arts Library (FAL) at The University of Texas at Austin will offer a new service to expand access to its audiovisual (AV) collections.

Available now, users will be able to have audiovisual materials at FAL delivered to a convenient campus branch of the University of Texas Libraries.

AUSTIN, Texas (November 20, 2009) — The Fine Arts Library is hosting an art performance and installation in recognition of World AIDS Day.

Alafia, a performance and installation of African art by Issa Nyaphaga and University of Texas Art History faculty Moyo Okediji, will take place from 5-6 p.m. on Tuesday, December 1.

AUSTIN, Texas—The Fine Arts Library and the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin will host the public opening of a recently assembled collection of art and artifacts at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12, in the Fine Arts Library in the Doty Fine Arts Building.

The event is free and open to the public.

AUSTIN, Texas–The Fine Arts Library (FAL) will be hosting an advance screening of season 5 of the Peabody Award-winning PBS documentary series Art: 21—Art in the Twenty-First Century.

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