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March 2016

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Submissions to the Hamon blog are accepted year round. We welcome submissions from students, faculty, staff, and those from the broader Dallas community. Examples of submissions include:

Making the write moves: Grant writing workshop April 5

This workshop presents organizational steps to help you begin your research for funding sources and craft clear and compelling proposals. Presented by Beverly Mitchell, Art and Dance Librarian.

Panel Discussion – Social Costs of War: Trauma and the Trials of Homecoming

  In conjunction with Hamon’s spring 2016 exhibition, Scott Gleeson: Travels in Ithaca, a site-specific art installation in the Library’s Mildred Hawn Gallery and Hamon lobby, the panel discussion, Social Costs of War: Trauma and the Trials of Homecoming, raises awareness… Continue Reading →

Meet Mariza Morin, Stacks Manager

Mariza Morin joined the Hamon Arts Library at the beginning of Fall 2015. Since then, she has spearheaded large projects that have improved the orderliness of library collections. Mariza’s work is like pruning plants to keep them healthy and productive, and… Continue Reading →

Collection Spotlight: Ann Cushing Gantz papers

Ann Cushing Gantz (1933 – 2012), a Dallas native, achieved distinction as artist, gallery owner, and art instructor. Her gallery, known as “Cushing Galleries,” served as a location for both gallery exhibitions and art classes. Gantz has taken an active… Continue Reading →

Travels in Ithaca – Gallery Talk Notes

On Wednesday, February 9th, Scott Gleeson gave a gallery talk on his exhibition Travels in Ithaca. He spoke broadly about the therapy of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and how it informs the works in the exhibition, and artists and groups… Continue Reading →

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