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May 2017

Interview with Marisa Infante, 2017 recipient of Larrie and Bobbi Weil Undergraduate Research Award

Congratulations go to Meadows art history student, Marisa Infante, who is the 2017 recipient of the Larrie and Bobbi Weil Undergraduate Research Award for her paper, The Amazons of Exekias and Eupolis: Demystifying Changes in Gender Roles. The Weil Award is… Continue Reading →

Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Greer Garson’s Mrs. Miniver

Mrs. Miniver was released on June 4, 1942 and went on to win six Academy Awards, including “Best Picture,” Best Director” and “Best Actress” with Greer Garson’s stellar performance.  It was the second of what would be seven nominations for… Continue Reading →

Hawn Gallery’s Piecing It Together and Eva Hesse

On April 26th, the Hamon Arts Library presented a screening of the 2015 documentary, Eva Hesse (Zeitgeist Films, dir. Marcie Begleiter) in conjunction with the Hawn Gallery’s current exhibition, Piecing It Together. This incredible film about the life and work… Continue Reading →

Collection Spotlight: Southern Methodist University Arden Club collection

The Southern Methodist University Arden Club was the student dramatic group on campus from 1916 to 1969. The collection documents the activities of the club from its first production in 1916 and throughout its fifty-three year history. It includes artwork,… Continue Reading →

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