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November 2017

Collective Practice: Community Building Through Zines – Curatorial discussion of Selected Works, Part II

This blog post is a continuation of the Hawn Gallery’s series on the exhibition Collective Practice: Community Building Through Zines by Puro Chingón Collective. Below is a discussion of pieces in the exhibition, chosen by Curatorial fellow Emily Rueggeberg. In… Continue Reading →

Food for Library Fines – Nov. 27th – Dec. 15th

During this holiday season, Hamon Arts and Fondren Libraries are again participating in the donation program, Food for Library Fines. Students, faculty and staff at SMU may bring food donations and receive $2 credit for existing library fines for each… Continue Reading →

Bywaters Special Collections Artist Profile: Mary Frances Doyle

Featured in the exhibition Texas Women Artists: Selections from Bywaters Special Collections, on the 2nd floor of Hamon Arts Library. Mary Frances Doyle (1904 – 2000) was known as both a dedicated art teacher and an outstanding printmaker, particularly with… Continue Reading →

Remixing the News – KERA’s Frame of Mind & the Jones Film & Video Collection event

Join the G. William Jones Film & Video Collection for an advanced screening of an upcoming episode of KERA’s Frame of Mind – Remixing the News on Tuesday, November 14th at 7:30 pm in the O’Donnell Hall, Owen Arts Center, SMU. This… Continue Reading →

Collective Practice: Community Building Through Zines – Curatorial discussion of Selected Works

The Hawn Gallery’s current exhibition, Collective Practice: Community Building Through Zines, had a brisk turnout at its opening reception on October 20th and continues to draw many visitors to its installation. At the opening, members of Puro Chingón Collective – Claudia Zapata,… Continue Reading →

New publication available in SMU Scholar: Eastside Landmark

John Chávez, the SMU History Department and the Central University Libraries are especially gratified to announce that Professor Chávez’ book, Eastside Landmark: A History of the East Los Angeles Community Union, 1968-1993, is now available entirely open access in SMU… Continue Reading →

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