Category Archives: Collection News

Updated and new services for Faculty

Faculty! Check out Hamon’s new online print course reserve request form!  Now, we will pull Hamon books and scores for you! All the details can be found at http://smu.edu/cul/services/placereserve/form-hamon.asp The Hamon Arts Library For information email: lagail@smu.edu

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Hamon Library Welcomes Fashion Media Majors

The Division of Journalism in the Meadows School of the Arts has developed its successful Fashion Media minor into a new major. The Hamon Arts Library welcomes Fashion Media students and faculty with a display of recent book acquisitions located … Continue reading

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Lecture and exhibit with Jeff Gordon, Film Historian and Collector

Topic: Linda Darnell: From Dallas to Hollywood; Selections from the Jeff Gordon Collection Date: Friday, February 8, 2013 Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm preview reception (Hawn Gallery, Hamon Arts Library) 7:00 pm lecture (O’Donnell Lecture Hall, Owen Arts Center) (view campus map) About Jeff Gordon … Continue reading

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New books in the Latin American collection

Hamon recently received a small but focused collection of books on Latin American art from John Lunsford, former curator of the Dallas Museum of Art and former Adjunct Associate Professor in Art History at SMU. Most of these books are … Continue reading

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New DVDs in the Hamon AV Department

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New Materials in Film & Theatre

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Finding aid for Aunspaugh Art Club records now online

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Studi Etruschi

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