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Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month with SMU Libraries!

In partnership with the SMU Association of Asian and Pacific American Scholars and Allies (AAPASA), we encourage SMU students, faculty and staff to celebrate Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month by learning more about the AAPI community. Here are a few ways to do so: Read a book Contemporary Asian America includes essays on Asian…Continue Reading Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month with SMU Libraries!

Bridwell Edible Book Festival (BEBFest May 3, 2022)

Bridwell Edible Book Festival — BEBFest 2022 — Tuesday, May 3 • 1:30pm–3pm Gill Hall, Bridwell Library     Thank you to all who participated & voted in this year’s BEBFest. We are excited to announce the BEBFest 2022 winners!   1. MacBeth Cake by the “MacBakers” 2. Tell Tale Heart by Rachel Holmes 3….Continue Reading Bridwell Edible Book Festival (BEBFest May 3, 2022)

News from the DeGolyer-March 2022

Each month, DeGolyer Library shares updates and collection highlights via a month newsletter. You can read the latest edition here: March 2022 Want our updates delivered to your inbox? Click here to sign up to stay in touch! Past Issues: February 2022 January 2022 December 2021 November 2021 October 2021 September 2021 August 2021 July 2021…Continue Reading News from the DeGolyer-March 2022

Music & Metadata Librarian, Rahni Kennedy Selected for ARL Leadership and Career Development Program

Photo of Rahni B. Kennedy; headshot black man in a suit with a gold tie

Rahni B. Kennedy, Music & Media Catalog/Metadata Librarian and Physical Processing Manager, has been selected to participate in the (ARL) 2022-2023 Leadership and Career Development Program (LCPD).  The LCDP is a yearlong program that prepares mid-career level librarians from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups to prepare them to take on leadership roles in their…Continue Reading Music & Metadata Librarian, Rahni Kennedy Selected for ARL Leadership and Career Development Program

Maître d’art Didier Mutel Lectures at SMU April 7 & 8

Maître d’art Didier Mutel Lectures at SMU   RSVP: April 7, 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. & RSVP: April 8, 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.     *Lectures are free and open to the public French Maître d’art Didier Mutel to Speak at SMU April 7 and 8, 2022 The book artist, engraver and printer Didier Mutel, who has…Continue Reading Maître d’art Didier Mutel Lectures at SMU April 7 & 8

Adrian Miller to Receive 2022 Literati Award from Friends of SMU Libraries

Culinary historian, author and James Beard Award winner, Adrian Miller

  The Friends of SMU Libraries will host this year’s annual Tables of Content fundraiser, Saturday, March 19, 2022.  The Tables of Content features round tables of engaging discussion with a range of fascinating table hosts on a variety of topics. The event begins with a cocktail reception showcasing 10 featured authors from the Dallas…Continue Reading Adrian Miller to Receive 2022 Literati Award from Friends of SMU Libraries

News from the DeGolyer–February 2022

Each month, DeGolyer Library shares updates and collection highlights via a month newsletter. You can read the latest edition here: February 2022   Want our updates delivered to your inbox? Click here to sign up to stay in touch! Past Issues: January 2022 December 2021 November 2021 October 2021 September 2021 August 2021 July 2021 June…Continue Reading News from the DeGolyer–February 2022

The Bridwell Quarterly Issue 14 Winter 2022 & The Bridwell Quill Jan-Mar 2022

Please enjoy “The Carpenter & the Fig Tree” issues 41–43 of Anthony Elia’s newsletter The Bridwell Quill along with issue 14 of Bridwell Library’s The Bridwell Quarterly (Winter 2022).                 Friends and colleagues who will be in the Dallas area March 7–9, please join us for our one-of-a-kind avant-garde festival of music, lectures, food, artists’ books, poetic performances, and…Continue Reading The Bridwell Quarterly Issue 14 Winter 2022 & The Bridwell Quill Jan-Mar 2022

Theology & Art of the Score: An Exhibit Accompanying A Festival of Form

  THEOLOGY AND ART OF THE SCORE An Exhibit on Cage’s Musical World Bridwell Library Theology and Art of the Score is an exhibit that comes out of various interdisciplinary projects that took place at Bridwell Library over the last year.  During the Dante Festival in late August 2021, the musical work produced by composer…Continue Reading Theology & Art of the Score: An Exhibit Accompanying A Festival of Form

A Festival of Form: John Cage & the Infinite Human (March 7–9)

  Bridwell Library & Perkins Sacred Music Program Present A FESTIVAL OF FORM John Cage & the Infinite Human March 7-9, 2022 RSVP   An avant-garde festival of music, sound, silence, art, and books  at Bridwell Library and Perkins Chapel  Featuring    A 16-hour performance of Cage’s Organ2/ASLSP  “As Slow as Possible”   Lecture and music by…Continue Reading A Festival of Form: John Cage & the Infinite Human (March 7–9)