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Hawn Gallery presents R3clamation: Routes & Roots, An Installation by Basil Kincaid

The Hawn Gallery presents:

R3clamation: Routes & Roots, An Installation by Basil Kincaid

[If the map to freedom was etched on the inside of your forehead, would you carve back the skin and follow the route to your roots?]

On view October 28th – December 11th, 2016

Opening Reception: Friday, October 28th from 6-8 p.m. at the Hawn Gallery, Hamon Arts Library Continue reading “Hawn Gallery presents R3clamation: Routes & Roots, An Installation by Basil Kincaid”

How the News Got Made: A Rare Look at SMU’s WFAA Newsfilm and a Conversation With the People Who Created It

Learn how the news was captured and shared, and gain a new appreciation for the hard work and ingenuity that went into making the WFAA nightly news throughout the 1960s and ’70s. A panel of notable WFAA staff, including on-screen personalities and behind the scenes personnel, will present clips from SMU’s Jones Film and Video Collection and share stories of their experiences together while making the news. Click here for ticketing information.

Saturday, October 22, 2016  5:15-6:45 pm       

Angelika Film Center and Cafe – 5321 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas 75026

Open Access Week in October

Central University Libraries and Southern Methodist University present and invite you to Open Access Week 2016 at Southern Methodist University

Open Access Week at SMU will take place on October 24 – 28, 2016, in the Fondren Library. Three speakers will be highlighted in the Foyer of the Fondren Library on Oct 25, 26 and 28 and an informational table will be placed in the Collaborative Commons area,
Monday through Friday from 11am to 2pm. Continue reading “Open Access Week in October”

Pictorial: WFAA ID Launch Party – Crowdsourcing event at Hamon

Continue reading “Pictorial: WFAA ID Launch Party – Crowdsourcing event at Hamon”

Inside Out/Outside In: Investigating the implications of the built environment on Veterans diagnosed with combat-related PTSD

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The Social Costs of War: Trauma and the Trials of Homecoming. PANELISTS: Donna Cranston, Executive Director of Defenders of Freedom; SFC Jody Thompson (RET); Tina Bass, M.S., LPC, Psychotherapist, UT Dallas Center for Brain Health; Christina Donaldson, Interior Design Strategist, Gensler. MODERATORS: Dr. Alicia Meuret, Director, Anxiety and Depression Research Center, SMU; and Scott Gleeson ’09, Independent Visual Artist.

The Hamon blog team invited Christina Donaldson, an interior designer and researcher, who participated in the panel discussion at Hamon on PTSD, The Social Costs of War: Trauma and the Trials of Homecoming, on April 5th, to contribute a posting on her research. This panel discussion was organized in conjunction with the Hawn Gallery exhibition, Travels in Ithaca, on view at Hamon until May 16th. Donaldson’s research examines the intersection of interior design and psychology, and how this interdisciplinary approach may yield a better understanding of combat-related PTSD.

Continue reading “Inside Out/Outside In: Investigating the implications of the built environment on Veterans diagnosed with combat-related PTSD”

Take a paws next week

 

Need a break from studying? Want to lower your stress levels? Stop by the Taubman Atrium next Tuesday, May 3, between 11:00AM until 3:00 PM and spend a little time with the pooches from Pet Partners therapy dog group. Participants in this group will be bringing several dogs to help you find your calm, happy place before finals.

Janet Turner: Texas Printmaker

The current exhibition at Meadows Museum at SMU, Process and Innovation: Carlotta Corpron and Janet Turner, is a welcome reminder of earlier showings of Janet Turner’s prints in Dallas and elsewhere in Texas.  Don’t miss Turner’s remarkable prints now on loan from Hamon’s Bywaters Special Collections, along with other private lenders, including Jack and Beverly Wilgus -donors who have generously pledged their historic photographic collection to DeGolyer Library. Images by Beverly Wilgus, a former student of Corpron, will also be on view.

Continue reading “Janet Turner: Texas Printmaker”

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. Continue reading “Making the write moves: Grant writing workshop April 5”

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 of the sociological implications of war since the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. Experts in veteran advocacy, brain trauma studies, and combat veterans will deliver 10-minute talks followed by a discussion. Local panel participants include: Donna Cranston, Executive Director of Defenders of Freedom (DoF); a US Combat Veteran and DoF client; Christina (Tina) Bass, M.S., LPC, Psychotherapist and PTSD research assistant, UTDallas Center for Brain Health; The panel moderators are Dr. Alicia Meuret, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Anxiety and Depression Research Center, Dedman College, SMU; and Scott Gleeson ’09, visual artist.

The panel, organized in conjunction with Scott Gleeson: Travels In Ithaca, is held as part of the Library’s 25th anniversary celebration.

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