The Health Sciences Library will be open Sunday, July 3 from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.
See anatomy in a new way through mixed media artist Brittany Williamson’s bold interpretations. Come see her study of a model in motion and the striking 5 panel installation of ‘Visualized Anatomy’. Hallsville High school student and art apprentice, Rae, joined Brittany in creation of the installation pieces. The anatomy works will be on display through September 3.
Read more about the display in the June 26th Tribune article, "What a Piece of Work".
In honor of Memorial Day the Health Sciences Library will have reduced hours Sunday, May 29, noon until 5:00 p.m,. and will be closed Monday, May 30,
Come by to see the beautiful, evocative landscapes of Byron Smith, painted in watercolor and oil. Through his exquisite use of color and bold lines, Byron transports us to the scene in the painting, whether summertime by the river or an afternoon in Capen Park . View Columbia and the surrounding areas through this artist’s eyes throughout spring semester.
Congratulations to these winners of yesterday's Centennial Celebration raffle!
Grace Atkins, Charmain Fernando, Nita Kohli, Helena Lam, Emma Libby, Phil Neff, Meghan Stuckel, Derek Su, and Tushar Tarun
With her art, Hannah brings a mixture of playfulness and beauty to the library. See for yourself the cow in skinny jeans, Matt Groening’s Bender, Peaceful Koi, Kim and Darren in portrait and more. Hannah recently completed her graphic design degree. Her art will display in the library throughout fall semester.
On Thursday, June 18, from 1pm – 5pm, library staff will participate in Active Threat training on first floor of the library. Classroom training will be held in HSL 117 from 1pm – 2:30pm. Following that, active exercises will range throughout first floor and may include yelling, running and other loud noises. Please plan your library visit accordingly. We apologize for the disruption.
Audrey McFadden brings a burst of sunshine to the library with cheerful blooms in bright colors. On small canvases and large, flowers and trees painted in acrylic, transform the west wall of the library into a garden. Audrey's paintings will be on display through the month of August. You will also find her work displayed at Art in the Park this June.