First Cushing Salon of the Season: Art Talk and Exhibit by HNU Student Alex Sing: “My Path to Art”
Thursday January 19, 7 – 8 p.m., Cushing Library Glass Lounge. Open to the public.
Holy Names Student Alex Sing, the Cushing Library’s 6th Artist in Residence, originally thought he didn’t like art. But his work at HNU exposed him to creating artwork in a variety of media. Come hear Alex present, see his magnificent artwork gracing our walls, and of course, enjoy nibblies and conversation with fellow art-lovers.
Did Santa bring you an e-reader?
A Kindle? Nook? iPad? Droid? iPod? Sony e-reader? Etc.? If so, then be sure to check out our Overdrive ebook collection — restocked in December with bestsellers, annual “best book” lists, New York Times Notables, and more. Let us know if you need assistance using Overdrive. Use our website, http://library.hnu.edu, to recommend new titles to purchase.
Effective today, Wednesday, January 11: 9 am – 9 pm Monday through Thursday, 10-5 Friday, 10-3 Saturday, and 1 pm – 7 pm Sunday.
It’s Nursing Weekend, and librarians Daniel Ransom, Nicole Branch, and Rachel Hanses are here Thursday through Saturday to help you with your research needs.
Other Cushing Library Salons for Spring 2012
All events are open to the public and feature light refreshments.
Tuesday 2/7 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Book Talk, HNU student and sparkling memoirist Belo Cipriani, Blind: A Memoir
Tuesday 2/14 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm: Valentine’s Day Brownbag Concert, original compositions by HNU student Doug Jones
Thursday 3/15 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Book Talk, local investigative reporter Thomas Peele, Killing the Messenger, about an Oakland crime family
Tuesday 3/20 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm: Brownbag Concert, Selections from Andrew Lloyd Webber by HNU student Christiana Hargrave