Enjoy the holidays by catching up on some reading or enjoying films you have access to through the film databases that the library provides.
Undergraduates, graduates, faculty and staff come test your gaming skills from 1-9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9 in role-playing, board, video and social deduction games. Student marketplace, sensory and craft spaces available. Snacks provided.
Watercolor studies by students in the Plein Air Watercolor course, taught by Design & Production Professor John Coyne, are on display in the 2nd floor Library Gallery.
Midoria Linster will be the full-time Library circulation and access services assistant. Linster has served in a part-time capacity since the spring of 2022 and has enlivened the first floor with her dynamic book displays that highlight various library collections.
The "Designing a Legacy: Christina Giannini at NCSA" exhibit explores Giannini's impact at NCSA, featuring highlights from her extensive collection of costume and set design drawings, as well as photographs and ephemera, from the UNCSA Archives.
The UNCSA Library's Makerspace gives campus access to 3D and large format printing, sewing machines, VR goggles and more to learn, work and explore new avenues of expression. Reserve its equipment.
Check out Swank Digital Campus and Kanopy using your UNCSA credentials. The campus has access to almost 10,000 documentaries and feature films through the UNCSA Library website.
DLA faculty member Mike Wakeford will moderate a panel discussion featuring End of Isolation Tour theater-makers and local author of the Darryl Hunt saga, 8:30-10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, in the UNCSA Library.