Jake and Nancy Hamon Arts Library
The Jake and Nancy Hamon Arts Library is a four-story building located in the Owen Arts Center of the Meadows School of the Arts. A branch of the Central University Libraries, Hamon serves students and faculty in the areas of visual art, art history, cinema, communications, dance, music and theatre.
The Hamon Library's circulating and reference collections contain more than 180,000 physical items on the visual and performing arts, including more than 32,000 sound and visual recordings. In addition, the Library subscribest to some 300 arts periodicals and provides access to more than 60 online resources specific to the arts, including ARTstor, Naxos Music Library, DRAM, Classical Music Library and Music and Performing Arts Online.
The library's collections specifically support the Meadows curriculum and are particularly strong in European and American arts. The Hamon's research and meeting facilities include a conference room, group audiovisual study and presentation rooms, individual study rooms and carrels and public computers. Computers are located on all four floors. Wireless access points allow students with laptops to use library resources throughout the building.
Learn more about the Hamon Arts Library on their website.
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