On your way into Anderson Hall, take a moment to view the exhibit created by Phoebe Kowalewski, Cataloger and Processing Archivist. On public display for the first time, these materials from the University Archives document the development of the UArts campus, including plans that never came to fruition.
Click through to our Tumblr page to see some of the latest additions to our collections!
Digital Theatre Plus allows UArts students, faculty, and staff the ability to stream recent British theatre productions in the classroom, in the home, or anywhere you would like!
David Campany details the combined history of photography and driving, from Robert Frank in the 1950s to Ryan McGinley or Justine Kurland today.
There is something for everyone on Kanopy, from 50s horror movies to French art films to multi-part Ken Burns documentaries.
Walter M. Miller Jr.’s only novel published within his lifetime is a story of the connections between science and religion stretching over millennia.