Over the years, the UT Arlington Fine Arts Library had accumulated a sizable collection of print sheet music scores. Thanks to an internal library grant, it was possible over a three month period in 2016 to digitize a small sampling of this collection. By making this collection available to a global audience, researchers worldwide will have the ability to study the history of the United States from a unique perspective since sheet music from this era can reveal much about public opinion and the social and political issues of pre-1923 America.
Winter Retrieval Project
December 17–31, the branch libraries will be closed.
If you need a resource from the Architecture and Fine Arts Library, the Science and Engineering Library, or the Library Collections Depository, we’ve got your back.
Just submit a request to our friendly staff at the Central Library, or email email@example.com and we will retrieve the resource for you! You will receive a confirmation email when it is ready to be picked up from the Central Library Service Desk.
¡Viva México! A Comic Book History of Mexico
The Golden Age of the Mexican comic book, known in Spanish as historietas, began in the 1930s with the publication of comic book digests that serialized U.S. strips like Superman, Dick Tracy, and Betty Boop, combining them with strips by Mexican creators. This digital exhibit celebrates the artistry, invention and diversity of the Golden Age of Mexican comic books. Here, through these humble comics, are the heroes and villains, the triumphs and the tragedies, and the cultural icons that have defined modern Mexico.
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Money Smart Week Events
To celebrate Money Smart Week, the UTA Libraries is teaming up with the UTA Student Money Management Center, UTA Career Development Center, and other businesses and organizations to provide you financial advice.
Monday April 25:
Money Smart Fair, Library Mall, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Tues April 26:
Student Loans, Central Library second floor, room 203, 2-3 p.m.; presented by UTA Student Money Management Center
Wednesday April 27:
Budgeting, Savings, & Credit, Central Library second floor, room 203, 1-2 p.m.; presented by UTA Student Money Management Center
Thursday April 28:
Job Searching 101, Central Library 6th floor Parlor, 1-2 p.m.; presented by UTA Career Development Center Investing & Retiring, Central Library 6th Floor Parlor, 3-4 p.m.; presented by Wells Fargo