Archive for January, 2010

Vivaldi’s Celebrated “Four Seasons” and Other Works

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Friday, February 12
8 p.m.

After last season’s great success, Professors Movses Pogossian and Guillaume Sutre return along with students from the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music to perform this popular work along with other compositions from the Baroque period, within the wonderful acoustics of the Powell Library Building Rotunda.

The rotunda is on the second floor of the Powell Library Building, which is directly across from Royce Hall. Parking is $10; the closest parking is in structures four, two, or five. See the UCLA maps and directions page for more information.

Admission to the following concerts is free, and seating is unreserved.

College Library – Night Powell Back in Business

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Now that is good news:

Night Powell the 24 hour reading room on the first floor of Powell Building is back in business. Have you Bruin Card ready for the CSO at the door.

Click here for the hours:

JSTOR broadens coverage of core humanities disciplines

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

JSTOR, that powerhouse of a database, is expanding Art’s and Humanities section by including rare 19th and 20th century Art Periodicals. Founded by the Met, Frick Collection, and the Brookly Museum, this will increase the titles by another 140 by the end of 2011. This collection will be called: Arts & Sciences VIII Collection.

Just a taste of some of the journals:

Keats-Shelley Journal

The Crayon