Monthly Archives: October 2009
As you may be aware, the University is undertaking a major building project around the Hughes Plaza (“Building campus life with new student learning hub“).
A side effect of this project will require that the Barr Smith Library vacates the area under the Hughes Plaza deck, on Level 3 South of the Library, and also that […]
The Friends of the University of Adelaide Library and Musica Viva invite you to a free public talk with Carl Vine, Artistic Director of Musica Viva, on Thursday 12 November 2009 at 6.00 for 6.30pm.
Venue: Napier Theatre GO4, Ground Floor, Napier Building, University of Adelaide.
Carl Vine first rose to prominence as a composer of music […]
Students currently studying 1st, 2nd or 3rd year Chemistry, Biochemistry, Geology, Ecology, Environmental Biology, Genetics, Physiology, Microbiology or Immunology are invited to participate in a Library focus group.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a regular in the Library or have only ever gone into the Library to use the toilets. We are keen to hear […]
An exhibition of works by Christian Clare Robertson will be on display on Level 3 South of the Barr Smith Library from 23 October to 18 November 2009, during normal Library opening hours.
Christian Clare Robertson’s exhibition, through a suite of watercolour and pen drawings, evokes contemplation of the native vegetation that once grew on […]
Applications are invited for the Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship which has been established by the Cowan Grant to provide financial assistance towards study for postgraduate degrees by research using the collections of the Barr Smith Library. The Cowan Grant was founded in 1994 on the estate of Marnie and Bill Cowan to provide […]
The Library web site is receiving a “makeover”, with pages gradually being updated to the new University standard.
Our web site dates back to 1995 — soon after the “birth” of the World Wide Web. We were one of the first in the University to have a public and global presence on the web. So we […]