Chants Encounters provides musical holiday program
The quartet Chants Encounters will perform a holiday program and lead a sing-along for the Friends of the UT Arlington Library at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, on the sixth floor of Central Library.
Chants Encounters was founded in 2012 by former UT Arlington cello professor Dr. Elizabeth Morrow. The group performs a variety of genres from the 1570s to the 1970s including classical, folk, pop, and original compositions. The other members of the group are UTA professor Jing Ling-Tam, UTA associate professor Dr. George Chave, and UTA staff member Andrew Leverenz.
The Friends of the UT Arlington Library have sponsored an entertaining and informative series of programs for members of the University and Arlington community since 1987. The Friends’ mission is to enhance the Libraries’ collections which support teaching, research, and learning at UT Arlington.
To RSVP for this event, call UT Arlington Library at 817-272-1413 or email LibraryFriends@uta.edu.
Libraries accept MavMoney for 3D printing and scanning
Beginning Nov. 25 the Digital Media Studio in the basement of Central Library will begin charging $0.35 per gram of material for 3D printing. Payments are made through MavMoney and must be received before printing can begin. 3D scanning is free.
UT Arlington Libraries is the first library in the UT System to offer 3D scanning and printing to all students and faculty, regardless of major or class level. “By bringing these emerging technologies to the entire UT Arlington community, we want to foster the creation of new knowledge, explore new ideas, and aid in the development of transformative innovations,” said Rebecca Bichel, Dean of UT Arlington Libraries.