Fall 2018 Update
The Fine Arts Library Advisory Committee is being formed under the direction of Senior Associate Dean Holly Williams and UT Libraries Director of Academic Engagement Catherine Hamer. All our departments and schools will be represented by faculty and students on this committee, which will meet monthly.
|Catherine Hamer||Director/Co-Chair||UT Libraries|
|Holly Williams||Senior Associate Dean/Co-Chair||College of Fine Arts|
|Ann Reynolds||Associate Professor||Art History||Department of Art and Art History|
|Jeff Smith||Professor||Art History||Department of Art and Art History|
|Jim Buhler||Professor||Music Theory||Butler School of Music|
|Martha Hilley||Professor||Piano||Butler School of Music|
|Becca Pad||Librarian||Art and Art History Visual Resource Center||UT Libraries|
|Sydney Kilgore||Media Coordinator||Fine Arts Library||UT Libraries|
|David Cohen||Assistant Professor of Practice||Arts and Entertainment Technologies||School of Design and Creative Technologies|
|Jason Wilkins||Assistant Professor of Practice||Design||School of Design and Creative Technologies|
|Andrew Carlson||Clinical Professor||Theatre||Department of Theatre and Dance|
|Fran Dorn||Professor||Theatre||Department of Theatre and Dance|
|Amber Welch||Librarian||The Foundry||UT Libraries|
|Adraint Bereal||Undergraduate||Design||School of Design and Creative Technologies|
|Molly Roy||Graduate Student||Performance as Public Practice||Department of Theatre and Dance|
|Austin Shirley||Graduate Student||Live Design||Department of Theatre and Dance|
|Sarah Chestnut||Graduate Student||Art Education||Department of Art and Art History|
|Logan Larson||Undergraduate||Studio Art||Department of Art and Art History|
Meeting Schedule for 2018-19
MONDAYS at 10, FAL 5th floor (unless location is otherwise announced):
- Sept. 10, 10–10:50 a.m.
- Oct 8, 10–10:50 a.m.
- Nov. 12, 10–10:50 a.m.
- Dec. 10, 10–10:50 a.m.
- Feb. 11, 10–10:50 a.m.
- March 11, 10–10:50 a.m.
- April 15, 10–10:50 a.m.
Update: May 1, 2018
Dean Douglas Dempster sent and update to the College of Fine Arts community to share an update about changes that will be taking place on the fifth floor of the Fine Arts Library.
Memo from Dean Dempster (May 1, 2018)
Update: April 6, 2018
UT Provost Maurie McInnis, following a review of the Fine Arts Library Task Force Report and recommendations by Dean Dempster and Vice Provost Lorraine Haricombe, has accepted their recommendations for the future of the Fine Arts Library. Below, read her comments and summarization of next steps.
Response from UT Provost Maurie McInnis (April 6, 2018)
Report of the Fine Arts Library Task Force (April 2, 2018)
Two working groups were formed to explore and address the future of spaces in the Fine Arts Library in Doty Fine Arts Building (DFA).
The first, under the leadership of the UT Libraries, was asked to explore and evaluate the alternatives to having the Fine Arts collection on the fifth floor of DFA—in part or whole—and explore the drawbacks and advantages of those alternatives.
The second is considered a) what facilities our new programs need and b) what spaces in the College of Fine Arts, throughout all our buildings and facilities in every department and school, could accommodate these expanding programs. All current spaces throughout the College of Fine Arts facilities are being considered, including the Doty Fine Arts Building.
Fine Arts Library Task Force Members
Wendy Martin, Assistant Director of Stewardship, UT Libraries (chair)
Christian Clark, Junior, Butler School of Music
Katie Pierce Meyer, Humanities Liaison Librarian for Architecture and Planning
Becca Pad, Humanities Liaison Librarian for Fine Arts
Stephen Page, Assistant Professor of Saxophone, Butler School of Music
Glenn Peers, Professor of Art History, Department of Art and Art History
Eric Vera, Graduate Student and Assistant Instructor, Theatre and Dance
Amber Welch, Head, Technology Enhanced Learning, UT Libraries