November 14: GIS Day @ Fenwick

Celebrate GIS Day 2018 in the Digital Scholarship Center, 2700 Fenwick Library and 2001 Fenwick Library. Hosting with the Department of Geography and Geoinformation, GIS Day festivities include

  • Career and Internship Fair
  • Keynote Presentations
  • Networking Reception
  • Student Research Poster Competition
  • Student Map Competition

Come join us!!! Register Now: ggs.gmu.edu/gis-day

Music Poster Contest!

Mason Undergraduate Students! Do you love music? Are you interested in music? Are you studying music? Enter the Music Poster Contest!

How to Enter

  • Create a display poster for Mason Libraries’ Music Library.
  • Do some biographical or historical research on a music topic of personal interest – choose a subject from any era or genre of music. Use the Music InfoGuide – infoguides.gmu.edu/music – as a starting point.
  • Then TELL a very short music-related story or EXPLAIN a music-related event on your poster.
  • Any Mason undergrad can submit an entry – no need to be a music major.
  • Stop by the Music Library, 2600 Fenwick, and look at the current exhibit for ideas of how the posters can be designed and are displayed.
  • Contest deadline: November 19, 2018. Winning posters will be displayed in the Music Library, 2600 Fenwick Library from December 3, 2018 to February 15, 2019.

Great Prizes!

  • Grand Prize = $50 Barnes & Noble Gift Card
  • 3 Runners-up = $25 Barnes & Noble Gift Cards

Details + More Information

  • Visit infoguides.gmu.edu/musicposter for complete details about your poster entry: font, layout, graphics, how to submit poster, etc.
  • Questions? Stop by and visit your friendly, approachable Music Librarian, Steve Gerber, 2604 Fenwick.

 

Archives Month Open House 10/31

On Wednesday, October 31 from 11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m., Special Collections Research Center is holding an Archives Month Open House with a display of some of their  archival oddities as well as Archives Month themed materials (including the announcement of the REMIX contest winners). Everyone and anyone is encouraged to attend! Light refreshments will be served outside of the seminar room.

It’s All About the Bass on Oct. 24

This month’s Music in the Lobby concert highlights bass-register instruments (cellos, double basses, bass clarinet). Join us – It’s All About the Bass! Fenwick Lobby, Wednesday, October 24, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Free!

Plus – exciting news – Music in the Lobby concerts are now approved by the School of Music for MUSI 300 credit! Score – so to speak!

Hosted by Fenwick Library, Music in the Lobby features Mason student performances. Music in the Lobby is coordinated by Professor June Huang, School of Music, and Steve Gerber, Music Librarian. Refreshments provided by Argo Tea Cafe.

For more information about Music in the Lobby, contact Steve Gerber, Music Librarian, sgerber@gmu.edu