The 2nd Annual Schmid Law Library Art Exhibition is open to the law school community and the public during February 2016. The art show is on the first floor of the library, southeast corner; stop by to enjoy a variety of art from law faculty, staff and students.
New Books @Schmid Law Library as of January 20, 2016. The title link will direct you to the catalog record for availability, details and more information. New books check out for two weeks.
Developing Your Professional Identity: Creating Your Inner Lawyer by E. Scott Fruewald, 2015
Ethical Land Use: Principles of Policy and Planning by Timothy Beatley, 1994
The Big Book of Beastly Mispronunciations: The Complete Opinionated Guide for the Careful Speaker, 2nd ed. by Charles Harrington Elster, 2006
The Politics of Global Governance: International Organizations in an Interdependent World edited by Brian Frederking & Paul F. Diehl, 2015
Innovation for the Urban Age: Innovation Approaches to Public Governance for the New Urban Age by Goos Minderman & Purshottama Sivanarain Reddy, 2016
Calling All Artists!
The library will be hosting the 2nd Annual Student-Faculty-Staff Art Show this February. We invite all faculty, staff and student artists to submit artwork. Show your talent. If you wish to participate, please complete the following form by January 15, 2016: http://goo.gl/forms/yNhybYwTC8
2nd Annual Schmid Law Library Art Exhibition, February 2016
•All faculty and staff employed at the UNL College of Law AND current law students are invited to participate.
•Kinds of work to be included: Oil painting, acrylic painting, tempera, watercolors, mixed media, printmaking, photography, drawings, encaustic, gouache, graphic design, book arts, ceramics, sculpture. Please no “craft fair” items or anything where you followed a pattern you did not design yourself. We want to include one-of-a-kind works made from your own original ideas.
•Work should be framed or matted (if media is traditionally framed), and have the necessary wire and hardware so that we can hang it. Please let us know if you have 3D media that will require a pedestal for display.
•The number of artists who sign up to show their work, together with the size of your work, will determine how many works each artist can enter. Start by planning to enter one piece and we will let you know later if you may bring more.
•Each artist will need to bring his/her work to Marcia by January 29th. Put your name and phone number or email on the back of each piece. We will be responsible for hanging the show, making labels, and handling the reception. Artists should provide their own hooks, wires, or other necessary mounting/hanging supplies. Artwork will be available for pickup on March 2nd and 3rd.
•Please prepare a short (one page) artist statement/biography including any information about you and your work that you feel visitors would like to know, plus how to contact you if they want to buy your work. We will include these in the gallery notebook. No prices will be included in the exhibit.