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Local poster artists in the late ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s visually evoked Austin’s sound and defined its culture as the city established itself as one of the most vital music scenes in the country. More than 140 vintage pieces on view. Meet several of the artists at the March 1 event!
Poster: Armadillo World Headquarters Grand Opening, 1970, © Jim Franklin
Liz King is our new Library Experience Librarian in the Learning Commons Unit. She analyzes and evaluates library trends and services to improve the user experience. She supervises and trains student workers at the Research & Information Desk. She also teaches faculty requested library instruction sessions.
"My name is Junyong Lee. I am studying Gifted and Talented Education for a master’s degree. I came from South Korea and have a deep impression of the library as an international student. I can concentrate very effectively on studying here. The library staff are hospitable and always ready to help students. So I am feeling very happy whenever I am in the library."