Winter Film Series 2017 – How to Look At and Understand Great Art

Join us at Southworth Library on Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m. from January 24th through February 28th for the 27th annual Molly Little Winter Film Series presented by The Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries.

January 24: The Importance of First Impressions, Point of View and Focal Point.
January 31: Color – Description, Symbol and More, Line – Description and Expression.
February 7: Space, Shape, Shade, Shadow, Seeing the Big Pictre – Composition.
February 14: The Illusion – Getting the Right Perspective, Time and Motion.
February 21: Feeling with Our Eyes – Texture and Light, Drawing – Dry, Liquid and Modern Media.
February 28: Printmaking – Relief and Intaglio, Modern Printmaking – Planographic.

Snow Dates: March 7 and 14

This film series course is produced by The Great Courses and is taught by Professor Sharon Latchaw Hirsh of Rosemont College.

Make Those Resolutions Happen!

Ring in the New Year with resources from the Library to help you make and keep your New Year’s Resolutions!

You can find books on weight loss, money management, career planning, home organization and more.

We have books on display on our kiosk which have earned kudos as some of the best books of 2016.

And if you received an eReader, tablet or smartphone as a holiday gift, you can download eBooks, eAudios and stream videos from Overdrive or Freading.