UVA Arts Council grant will help revive popular performance series in the Music Library

In 2014, then-UVA Music Librarian Matthew Vest started a program, “Making Noise in the Music Library,” that provided a new venue for guest performers, including student groups and others who might not otherwise have a space to share their creative … Continue reading

Want a change of pace? Our hefty events schedule will put a spring in your step!

The Library hosts hundreds of events every year — movie nights, craft projects, introductions to research, programming classes, and much, much more. See a full list here, and check out some highlights below! Women in Technology Speaker Series Register to … Continue reading

Preserving Harmful Histories: Exploring the 1909 Time Capsule — A virtual event on Thursday, January 28

On March 15, 1909, a time capsule was placed in the base of a bronze statue on the grounds of Court Square in Albemarle County. The statue, known as “At Ready,” depicted a Confederate soldier, and the contents of the … Continue reading

Please join us for Festival of the Book event “Evicted: An Evening with Matthew Desmond”

The University Library is pleased to join with UVA and community partners in sponsoring a Virginia Festival of the Book event, “Evicted: An Evening with Matthew Desmond,” December 9, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This virtual event is FREE and open to … Continue reading

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with a reading by U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo

The Library invites you to attend a virtual poetry reading on Monday, November 16 at 6:00 p.m. EST by Joy Harjo of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, the first Native American to be appointed as U.S. Poet Laureate (2019-2021). Harjo is … Continue reading

Need reference help? Zoom in!

Drop in on Tuesday or Wednesday for reference help from Undergrad Student Success Librarians Cecelia Parks and Haley Gillilan! Interested? Email hg4ub@virginia.edu or cp2zh@virginia.edu to request Zoom link and password; Stop in any time during the following hours: Tuesday 4/28, … Continue reading