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Art Resources: Where to Start

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Interested in eBooks? We have an impressive collection of them you can access from home!

Some of our eBook titles come from OverDrive.

To access them you will login with your college ID# followed by the letters SC 
(this is the number on your ID card or in the corner of your course schedule, not the number in your email address - it will look like this example: 0123456sc)

For easier access, download the Libby app.

Here's just a taste of what we have on hand...

Art eBooks from Museums

These museums offer access to quite a collection of art eBooks

Head to the Databases!

The library offers you access to a number of databases, here are a few ideally suited to those interested in art.

Art Journals @ the Library

Below is a sampling or magazines and journals the library provides access to, either in print or through one of our many databases.

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Recently Acquired Titles

Alice Neel: People Come First
Black, brown + Latinx design educators : conversations on design and race
A black gaze : artists changing how we see
Faith Ringgold : American people
The Flowering : the autobiography of Judy Chicago
Hilma af Klint : a biography
How design makes us think : and feel and do things
Last light : how six great artists made old age a time of triumph
Lorna Simpson
Making it modern : essays on the art of the now
Modern : genius, madness, and one tumultuous decade that changed art forever
Nicolas Party
The unforgettables : expanding the history of American art
The women who changed architecture

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