Visual Resources Center
The Visual Resources Center, located in Anderson 136, is the Art and Art History Department's repository of digital images that are used in classroom instruction. Sets of digital images represent all courses taught in Art History and Studio Art.
The Visual Resources Center also holds a large collection of analog images that are maintained for use as reference material. The inventories of slides also hold the private image collections of many Art faculty.
The Visual Resources Center is available to faculty campus-wide and welcomes students to use its facilities. Textbooks, graduate studies programs, and professional artist contact information can be found here. There also are several years of senior theses, films, and images that may be accessed and reviewed. Images may be scanned for temporary use by students for classroom presentation and educational papers. All images are copyright protected and must follow the guidelines of copyright law section 107, "fair use." Faculty and students may request the use of an analog image or assistance in the scanning of an image by contacting the Visual Resources Center Curator.
The Visual Resources Center has Wi-Fi, comfortable seating, and a work table. The Visual Resources Center is open September through May, 8:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m., other times by appointment.