On Exhibition at the Fine Arts Library

October 20th 2013

10/20/2013

The Fine Arts Library currently has on display an exhibition titled "Collect: Selected Works from a Local Private Collection.”Arranged as part of the craft symposium "Zoom: Examining the Future of Craft," the exhibition features pieces ranging from hollowware and cutlery to one of a kind art jewelry, from traditional adornment representing various cultures to stunning commercial jewelry.

The exhibition, located in the area just outside of the Fine Arts Library, will be on display until October 25.

For a brief blog post on the exhibition see On Exhibit: "Collect: Selected Works from a Local Private Collection"

Fine Arts Library

Today's Hours

8:00am - 6:00pm See all

Amenities

  • Building Access Enter through Art Museum (if open); take elevator to second floor. If Art Museum is closed, enter through Fine Arts Building and use hydraulic lift to access library entrance. To access stacks, go to circulation desk and request use of elevator. Building Access
  • CarrelsCarrels upstairs in the stacks area are assigned to graduate students in the School of Fine Arts. Additional carrels available for study in the reading room. Carrels
  • ScanningScanners are located in the reading room, circulation area, and stacks area. Transparency scanning also available; ask at the circulation desk. Scanning
  • Copy Machine(s)One black and white copier and one color copier are located near the circulation desk. Copy Machine(s)
  • Reserve ServicesReserve items may be requested at the circulation desk. Circulation is normally for two hours, though some items must remain inside the library. Reserve Services
  • Group Study SpaceThe seminar room seats about 25 people and may be reserved for up to 4 hours. Ask at the circulation desk. Group Study Space
  • Quiet Study SpaceThe reading room is reserved for quiet study. Quiet Study Space
  • PrintingA black & white print release station is located near the circulation desk. Printing
  • Computer Workstations10 workstations located in the reading room, circulation area, and stacks area are connected to the print release station. Two Macs without printer access are located in the stacks area. Computer Workstations
  • Presentation RoomsThe seminar room has a Mac and projector which may be used by School of Fine Arts faculty and graduate students. Presentation Rooms