Volume 26, Number 2 (2007)

Volume 26, Number 2 (2007)

 

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  • Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
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    Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
  • Morrison, Andrea Marie, 1957- (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    Government information in paper and digital formats is a rich resource for fine art, graphic art and images for library users. Over the history of our country, U.S. federal and state governments published artwork, ...
  • Staum, Sonja (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    Traditionally, as librarians in academic art libraries our roles have been to collect, organize, and provide access to art-related information in print and non-print formats such as books, journals, picture files, 35 ...
  • Trendler, Amy E. (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    Ball State University’s Architecture Library is a branch library that supports the students and faculty of the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) as well as the larger university community. The Architecture Library ...
  • Roahrig, Kristin (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    Where, in a small town, can you find clowns, original art sculpture, penguins, Christmas in July, and the American Civil War? In the display collections at the Danville Public Library, Danville, Indiana, one can find all ...
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    Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
  • Dowell, Erika (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    Betty Jo Kish Irvine is Director of the Fine Arts Library at Indiana University. During her almost 40 years as a librarian, she has been an active member of the Bloomington art community, on campus and off. Irvine has also ...
  • Jinbo, Carol; Mehrens, Christopher E. (Christopher Emile) (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    Why have original artworks in an academic library? One could very well pose the question; doesn’t original art work belong in a museum rather than in a library? In answer to this question, we would respond that one of the ...
  • Swisher, Susan Herrick (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    The Hammond Public Library, like many libraries, showcases the works of local artists throughout the year. For the past sixteen years, however, the work of a special group of artists has been featured each fall during ...
  • Bodnar, Erica (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    This edition of Indiana Libraries examines the ways in which art plays a role in libraries throughout Indiana. In doing so, it addresses questions regarding the role of the art librarian, the issues of bringing art into ...
  • Spencer, Rhonda (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    The library has always been a place for me to discover art. Simple, bright, exquisite drawings adorned the stacks of books I carried home as a young child. Our public library had framed art prints available to check ...
  • Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
  • Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
  • Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
  • Graham, Mary (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    Among the overwhelming amount of resources available in the arts, it is difficult to identify the most relevant and valuable information. It is the intent of this paper to highlight quality resources for both artists’ books ...
  • Kolmstetter, Ursula (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    There are different kinds of libraries on the visual arts - art school libraries, divisions in college and university libraries, divisions within a public library, gallery libraries, museum libraries, and others. In this ...
  • Palmer, Kristi L. (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    In February 2005, a group of twenty IUPUI history students gathered in the lounge of University Library to paint a semester’s worth of research. The 4’ x 6’ mural that graces the walls of the 2nd floor corridor of the IUPUI ...
  • Lewis, David W.; Schmidt, Steven J. (H.W. Wilson Company, 2007)
    The IUPUI University Library opened in the summer of 1992; the people visiting it were impressed with its limestone, dolomite and glass construction and with the towering three story atrium that soared above the central ...

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