Library . More Resources
- Covers mostly American artists from early 16th century through the present. Contains over 270,000 artists.
- Contains biographical full text articles and images.
- Provides access to citations for museum owned objects.
- Unique resource developed and maintained by the Gund Library staff. Look here for artists, artists groups, photographers, craftspeople, designers, and design firms whose work appears in select publications in the library's collection.
- Comprehensive streaming video resource covering 25 core subject areas including art + art history.
- Mango prepares learners for realistic conversations and strengthens everyday communication skills in over 70 world languages, including English.
- A materials database for designers. Searchable by material characteristics.
- You must create an account using your CIA email address to use this resource.
- Rhizome supports contemporary art that creates richer and more critical Sdigital cultures. Home to an online archive of digital art.
- A data download and visualization tool hosting social science, business and industry data. For more information about how to use this resource, click here.
For research on the Web, take a look at the following resources:
We now have access to Mango Languages and Films on Demand: Master Academic Package! Get a head start on the new school year by learning a new language or watching some great videos. Links to these resources are on our "More Resources" page. Stop by or call the library for more information.
Don't forget that all CIA faculty, staff and students now have access to the Chronicle of Higher Education (www.chronicle.com) online. Create an account using your CIA email address for off campus access.
Stop by the library to learn more!
The circulation desk and group study rooms close and the copier is turned off 15 minutes before the library closes. Fall hours are subject to change without notice.
Exceptions to Fall Hours
September 4: Closed