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New in the libraries

Welcome back! New this year in the libraries:

You can now sign-up to received new titles lists by email

Faculty publications 2010/11


The Libraries would like to welcome new and old faculty to campus for Faculty Week.

How books are made, 1947

Wow, here's a cool short film showing the book making process and book making technology around 1947.

Research award winner

Congratulations to Denise Nadal, winner of the third annual Library Research Award in the academic paper category, for her essay The Development of a Hispanic Community in the Physical and Soci

Huge sound effects collection

photo of Greg Smith from AU Library

The American University in Washington DC is providing free access to professor Greg Smith's collection of 1450 sound e

Yale Open Image Archive

Gate, Josef Albers, 1936 from Yale University

Yale announced this week an innovative initiative to provide free and open access to digital images from "millions of objects housed in

Olivia Carter is the Winner!

Olivia Carter is this year's winner of the CCA Student Book Art Competition sponsored by the CCA Libraries. She receives a $200 prize and her artists' book will be added to the library collections.

Research awards: $200!

lib research award flyer
Submissions for the 2010/2011 Library Research Awards are due this week!

Student book art prize: $200

flyer for library awards, 2011
Submissions for the Student Book Art Competition—in which CCA undergrads can win $200, be included in a CCA library exhibition, and/or have their book included in the library's permanent collection—ar

Craft: Here & Now

Craft Here and Now sign

Ramping up for the big Craft Forward symposium this weekend, Meyer Library in Oakland is hosting an exhibition of craft works by CCA staff, Craft: Here &

Bay Area television archive

Screenshot of Angela Davis video from the San Francisco Bay Area Television Arch

Bay Area history and media buffs: check out the San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive, hosted by SFSU.

Donald Judd's Library

Bookshelf from Donald Judd's library

Who of us has not wished to browse the bookshelves of American minimalist Donald Judd at some time or another?

Oxford Art Online

Oxford Art Online continues to add all sorts of encyclopedic content to their site, such as a recent series of a

Google Art Project

Virtually walk through 17 museums in the United States and Europe with Google's Art Project


image of Rusha's News
ArtsConnectEd hosts "over 100,000 resources in the Art Finder, including works of art, texts, audio, video, and interactive resources" from the
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