Notes from the Field"

The University Libraries at CU Boulder maintain a vast collection of academic resources and provide engaging learning experiences and seamless services that empower people to discover and integrate reliable information in new ways. Explore all the Libraries offer, from drop-in and online research helpworkshops and personal consultations to collaborative and independent study spaces, computers and, yes, coffee.

The Art & Architecture Stacks, located in Norlin Library, houses one of the most comprehensive art library collections in the Mountain West region.

Art Research 

The Art History Research Guide is a portal to essential resources for art research, including most major art databases. The Art Librarian is available to consult with you on your research, you can book an appointment here.

Art & Architecture Collection

The Art & Architecture Stacks, located in Norlin Library, houses one of the most comprehensive art library collections in the Mountain West region. It has over 100,000 books and over 200 art and architecture magazine subscriptions.

Art & Architecture Librarian
Alex Watkin is the subject librarian for Art & Art History. He teaches research skills in the areas of art, architecture, and design, and partners with researchers to advance their projects through in-depth research consultations. He builds the library’s collection of books, journals, and electronic resources for art, architecture, and design and welcomes suggestions of potential purchases for the collection. Email him at alexander.watkins@colorado.edu

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