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Studio Art: Welcome

Resources for Studio Art


Studio Art at CofC

                      Photo by Alison Paul

At the College of Charleston, Studio Art is one major within the School of the Arts.



Welcome to the library guide for Studio Art research!

This guide compiles a variety of information and sources that will support your academic research and artistic development.

Use the tabs above or the links in the various boxes on this page to find a variety of resources in a range of formats.

The Ask Us page provides information on how to contact and receive additional help and support from your friendly librarians and library staff!

Image retrieved from the College of Charleston School of the Arts' Academic Departments Web page.

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Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem M.F.A., M.L.I.S.
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The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at The College of Charleston on Flickr

You can click on the photo below to view The Halsey Institute's Photostream on Flickr.

To learn more about The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at The College of Charleston, click here.

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Additional Research Guides of Interest

Listed below are links to library research guides covering additional topics relevant to Studio Art:


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Studio Art by van Arnhem, J.P. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Adapted from guide created in 2014 by Allison Paul, College of Charleston Libraries.