Please join us in welcoming our new Assistant Visual Resources Curator, Kendra Werst. Kendra received her Master’s degree in Library Science from Indiana University in Bloomington, where she specialized in Art Librarianship and Digital Collections. She holds a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture and Art History from the Kansas City Art Institute in
Our most recent addition to the VRC line-up is named for its dual wide-screen monitors. It has a resident PC, long table, seats up to six , and is semi-private. It’s an ideal space for dual image presentations, tutorial meetings, and technology training. College faculty and staff should reserve in advance with the VRC staff
Current ARTH 102 students are invited to join us for Study Day Camp 2017 on Wednesday, May 17, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (stay for an hour or stay for the day). Campers will convene at the Visual Resources Center (VRC), Lawrence Hall. At the bottom of the museum stairs, turn left (away from the
Please join us for ARTH 102 Study Day Camp on Tuesday, May 17, 2016, anytime between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. All current 102 students are invited. Use one of the many collaborative spaces and wide-screen monitors to quiz each other on IDs and discuss essay questions Ask faculty questions as they pop-in throughout the day Bring
You are invited to an open house celebrating our newly renovated space! Join us on Wednesday, October 5, 2015, between 3:00 and 4:30 pm for light refreshments, old friends, and new technologies. The new VRC features dual-screen scanning stations, including specialized scanners for 35 mm slides and delicate books; a smart room with four-person collaboration station
The VRC is undergoing a major renovation this summer designed to bring in the latest technology tools and offer a variety of collaborative working environments. Faculty, Staff, and Students, we cannot wait to welcome you to our new space opening in Fall 2015 and invite you to an open house event. Stay tuned for details.
Watch our new video and learn how to find us and what we offer! This is the inaugural post of the Visual Resources Center’s new blog, The VRC Post. Here you will find useful information on everything new and exciting in the VRC and beyond in the world of visual resources, including tech tips, stunning