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9 Things To Do First At The Library

1.) Watch the Library video tour: Introduce (or reintroduce!) yourself to Lau with our Library video tour. 2.) Stop by a Library Open House!: How do you find a book? How late is the Library open? Who can help answer the million other questions … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Getty Research Portal!

To celebrate its fourth anniversary, the Getty Research Institute (GRI) has launched an updated version of its research tool, the Getty Research Portal. A virtual library of art history texts, the newly redesigned Getty Research Portal offers more than 100,000 art … Continue reading

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How to Be A Better Artist

Studying art requires dedicated studio time–there’s no getting around it. But whether you’re taking introductory painting or advanced photography, looking at the work of other artists, reading about their processes and technique, and discovering new styles is as important as … Continue reading

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Where Are the Art Books in Lau?

If you’re reading this art resource blog, there is a good chance you’re a visually-oriented person. I am willing to bet that when you look for source material on artists, movements, museums, or technique, you enjoy browsing the books in-person. … Continue reading

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