Reference and Instruction
Art librarians Russ Clement and Lindsay King welcome opportunities for individual and group research assistance, instruction, and consultation. Please contact us to set up an appointment.
Three public computer workstations, standard and color photocopiers, two flatbed scanning stations with Adobe CS5, and standard and color printers are available in the Martin Reading Room. Copies and prints are 5 cents for standard, 75 cents for color. Both reading rooms are equipped with wireless access to the NU network and outlets for laptops.
Study Carrels in the Art Research Center
Study carrels in the Art Research Center adjacent to the Art Collection reading rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis for faculty and graduate students in Art History. To apply for a carrel, please ask at the Art Desk. Carrels are administered by the Library Privileges Office and are subject to the same regulations.
Images and Scanning
For help finding images, please ask an art librarian or consult the Images LibGuide. For information about digitizing images, audio, or video materials, please contact the Digital Collections Department.