ARTEDUC 2600: Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity & Social Justice


Welcome to the guide for Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity & Social Justice. You can navigate this guide by clicking on the page links to the left of the page. The assignment for this course asks the student to address the idea of baggage we each bring with us into life, and the luggage we would like to carry forward. The specific assignment details differ according to instructor, so please refer to the assignment description given to your by your particular instructor for deadlines and individual requirements. This guide will help you to find library resources related to the legacy of art making and social justice as you work on your assignment. 

If you have any questions or concerns about using the library or its resources, please contact the Art & Design Librarian, contact information to the left. We are here to help you!

Guerilla Girls Poster When Racism and Sexism are no longer fashionable, what will your art be worth?

Guerilla Girls, When Racism & Sexism Are No Longer Fashionable, from "Guerilla Girls: Most Wanted, 1985-2006." Source: Artstor.



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Regular Autumn and Spring Semester Hours:

Monday-Friday       9am-6pm

Saturday               CLOSED

Sunday                 1-5pm

Summer and Break Hours:

Monday-Friday  10am-4pm

Saturday-Sunday  CLOSED

Using Fine Arts Library Special Collections:

Items in the library catalog with the locations Fine Arts Library Fragile Books and Fine Arts Library Portfolios can be accessed for patrons by library staff from 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday. 

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Fine Arts Library Circulation Desk Phone: 614-292-6184

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