Welcome to the Wold Resource Center!

The Stanley G. Wold Visual Resource Center and Library is a departmental resource for students and instructors. The Library is dedicated to sourcing visual materials and technology for research, classroom presentations and projects. In addition, the Visual Resource Library serves as learning space that can be reserved for presentations and classroom activities. When not reserved, the Library is always open to students for individual study or group projects. The Stanley G. Wold Visual Resource Library is located in rooms F110 and F111 in the Visual Art Building and the Slide Archive is located within F110 in F109.

Contact the Visual Resource Center and Library by stopping by room F111 or emailing Anna Bernhard, Director, at anna.bernhard@colostate.edu.

N.B. For Fall 2017, the Wold hours will be reduced to 2-5 Mondays, 9-5 Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, and closed Fridays.

News from the Art world


CSU Department of Art
  • New Exhibitions and Opening Reception at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art Jan 18 2017

  • Art alumna designs special CSU Odell’s brew Sep 14 2016

  • Art and Art History Open House at Colorado State University Sep 07 2016

  • Art Alumna Connects the Dots In Her Own Way Sep 07 2016

  • ArtStor
  • Restoration of Cultural Monuments in Oaxaca, Mexico Nov 17 2017

  • Now available: additional images from Ralph Lieberman: Architectural Photography Nov 16 2017

  • Now available: Misun Ahn: Contemporary Architecture, Japan, and South Korea Nov 16 2017

  • Now available: 5,850 Photographs from the Minor White Archive (Princeton University Art Museum) Nov 01 2017

  • Academic Commons
  • Collaboration: A Primer Jan 07 2015

  • From Data to Wisdom: Humanities Research and Online Content Dec 11 2014

  • Open Access and Institutional Repositories: The Future of Scholarly Communications Dec 11 2014

  • Cyberinfrastructure as Cognitive Scaffolding: The Role of Genre Creation in Knowledge Making Dec 10 2014