The Stanley G. Wold Visual Resource Center and Library is a departmental resource for students and instructors. The Library is dedicated to sourcing information, 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 artist talks. When not reserved, the Library is always open to students for individual study or group projects.
The Stanley G. Wold Visual Resource Library is housed in the Art History wing of the Visual Art Building with equipment rentals for creating and documenting artwork circulating from an adjacent room (F109A). The Wold is a small space and the majority of CSU’s books on art are at the Morgan Library. Students are encouraged to check out the circulating materials available there through the Morgan catalog. The Wold Director, Anna Bernhard, is available for classroom instruction, class visits, individual or group research appointments, and general reference. Any student needing help navigating art-related databases, catalogs, or archives is encouraged to contact Anna for assistance. Likewise, if studio students have questions about documenting their work for portfolio or creating work using Wold technology resources they should feel free to reach out.