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Art and Design Collection Development Guidelines: Collection Development Plan

Art + Design Collection Development Plan

Program Description:

The Department of Art + Design’s vision is to provide a creative environment that enables students to ask questions, think critically, and take risks as they gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary for a meaningful, productive life and work as critical makers in a global society. 

Accrediting body:

All programs in the Department of Art + Design are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.

Degrees offered:

The program offers the Bachelor of Arts degree with the option of two concentrations: Art Education and Studio Art, as well as the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with the option of two concentrations: Graphic Design and Studio Art. The program offers four minors (non-degree) with the options of Art History, Graphic Design, Photography, and Studio Art. Art + Design classes are also offered as part of the general education core. 

Overall Collecting Level Desired:

3: Instructional Support (see description of collecting levels)

Targeted Areas:

  • Visual arts
  • Architecture
  • Sculpture
  • Drawing, Design, Illustration
  • Painting
  • Print Media
  • Decorative arts
  • Arts in general
  • Photography
  • Handicrafts, Arts and Crafts

Focus Areas:

  • Visual arts
  • Art History
  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration
  • Sculpture

Related Subject Areas

  • Classical Studies (archeology)
  • Communication (journalism, graphic design, and video)
  • Computer Information Technology (web technology)
  • Education (Art Education)
  • History (pictorial works)
  • Religious Studies (history, iconography of religions, churches, orders, and saints)

Languages:

English

Geographical Limitations:

None

Chronological Limits:

None

Noted Publishers:

ARTBOOK Distributed Art Publishers, Getty PublicationsMIT PressYale University Press

Preferred Dates of Publication:

2009 - present

Types of Resources:

monographs, handbooks, dictionaries, encyclopedias, anthologies, videos; textbooks may be considered for information not readily obtainable elsewhere

Notes and Other Considerations:

None

Review Sources:

Choice Reviews Online, Resources for College Libraries, and caa.revie

Collection Levels by LC Subject Subdivisions

LC Subject Subdivisions
Call # Ranges Subject Collection Level
  Visual arts  
N 1-58 General 3
N 61-72 Theory, Philosophy, Aesthetics of the visual arts 3
N 81-390 Study and teaching, Research 3
N 400-3990 Art museums, galleries, etc. 3
N 4390-5098 Exhibitions 2
N 5198-5299 Private collections and collectors 2
N 5300-7418 History 3
N 7420-7525.8 General works 3
N 7560-8266

Special subjects of art

3
N 8350-8356 Art as a profession, Artists 3
N 8510-8553 Art studios, materials, etc. 3
N 8554-8585 Examination and conservation of works of art 3
N 8600-8675 Economics of art 3
N 8700-9165 Art and the state. Public art 3
  Architecture  
NA 1-60 General 3
NA 100-130 Architecture and the state 1
NA 190-1555.5 History 3
NA 1995 Architecture as a profession 0
NA 2000-2320 Study and teaching. Research 1
NA 2335-2360 Competitions 0
NA 2400-2460 Museums. Exhibitions 0
NA 2500-2599 General works 3
NA 2599.5-2599.9 Architectural criticism 1
NA 2695-2793 Architectural drawing and design 3
NA 2835-4050 Details and decoration 3
  Special classes of buildings  
NA 4100-4145      Classed by material 1
NA 4150-4160      Classed by form 1
NA 4170-8480      Classed by use 3
NA 4170-(7020)           Public buildings 3
NA 4590-5621                Religious architecture 3
NA 7100-7884           Domestic architecture. Houses. Dwellings 3
NA 7910-8125           Clubhouses, guild houses, etc. 0
NA 8200-8260           Farm architecture 1
NA 8300-8480           Outbuildings, gates, fences, etc. 1
NA 9000-9428 Aesthetics of cities. City planning and beautifying 3
  Sculpture  
NB 1-50 General  3
NB 60-1115 History including collective biography 3
NB 1120-1133 Study and teaching 3
NB 1134-1134.4 Competitions 0
NB 1135-1150 General works 2
NB 1160-1195 Designs and technique 2
NB 1199-1200 Restoration of sculpture 3
NB 1203-1270 Special materials 1
NB 1272-1291 Mobiles, color, sculpture gardens, etc. 2
  Special forms  
NB 1293-1310      Portrait sculpture 0
NB 1312-1313      Equestrian statues 0
NB 1330-1685      Sculptural monuments 0
NB 1750-1793      Religious monuments and shrines 0
NB 1800-1880      Sepulchral monuments 1
NB 1910-1952 Special subjects 1
  Drawing. Design. Illustration  
NC 1-45 General Including collective biography 2
NC 50-266 History of drawing 3
NC 390-670 Study and teaching 2
NC 673-677 Competitions 0
NC 703-725

General works

1
NC 730-758 Technique 3
NC 760-825 Special subjects 3
NC 845-915 Graphic art materials 3
NC 930 Conservation and restoration of drawings 0
NC 950-(996) Illustration 3
NC 997-1003 Commercial art. Advertising art 3
NC 1280-1284 Printed ephemera. Imagerie populaire 0
NC 1300-1766 Pictorial humor, caricature, etc. 3
NC 1800-1850 Posters 3
NC 1860-1896 Greeting cards, postcards, invitations, book jackets, etc. 1
NC 1920-1940 Copying, enlarging, and reduction of drawings 0
  Painting  
ND 25-(48) General 3
ND 49-813 History 3
ND 1115-1120 Study and teaching 1
ND 1130-1156 General works 3
ND 1288-1460 Special subjects 3
ND 1290-1293      Human figure 3
ND 1300-1337      Portraits 3
ND 1340-1367      Landscape painting 3
ND 1370-1375      Marine painting 1
ND 1380-1383      Animals. Birds 1
ND 1385-1388      Sports. Hunting, fishing, etc. 1
ND 1390-1393      Still life 3
ND 1400-1403      Flowers. Fruit. Trees 1
ND 1410-1460      Other subjects 2
ND 1470-1625 Technique and materials 3
ND 1630-1662 Examination and conservation of paintings 2
ND 1700-2495 Watercolor paintings 3
ND 2550-2733 Mural painting 3
ND 2889-3416 Illuminating of manuscripts and books 3
  Print media  
NE 1-978 Printmaking and engraving 3
NE 1-90      General 1
NE 218-(330)

     Engraved portraits. Self-portraits

0
NE 380      Conservation and restoration of prints 0
NE 390-395      Collected works 0
NE 400-773      History of printmaking 3
NE 830-898      General works 3
NE 951-975.4      Tradesmen's cards 1
NE 977-978      Equipment 0
NE 1000-1352 Wood engraving 3
NE 1000-1027      General 1
NE 1030-1169.3      History 1
NE 1220-1233      General works 1
NE 1310-1326.5      Japanese prints 2
NE 1330-1336      Linoleum block prints 1
NE 1340      Fish prints 0
NE 1344-1345      Potato prints 0
NE 1350-1352      Other materials used in relief printing 1
NE 1400-1879 Metal engraving 0
NE 1400-1422      General 0
NE 1620-1630      General works 1
NE 1634-1749      History 0
NE 1750-1775      Copper engraving 0
NE 1850-1879      Color prints 0
NE 1940-2232.5 Etching and aquatint 0
NE 1940-1975      General 0
NE 1980-2055.5      History 2
NE 2120-2140      General works 3
NE 2141-2149      Special subjects 1
NE 2220-2225      Dry point 1
NE 2236-2240.6 Serigraphy 1
NE 2242-2246 Monotype (Printmaking) 1
NE 2250-2570 Lithography 3
NE 2685-2685.8 Lumiprints 0
NE 2690 Engraving on glass 0
NE 2800-2880 Printing of engravings 1
NE 3000-3002 Copying art. Copying machine art  
  Decorative arts  
NK 1-570 General 1
NK 600-806 History 3
NK 1135-1149.5 Arts and crafts movement 2
NK 1160-1590 Decoration and ornament. Design 2
NK 1160-1174      General 3
NK 1175-(1498)      History 3
NK 1505-1535      General works 3
NK 1548-1590      Special subjects for design 1
NK 1648-1678 Religious art 0
NK 1700-2138 Interior decoration. House decoration 1
NK 1700-2138      General. History, etc. Including special rooms 2
NK 2140-2180      Decorative painting 0
NK 2190-2192      Church decoration 0
NK 2200-2750 Furniture 3
NK 2775-2898 Rugs and carpets 2
NK 2975-3049 Tapestries 1
NK 3175-3296.3 Upholstery. Drapery 0
NK 3375-3496.3 Wallpapers 0
NK 3600-(9990) Other arts and art industries 3
NK 3700-4695      Ceramics 3
NK 4700-4890      Costume 1
NK 5100-5440      Glass 3
NK 5500-6060      Glyptic arts 2
NK 6400-8459      Metalwork 3
NK 8800-9505.5      Textiles 2
NK 9600-9955      Woodwork 2
  Art in general  
NX 1-260      General 3
NX 280-410      Study and teaching. Research 2
NX 411-415      Competitions 0
NX 420-430      Exhibitions 1
NX 440-632      History of the arts 3
NX 650-694      Special subjects, characters, persons, religious arts, etc. 1
NX 700-750      Patronage of the arts 2
NX 760-770      Administration of the arts 1
NX 775-777      Voluntarism in the arts 0
NX 798-820      Arts centers and facilities 0
  Photography  
TR 250-265      Cameras 1
TR 287-500      Photographic processing. Darkroom technique 3
TR 504-508      Transparencies. Diapositives 0
TR 510-545      Color photography 1
TR 550-581      Studio and laboratory 1
TR 590-620      Lighting 1
TR 624-835      Applied photography Including artistic, commercial, medical photography, photocopying                                 processes 3
TR 845-899 Cinematography. Motion pictures 3
TR 925-1050 Photomechanical processes 2

 

Contact Information

Department of Art + Design

Library Liaison:
Gina Garber

Faculty Representative:
Dr. Tammy Smithers
 

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