This website has been created specifically for Christy and Cable's BFA Seminar class. It contains books, websites and other resources that will help you as you write your Art Statement/Manifesto!!
As always, the Cornish Librarians are here to help you with your questions, concerns and the like. We are here for you!
Bridget (who's profile is on the right) has 2 degrees in studio art, art education, and museums and has a great deal of experince in this area. I worked in museums for many years and am happy to help you in your work.
Seattle Public Library Databases
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- AP Photo Archive Photos & audio from Associated Press.
- Art Full – Text Art-related articles.
- Art Retrospective Art-related articles, 1929-1984.
What do you want to say to your audience beyond what your artwork will say to them? What information do you want to share above what they can see, smell, feel via your work?
This guide contains resources for exploring these ideas for your own artist statement and/or manifesto.
Cornish Library Links
- Art Full Text Complete full-text articles on art and design.
- ARTstor Digital images and data supporting art and design as well as music, dance and theater history.
- Oxford Art Online Grove Dictionary of Art and additional Oxford art resources. Excellent for looking up artists (and more trustworthy than Wikipedia!) and for looking up art movements.
- ProQuest Magazine and newspaper articles, includes full-text articles for printing or download.