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Ann Hamilton
by Bridget Nowlin - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
guide created in conjunction with the Ann Hamilton museum-wide exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery
Tags: art, design, h&s, theater
Art Common Resources
by Bridget Nowlin - Last Updated Jul 10, 2014
Tags: art
Art History Resources
by Bridget Nowlin - Last Updated Apr 18, 2013
Tags: art, design
Copyright and Fair Use
by Katherine Donaldson, Hollis Near, Bridget Nowlin, Megan Smithling - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Cornish Image Collection
by Bridget Nowlin - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
This is a guide to the image options and resources available to students, staff and faculty at Cornish College of the Arts.
Tags: art, dance, design, music, performance_production, theater
Foundations Common Resources
by Bridget Nowlin - Last Updated Jul 16, 2014
This research guide is for common resources being used by Instructors in Foundations
Tags: art, design
Google Apps
by Melissa Logan, Hollis Near, Bridget Nowlin, Megan Smithling - Last Updated Mar 4, 2014
The resource site offers many interactive and step by step instructions to learn about the Google Suite of Applications, such as Guided Lessons, Searchable Learning Resources and Quick Reference.
HS 280-05: Family in Contemporary Society
by Hollis Near, Bridget Nowlin, Megan Smithling - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
a guide for Sharon Reitman's class
Tags: h&s
Image Resources
by Bridget Nowlin - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
created for the Summer 2014 Mixed Media Intensive: Bridging Drawing and Painting class
Tags: art, design, general
Theater History Image Resources
by Bridget Nowlin - Last Updated Oct 12, 2012
This guide is for the theater history PP/TH 261/262 classes taught at Cornish College of the Arts in the spring
Using ARTstor
by Bridget Nowlin - Last Updated Oct 21, 2013
Basic instructions on how to use and access ARTstor. Digital images supporting art and design as well as music, dance and theater history.
Tags: art, design
 
 
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