You will often have to translate the concepts you are looking for into the subject words and phrases used in library catalogs and indexes. For the CIA library catalog, the following SUBJECTS are most useful:
|EARTHWORKS (ART)||SITE-SPECIFIC INSTALLATIONS (ART)|
|OUTDOOR SCULPTURE||TEXTILE CRAFTS|
|PUBLIC SCULPTURE||VIDEO ART|
The main subject terms are often subdivided by sub-topics, place, and/or time period (to limit a concept or to focus more closely on a specific topic); for example: SCULPTURE -- TECHNIQUE or SCULPTURE, MODERN -- 21st CENTURY. There are MANY other subjects that may be useful beyond these.
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The Gund Library's catalog is part of a shared catalog with CWRU and CIM. After you get the results to your search, if you want to know only what is in the Gund Library, you will need to modify the search to limit your results to CIA's library.
CIA patrons may borrow books from the CWRU and CIM libraries.