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Art students are welcome to contact the Liaison Librarian Grazyna Rosinska if you need help or assistance in using any aspect of the library services and resources
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Take advantage of additional database features such as citation formatting and limiting to academic journals.
Database search construction
Browse the Library Catalogue using the Call Numbers:
700-709; 730-739; 740;
750-759; 769; 770-779
- 709.011, 759.011 - Aboriginal art
- 750 - Painting
- 702.812 - Collage
- 740 - Drawing
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