Welcome to the Herron Art Library
The Herron Art Library offers the IUPUI community and residents of Indiana research materials on art and artists pre-history through the present day. The Herron Art Library is actively engaged in teaching and learning through the library's resources, information literacy initiatives, and utilization of social networking tools - Herron Art Library blog, Facebook, Twitter, LibraryThing, and Flickr.
The Herron Art Library formally began its service to the central Indiana community as an art research library in 1909. Today, the library continues to enjoy its long-standing reputation as central Indiana's primary lending art library for modern and contemporary art. The library's tradition of responding to the present-day needs of its users is reflected in the resources, services, and special internal and external projects in which the library engages.
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The Herron Art Library's holdings include traditional print and non-print materials as well as Internet access. The Herron Art Library houses approximately 27,000 books, 150 journal subscriptions, over 160,000 slides and 1,200 videos on-site and provides access to electronic resources and digital image collections both licensed and created in-house.