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Outreach to artists. “ Our students engage a broad spectrum of creative methodologies and intellectual frameworks. …are taught to balance ‘making’ with the production of ideas.” – Patricia Olynyk , Director of Graduate Studies. Orientation. Methods. Research 101. Bibliography.

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“Our students engage a broad spectrum of creative methodologies and intellectual frameworks...


…are taught to balance ‘making’ with the production of ideas.”

–Patricia Olynyk,

Director of Graduate Studies




Research 101




Field trips

outreach to artists developing a research culture for the mfa program
Outreach to Artists: Developing a Research Culture for the MFA Program

Kasia Leousis, M.A., M.L.S.

Art History & School of Art Librarian

Washington University in Saint Louis

  • Bartnik, Linda. “The Embedded Academic Librarian: The Subject Specialist Moves into the Discipline College.” Kentucky Libraries 71.3 (Summer 2007): 4-9.
  • Haines, Annette. “Out in Left Field: The Benefits of Field Librarianship for Studio Arts Programs.” Art Documentation 23:1 (2004): 18-20.
  • Stoddart, Richard A., Thedis W. Bryant and Amia L. Baker. “Going Boldly Beyond the Reference Desk: Practical Advice and Learning Plans for New Reference Librarians Performing Liaison Work.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 32.4 (2006): 419-427.
  • Sullivan, Graeme. Art Practice as Research: Inquiry in Visual Arts. London: Sage, 2010.
  • Vetruba, Brian. “Eingebettet in the German Department.” WESSWebWESS Newsletter(Fall 2008).
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Andrea Degener. From Object Series (1) Frog, Turtle. Digital C-prints, 30x31” each. 2011

Meghan Bean. Absent Referent. Oil on canvas, 2010.

Nicholas Kania. Southern Praise no. 1, trundle bed frame, duct tape, glitter, plastic flowers, Christmas lights, mud, glue, 2011.

-----------. Southern Praise no. 2, wood paneling, Christmas lights, duct tape, metal folding chairs, 2011.