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information about works of art in CSCC's Library both permanent and temporary exhibits
Last Updated: Jul 31, 2014 URL: http://library.cscc.edu/libraryartcollections Print Guide RSS Updates

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What's in This Guide

This guide is developed to introduce you to the library's permanent art collection in Columbus Hall at Columbus State.  

You'll find photographs of the art pieces in the collection and some photographs/videos of individual artists.  You'll find links to library resources and websites related to the the artists, if available.  Click on the tabs above or links below to lead you to pages related to each artist.

 

 

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Daryl Brown
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Art History
 

Want to Exhibit Your Artwork in the Library?

Are you an artist living and working in the Columbus, Ohio area?

 Are you interested in exhibiting your artwork in the Columbus State Library?

For more information, contact Shona Wainwright
by phone at (614) 287-2461 or by email to swainwri@cscc.edu.

 

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