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Library opening hours

Opening hours for SIA MA students

Book collection and return is possible during library opening hours whenever you are in the building for your electives. You can  email library@sia.edu in advance with a list of books you would like to borrow.

 

Study space can be booked at these times:

 

Mondays 12pm-7.45pm for students taking these electives:

  • Art Photography and the Market
  • Contemporary Chinese Art
  • Market for Antiquities and Old Masters
  • Modernism and its Markets

closed for public holidays Monday 3 May and Monday 31 May

 

Tuesdays 2pm-7.45pm for students taking these electives:

  • Contemporary Design and its Markets
  • Emerging Markets
  • Ethics, Law and the Art Trade
  • International Art World: Public Sectors

 

Wednesdays 12pm-7.45pm for students taking these electives:

  • Contemporary Design and its Markets
  • Emerging Markets
  • Ethics, Law and the Art Trade
  • International Art World: Public Sectors

 

Thursdays 2pm-7.45pm for students taking these electives:

  • Art and Authentication
  • Curating Contemporary Art
  • Digital Technology: Art Markets and Organisations

 

Fridays 12pm-7.45pm for students taking these electives:

  • Art and Authentication
  • Curating Contemporary Art
  • Digital Technology: Art Markets and Organisations

New resources online

New website: George Floyd & Anti-racist Street Art

Hiscox Online Art Trade Report 2020: part three now published.

New e-books:

Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Access until 31 May 2021 by kind permission of Routledge.

Bolter, Jay David. The Digital Plenitude: The Decline of Elite Culture and the Rise of New Media.

Massi, Marta, Marilena Vecco and Yi Lin (eds.). Digital Transformation in the Cultural and Creative Industries: Production, Consumption and Entrepreneurship in the Digital and Sharing Economy.

 

The Art Newspaper is best accessed via EBSCO here

 

Art History Research net: please email library@sia.edu for username and password.
Most useful for researching European design and decorative arts of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Includes many journals from the period, and a major section about posters. Available until 31 March 2021 by kind permission of owner Chris Mees.