The museum's subject page where you can access study guides, images, and essays on the subject of sculpture.
CSUSB's subscription includes Grove Art Online, The Oxford Companion to Western Art, Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms. These resources serve as a good starting point to find encyclopedia-style entries on artists, styles, and periods.
Smart history was designed to be an alternative to the typical art history textbook. You can search by period, style, artist, and even theme. You'll find videos, images, essays, and suggestions for further reading.
This site aggregates videos from a range of reputable sources like museums and galleries. Here, you'll find interviews with artists, curators commentary on exhibitions, and other documentary or podcast style videos.
Museums and Galleries Collections
In Print and More
Available in the VRC:
*Starred items are available online through the Pfau Library catalog.
Library books at CSUSB are cataloged with Library of Congress Subject Headings. To explore items catalogued under the subject of sculpture, you may want to use the following subjects in your searches: sculpture, sculptors, glass sculpture, and ceramic sculpture.
Though the online catalog is a great tool, sometimes it's helpful to go and browse the resources in the library. If you choose to do this, you might want to start in the following call number ranges: NB1-50 (general sculpture), NB60-1115 (history of sculpture), NB1160-1195 (sculpture designs and techniques).
Professional Organizations and foundations
International Sculpture Center
$65 for student and young professional membership
National Sculpture Society /
$24 membership for subscription to Sculpture Review, $70 for annual membership
Artist Blacksmiths' of Association of North
$45 for annual student membership