Art Resources Guide | St. Lawrence University Art and Art History

Art Resources Guide

On this page, and sub-pages, are links to resources for the SLU Studio Art Major, Art History Major, interested students, and other artists or researchers. We hope you find them helpful and useful.

If you know of a good online or offline Arts related resource not listed here then please email Bob Foster at or phone the Art & Art History department at (315) 229-5166 with your suggestion. We would also be interested in any opinions or feedback, good or bad, regarding any of the resources listed.


Resource Types


St Lawrence University - Art & Art History website
Creative process, technique and content are taught concurrently throughout all of the studio classes. Courses include digital and traditional artistic media. Art history courses range from the ancient Mediterranean, Asia and Africa through the western world, from the Middle Ages to postmodernism. Both studio and art history courses bring to students an awareness of the philosophical, psychological and cultural bases from which works of art take shape.

St Lawrence University - Arts Calendar
Has a list view, day, week, and month views for upcoming arts related events, including the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery.

Newell Center for Arts Technology
The NCAT staff works with faculty, staff, and students to coordinate the necessary facilities, equipment, and training to explore the intersections among digital technologies and the arts. If you are enrolled in a course that meets in the NCAT, the doors will automatically unlock at class time. Anyone with a valid SLU ID card is welcome in the NCAT during open hours; you do not need to be enrolled in a course that is making use of the NCAT. All other hours are reserved. Please plan accordingly.

The Arts Collaborative
Recognizing the importance of the arts in the academic and cultural life of the institution, the Arts Collaborative supports artistic events and activities for the St. Lawrence community and helps integrate arts into courses and co-curricular activities. Each semester we invite proposals that explore the role of the arts across the curriculum from any individual, department, or program.

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