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The Art & Nature Team Project: Art & the Environment

This information pathfinder is designed to help students with library research for the Art & Nature Project in the ARH1000 & BSC1050 Learning Community. Claudia Scalise & Chris Migliaccio, Instructors.

Research at MDC Libraries

MDC ID card


Log in using your student ID and the last four digits of the ID as your pin.


Library Catalog 


After clicking this link, enter your search terms.

From the drop down menu select the format, ie book, e-book audiovisual
Click "Search."
Write down the call number of the book (e.g. LB 1049 .K43 2003 c.2)
Go to the shelf to find the book.

Visual Arts books are in the N (1 - 9211) section:

N1-58 General

N61-72 Theory. Philosophy. Aesthetics of the visual arts

N81-390 Study and teaching. Research

N400-3990 Art museums, galleries, etc.

N4390-5098 Exhibitions

N5198-5299 Private collections and collectors

N5300-7418 History

N7420-7525.8 General works

N7560-8266 Special subjects of art

N8350-8356 Art as a profession. Artists

N8510-8553 Art studios, materials, etc.

N8554-8585 Examination and conservation of works of art

N8600-8675 Economics of art

N8700-9165 Art and the state. Public art




Introduction to Art in Nature Guide

Welcome to the subject guide for ARH. Use the tabs above to find articles, books, journals, web links, and project examples for your class.


Henry Rousseau jungle painting

Researching and Writing

Subject Guide

Marta Frydman's picture
Marta Frydman
Wolfson Campus Library - Room 1321
300 NE 2nd Ave
FL, 33132

Citations & Plagiarism

What is Plagiarism?

"The unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own original work."

From The Random House Dictionary of the English Language, 2d ed.