Katherine W. Dumke Fine Arts & Architecture Library
We are located on the second floor of the J. Willard Marriott Library in Suite 2400. We support all departments within the College of Fine Arts and the College of Architecture + Planning, including Architecture, Art and Art History, Ballet, City and Metropolitan Planning, Modern Dance, Multi-Disciplinary Design, Film & Media Arts, Music, and Theatre.
The Fine Arts space is available for use anytime the Library is open.
(L-R) Thomas, Erika, Greg, Robert, Tony, Justin, Luke
The showcase houses unique collections including artist’s books, Latin American avant-garde collection, musical scores, and much more! Items in the showcase are primarily for in-house use, and can be obtained by giving a photo identification or UCard to one of our staff members while you use the items. Scanning and copying from most of these items is allowed within copyright.
In the tab titled “Locations and Request” the description “Fine Arts Library Collection” or “Fine Arts Library Folio” indicates the item is located in the Fine Arts & Architecture Library showcase. You may also search for a keyword or subject heading and then refine your search by selecting “Fine Arts Library Collection” from the facets on the left side of the page.
Are you searching for an item that the Fine Arts & Architecture Library doesn’t own?
Need some help finding the best resources for your project at Marriott Library? Subject Guides are here to help!
Subject Guides are brief overviews to the resources available in each discipline. They will tell you where to start your search, the most reputable databases in your discipline, trusted journals, and other helpful information. Still stuck? Ask the Library!
A digital exhibition of the materials available in the Fine Arts Collection from the Latin American Avant-Garde.
Oral history video interviews, digital collections, and more exploring the life and work of Professor Lennox Tierney with a focus on Japanese Architecture and art and the Occupation.
The Utah Artists Project (UAP) is a collaborative academic digital archive designed to provide access to biographies, bibliographies, and images of artwork by Utah's visual artists.
Our collaboration with the Utah Arts Festival to capture their history, celebrate their 35th anniversary, and explore their future.
The Chronicle is a visual record of the remarkable life of artist Feliks Topolski and other unique views of world events during the time of its publication from 1953 to 1979. Currently, this project contains only a small percentage of the 3000 drawings that make up the Chronicle; however, drawings have been included that demonstrate the diversity of the work and contain at least one image from each issue held by the library.
In addition to one-of-a-kind collections and beautiful study spaces, a variety of technology and print resources are available:
- 80 current periodicals that cover a wide range of topics and all are available for checkout
- Large-format, flat- and V-bed scanner (up to 25" x 33.5") and page-feeder scanner
- Microsoft Surface Hub
- One Button Studio
Art & Art History Librarian
Subjects: Art History, Studio Art, Architecture + Planning.
Head, Creativity and Innovation Services
Subjects: Theatre, Film & Media, Dance.
Design & Technology Specialist
Subjects: Studio Art, Materials & Design Collections, Art Teaching.