One of the largest academic art and architecture libraries in the Northeast, the Mui Ho Fine Arts Library offers an ever-expanding collection of materials on architecture, art, city and regional planning, landscape architecture, and photography in various formats and in multiple languages. Housed in the library and at the Annex, our collection grows by approximately 4,000 titles each year and comprises more than 267,000 volumes and subscriptions to more than 850 periodical titles. In print and online, we provide discipline-focused resources to search for publications, including the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, Urban Studies Abstracts, and Art Full Text. We also license various image collections from Artstor such as Scholars Resource and Archivision, while providing access to thousands of Cornell’s digital images.
In addition to our wide-ranging collections, our librarians help you in different ways—from recommending and finding print and digital sources for your research, to conducting instruction sessions for your classes. Stop by our service desk, email us at email@example.com, or call us at 607-255-6716.
Related collections are held in these Cornell University Library locations:
- Sean Scully : walls of Aran
- Agents of change : institutionalizing progressive planning in Medellin
- Aegean Bronze Age art : meaning in the making
- Circumventing the next Trail of Tears : re-approaching planning and policy for the climatologically displaced indigenous communities of coastal Louisiana
- Alberto Giacometti : à la recherche des oeuvres disparues (1920-1935) = in search of lost works