Located on the second floor of SFAI’s original 1926 building, the Anne Bremer Memorial Library offers students a quiet setting for research and study.
The Reading Room’s high arched windows overlook the San Francisco Bay, with views of Alcatraz, Angel Island, and beyond.
The library staff works with students on an individual basis, helping them to effectively utilize the library’s specialized resources. Students should feel free to contact the library to arrange a personalized library orientation or research help session.
ArtStor: A digital collection of more than one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities and sciences with tools to view, present and manage images for teaching and research.
Art Source: The definitive resource for the study of art. Art Source provides access to art-related periodicals covering a range of subjects.
Electronic Arts Intermix: Streaming video of experimental media works by artists.
JSTOR: Art and Sciences III: Access to scholarly journals covering a range of subjects in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences.
Ask Art: Artists’ biographical information and auction records.
Pronunciator: An interactive language learning service covering 80 languages, as well as English as a second language curriculum for 50 non-english languages. To log into Pronunciator, follow these instructions.
Lynda.com: thousands of video courses in software, creative, and business skills.
Stop by the library for help accessing and using these resources. Further instructions for student and faculty remote access are available through Moodle under “Library and Media Services.”
Library Lunchtime Film Screenings for Enlightenment, Education, and Entertainment:
All screenings are at noon. Upcoming screenings: