Learn art history from anywhere with Oxford Art Online

August 11, 2011

Contact: Reference Desk

How did van Gogh die? What was Judy Chicago thinking when she made The Dinner Party? Which came first: Dada or Surrealism?

Be an expert: Learn art history from anywhere with Oxford Art Online

Want answers to your art-related questions but don’t know where to start? Not sure if that Wikipedia article is accurate? All you need is a Berkeley Public Library card to explore an electronic art reference library from any computer with Oxford Art Online. Get information at your fingertips that we used to have to look in books for.

Tuesday, October 11, 6 - 7 p.m., at the Central Library’s Electronic Classroom, 2090 Kittredge @ Shattuck Ave., Berkeley


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