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Learning Resources, New York

Christie’s Education students, both current and alumni, have access to the on-site Learning Resources Center (LRC).

Facilities, Equipment and Supplies

Christie’s Education New York’s current facilities, which opened in January 2006, were specifically designed to support the mission, goals and programs of Christie’s Education New York by providing an integrated setting for classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, and related support facilities and amenities. Our facility is located at Rockefeller Center, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, based on the 20th Floor. The facilities include an on-site library, computers and printers for student use. We also have a study collection on-site for the faculty to use in class and students to use for further study and coursework.

Library

The Christie’s Education Library consists of approximately 6,000 books and exhibition catalogues, sale catalogues, journals, e-resources and DVDs. Our library is an excellent resource that we are pleased to be able to offer to our students. The librarian is available to assist with reference queries during the open hours of the library.

Online

Students at Christie’s Education have access to a broad range of electronic resources. Through our affiliation with the auction house we have privileged access to Christie’s in-house sales database Lotfinder. In addition Christie's Education has electronic resources including such as Artfact, artnet, AskArt, SCIPIO, JSTOR, Artists Signatures, EBSCO Articles and Oxford, Grove and Benezit Online.

IT Facilities

Desktop PCs, WiFi access and Canon Multi-functional devices with color printing and scan to USB available.

Writing Center

Christie's Education New York offers a Writing Center as a resource for students to support their development as writers. The Writing Center is open to all students and we encourage everyone to utilize it. Students with an art history background as well as those coming into our programs from other professional or academic fields benefit from the expertise of an in-house writing teacher.  Group sessions address the mechanics of essay writing and conventions used in art history. Individual sessions are to available to students who wish to have support on specific assignments. 

Additional resources

Christie’s Education students have orientations to the resources available at New York art libraries such as the Thomas Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Frick Art Reference Library, the New York Public Library and the libraries of the Museum of Modern Art.

Staff

Karen Maguire
Learning Resources Manager



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