Scanning Policy

Herron Image Library Online Image Collections

Copyright and Fair Use Policy

Regarding the Creation and Development of the Image Collection

August 28, 2007



Part I: Statement of Policy

The Herron Art Library supports and advances the Indiana University Policy on Fair Use of Copyrighted Works for Education and Research (available at: In coordination with the University policy, the Herron library has established this Herron Art Library Online Image Collections Copyright and Fair Use Policy regarding the creation of an image collection for purposes of study and teaching at the Herron School of Art and at IUPUI.

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Herron Gate Count

Number of patrons visiting the Herron Art Library on a monthly basis.

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Indiana Artists

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    Herron Art Library - Frequently Asked Questions

    Where is Herron Art Library located?
    Herron Art Library is inside the Herron School of Art and Design at Eskenazi Hall.
    Our address is 735 West New York Street, HR 117, Indianapolis, IN 46202

    What are your hours?
    During fall and spring semesters the library is open Monday through Thursday from 8am to 6pm and Friday from 8am to 5pm. Between semesters and during summer sessions our hours are Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm. We are closed on major holidays.

    How do I locate a book?
    You can find books online via the Indiana University catalog, IUCAT. Students, staff, and faculty can login with their username and password to request books from any IU campus library, as well as renew materials that are checked out. Follow the link below:

    Last updated by jsowls on 03/29/2012

    Herron Art Library - Artists' Books Collection

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    Herron Art Library - Special Collections


    The Gates, Central Park, New York City, 1979-2005. Christo and Jeanne-Claude

    The Herron Art Library Collections: A Gateway to Learning

    The only remaining branch subject library of IUPUI University Library, the Herron Art Library's mission is to support instruction and research in the study of art and art history at the Herron School of Art and Design by collecting, preserving, and disseminating recorded knowledge in print, multi-media, and digital formats. In addition to serving the IUPUI community, the library is tied closely with the local cultural and educational communities in many ways. Most prominently by its service to the many metropolitan area K-12 teachers who regularly visit the library for its unique collections and use of resources available on-site.

    Last updated by sstaumku on 08/20/2010

    Herron Art Library - New Arrivals

    The recent acquisitions of the Herron Art Library are available in list form on this web page. The database goes back to July 2001.

    Last updated by on 07/01/2008

    Herron Art Library - Special Projects

    Completed Special Projects and Programs

    IUPUI IMLS National Leadership Grant

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    Herron Art Library - Staff


    DeeDee Davis
    Visual Resources Specialist

    Becki Myers
    Circulation Supervisor

    Sonja Staum
    Director/Team Leader


    Part-time staff:
    Jeremy Musko
    Zulaiha Razak
    Jessica Sowls

    Last updated by jsowls on 09/11/2014

    Herron Art Library - Policies

    Who May Use the Library

    Services are available to students, faculty and staff of IUPUI, and to all Indiana residents. Preference is given to Herron students and faculty for materials in demand.

    To check out materials, users must present one of two types of valid identification:

    1. IUPUI Jagtag
      Students, faculty, and staff may obtain an IUPUI identification card (Jagtag) in the Campus Center.
    2. Indiana University Libraries Borrower's Card.
      Residents of Indiana may obtain an Indiana University Borrower's Card by presenting the following forms of identification:
      • Indiana Driver's License or ID card
      • Proof of current address, such as a lease or utility bill

    User Responsibilities

    Patrons are responsible for all materials charged to their cards.

    Patrons are responsible for notifying the library immediately if their cards are lost or stolen. There is a $5.00 charge for replacing Borrower's Cards.

    Changes in name or address must be reported to the Bursar's Office.

    Last updated by relmyers on 06/26/2012