Locations for print books in Gleeson Library:
AM Museum Studies Lower Level NE corner
N Fine Arts 3rd Floor South
Folio All Subjects 3rd Floor North
Exhibition: a journal of exhibition theory & practice for museum professionals (American Alliance of Museums)
Hand to Hand (Association of Children's Museums)
International Journal of Arts Management (also in databases)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (also in databases with 1 year delay)
Museums Journal (Museums Association)
Apollo: the international magazine for collectors (also in databases)
Art in America (also in databases)
Art Journal (also in databases)
Art of Asia
Artforum International (also in databases, one year delay)
Art + Culture
Eye: the International Review of Graphic Designs (also in databases)
Frieze: Contemporary Art & Culture (also in databases)
Juxtapoz: Art & Culture Magazine
For database access search by publication title in Journal Finder.
Settings: Languages; Library Links: University of San Francisco; Bibliography Manager: RefWorks
MuseumStat is a robust online resource to support museums, communities, and researchers in gaining insights into the reach of museums and the communities they serve. MuseumStat contains information on about 30,000 organizations in the Institute of Museum and Library Services’ Museum Universe Data File (MUDF). The museum data are combined with community metrics on every census tract in the United States. MuseumStat is built on a geographical information system (GIS) platform that is designed to be intuitive and useful to a wide range of users and will continue to grow in its scope of features and information.
Access this online directory from Gleeson Library's Ignacio catalog.
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