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Learn more about the resources available at the Art & Architecture Library and the services offered by Art & Design Field Librarian, who serves the students, faculty, and staff in the Stamps School of Art & Design.

Library Information

Art & Design Librarian

The Art & Design Librarian, Jamie Lausch Vander Broek, works with Stamps to support its collection, research, learning and teaching needs. She also curates artists' books, develops book arts programming, and runs the Library's Book Arts Studio.

Make an online appointment with Jamie on the library website.

Art, Architecture and Engineering Library

The Art, Architecture and Engineering Library (AAEL) located in the Duderstadt Center holds materials related to architecture, art & design, urban planning, and engineering. It also contains a materials library, visual resources, and special collections.

Book Arts Studio

Experiment with hand set type and book making supplies in the library’s Book Arts Studio, located within AAEL, which includes more than 150 drawers of metal and wooden type, a few hundred pictorial ornaments, and several presses.

University of Michigan Library System

Consistently ranked as one of the top academic research libraries in North America, the University of Michigan Library makes available an extraordinary array of resources and services.

They have physical locations throughout campus and offer a wealth of resources in traditional as well as digital formats, encompassing more than 8.5 million print volumes and one of the finest digital collections in the world.

Their expert staff are committed to helping patrons tap the full potential of these resources and provide a broad spectrum of assistance for research and teaching. They help students at every step in their educational career and work closely with faculty and graduate students to support their research needs.