The Visual Resources Collection (VRC) is a teaching collection which primarily supports the instructional needs of the Department of Art and Art History and, where possible, the rest of the College. The collections consist of over 7,000 digital images, 70,000 slides, approx. 200 audiovisual materials, 240 reference books and various visual resource production and projection equipment. The collections cover a broad range of subjects in the arts including materials from various periods and cultures.
The VRC is located in the Cornell Fine Arts Center (CFAC) in room CFAC 115. The facility is professionally staffed year round by the part-time Visual Resources Curator, Dawn Feavyour, who is assisted, during semesters, by a part-time work-study student employee.
- Rollins College faculty and adjuncts from outside the Department of Art and Art History may schedule an appointment with Dawn Feavyour to use the VRC during VRC office hours (office hours are listed on the lefthand side of this page).
- Rollins College students may use the VRC for in-class presentations with the written permission from their professor, and after emailing Dawn Feavyour to schedule an appointment to use the VRC during during VRC office hours (office hours are listed on the lefthand side of this page).
- VRC equipment, such as projectors, carousel trays, remotes, cameras, copystand, etc., is for use by faculty and adjuncts of the Department of Art and Art History only. A copy-stand designated for public use is available in the Olin Library. Please call the Olin Library Archives and Special Collections Department at 407.646.2421 for more information.