Free Art Books to School and Public Libraries in Underserved Communities

Mar 21, 2016

“Violet Isle” by Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb

“Violet Isle” by Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb

Wyoming public and school libraries may receive free art books from Art Resources Transfer’s Distribution to Underserved Communities Library Program (D.U.C.). The D.U.C. provides public schools and libraries with free books on contemporary art and culture.

All public institutions who self-define as underserved may create an account and place an order once per year through their website at www.artresourcestransfer.org/duc. They emphasize service to rural areas.

This year, Art Resource Transfer is features over 295 new titles, as well as new educational and editorial content on their redesigned website.

Questions, comments, or suggestions may go to duc@artresourcestransfer.org.

If you have a question about this or any other article, please contact us at statelibrary@wyo.gov

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