Diversifying VRC Services within a studio department: The Portfolio Photography Room
With the changing landscape of visual resources in the past decade, our facility has remained useful to our department by providing relevant services that revolve around imaging. When we noticed a void in the department for students to professionally document the art they were creating, the Visual Resources Center was a natural fit. This article explains the process of establishing this service.
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