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    Meghan Rubenstein

    Curator of Visual ResourcesRubenstein

    As the Curator of Visual Resources, Meghan manages the daily operations of the Visual Resources Center, the Art Department’s image and imaging hub. In addition to overseeing a collection of over 300,000 analog and digital images, she assists faculty and students with their digital teaching, scholarship, and creative work. Meghan offers campus-wide workshops on Adobe software and Sketchup throughout the year and serves as a resource for questions regarding copyright and image permissions. She is interested in promoting visual literacy across campus and is available to discuss best practices when working with digital images both in and out of the classroom. Meghan teaches dynamic half block courses on Adobe software (Design Like a Pro and Adobe In Focus) and block courses on the Precolumbian Americas, her area of scholarly research.

    The Visual Resources Center

    Packard 124
    5 West Cache La Poudre Street
    M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm
    closed weekends