A library classification is a system of knowledge organization by which library resources are arranged and ordered systematically. At UCI Libraries, and many North American academic libraries, books are arranged according to the Library of Congress Classification system. You'll find most art books under the N (visual arts) range or T (technology) range. These call numbers are both located on the 4th floor of Langson Library (PDF). But depending on the topic, however, it may be found in other call number ranges that intersect with languages and literature, history, sociology, and anthropology.
N Visual arts
NE Print media
NK Decorative Arts
NX General Arts
TP Ceramics/Pottery (some)
TT Crafts & Textile
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