At the moment the library is closed to readers.
Since December 14th, EAA library customers can borrow from the library on the following terms.
Please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +372 6267334 on Mon-Fri 10 am – 5.30 pm ( if the order arrives after 5 pm, then the orders will be completed and are available the next business day).
Readers receive their named packages from EAA building information desk.
The requirement is that the reader can hold up to 10 copies, so each loan should be well considered and, if necessary, consult the library in advance to find the best and most relevant selection of literature.
The due date for the borrowed books is Jan 11th 2021. All valid borrowings will be renewed for the same term with effect from Dec 1st 2020. Late fines shall also be suspended during this period for the remaining time. Books can be returned to the special return box placed near the academy information desk.
We will help you with scans from books and periodicals, other possible digital materials (i.e. articles from databases), and to find the right book.
It is possible to order copies and printouts. Note on the use and payment of the service goes to your reader’s account and must be paid immediately when the normal teaching is restored and readers have access to the library again.
Please send all information requests to the e-mail email@example.com
The organization of work at the beginning of 2021 will become clear no later than 04.01.2021
Stay healthy and meet soon again in the library!
The library is a specialized university library. We acquire reference books, scientific literature and textbooks. The areas of activity include art, architecture, design, media art, art history, art criticism, cultural heritage, restoration, semiotics, culture, theatre, photo and cinema art, and the history of religion.
The library is located on the ground floor of the D building of the Academy. The materials are located on open shelves.
Our students, faculty members, employees, graduates, art teachers, students at other schools of higher education and other people interested in art can register as readers.