ARTstor Workshop

Submitted by cws on Fri, 10/07/2011 - 7:24am
Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

ARTstor is an image database of over 700,000 + high resolution images of art and architecture images that can be used for educational uses in your classes. Learn how to search and utilize Artstor to enhance your classes and knowledge of art. Faculty and students learn how to create personal ARTstor accounts that allow the sharing of images between individuals and or classes.

The images range from Neolithic to Postmodern works. Special collections include: European paintings, sculpture and decorative arts; prints, graphic design, photography, drawings, archaeology, Asian art, illuminated manuscripts, cave temple works, Egyptian art, Cuban art, antiquities, Korean and Buddhist monastery art and architecture, Islamic art and architecture, Medieval and Renaissance art, and prints from the Illustrated Bartsch.

Location: 
Willis Library Room 136
Event open to: 
Contact for admission requirements
Department or Sponsor: 
Libraries - RIS
Contact Name: 
Frances May
Contact Email: 
frances.may@unt.edu
Contact Phone: 
(940) 565-4812
Expected Attendance: 
Not Applicable