Visual Resources Center
The Visual Resources Center provides access to visual media and technology in support of the teaching and research needs of the Lamar Dodd School of Art.
VRC collections include over 280,000 slides, the Art History Digital Archive, and a small collection of videos for classroom use. The slide collection is no longer active and is being phased out and replaced by the Art History Digital Archive, which contains approximately 70,000 high-quality locally produced images illustrating the history of art, architecture, and visual culture from the prehistoric period to the present.
ART HISTORY DIGITAL ARCHIVE
UGA faculty, students, and staff may access and use images in the Art History Digital Archive for non-profit, educational purposes only, such as teaching, research, and study, according to Fair Use guidelines. For more information on the use of images for teaching, research, and study, click here.
For access to the Art History Digital Archive, please visit http://www.ciids.org/arthistory
To browse DVDs in the video collection, please click here.
To browse the reference collection, please click here.
Tutorials on digital imaging and use of the Art History Digital Archive are available upon request. Contact VRC curator for more information.
Click here for the Digital Image Request Form. Forms must be submitted at least two weeks before date needed.
Curator: Eugene De La Rosa
Phone: (706) 542-1618
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Location: Room N201, Lamar Dodd School of Art