Links to other large educational image vendors in North America:
- SCHOLARS RESOURCE (now closed): Was a marketplace for art and architecture images for educational use, including material from most major image vendors and from selected museums.
- ART on FILE: ART on FILE was founded in 1982, by Rob Wilkinson and Colleen Chartier. Following a National Endowment for the Arts - Design Arts Grant in 1987, ART on FILE has continued to address a broad range of design challenges which effect the quality of public spaces. Through the documentation of outstanding projects around the world, ART on FILE images and research provide students, faculty and design professionals.
Link to an online subscription image source:
- ARTstor: ARTstor (now accessed via JSTOR Forum) has over three million digital images, mostly art related images, many from museums, which your institution may access via an online subscription fee. Note that you may load Archivision images you own into the JSTOR hosting programe and search accross JSTOR images and your images seamlessly.
Links to architecture & art related sites, directories, image libraries, etc.:
For Ms. Henderson's students! (best of luck with your architecture projects from Archivision)
- Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA): An international research centre and museum devoted to architecture / Un centre international de recherche et un musée qui se consacre a l'architecture.
- RIBApix: A growing database of images from the collections of the British Architectue Library at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Low res files are free; hi res files may be ordered online.
- All Art Schools: Students can use our free comprehensive database of U.S. art schools to search for everything from associate's to doctoral degrees in over 50 business-related concentrations, including painting, theatre, music and art history.
- World Wide Arts Resources: The comprehensive arts registry on the WWW.
- Internet for the Arts: This is a comprehensive network of artist, galleries, museums, organizations, and resources relating to the fine arts. If you have an interest in the fine arts, be sure to explore this site.
- VRA HOME PAGE: The VRA (Visual Resources Association) is a non-profit organization established to further research and education in the field of visual resources and to promote a spirit of cooperation among the members of the profession.
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