Category Archives: Library Resources

Digital Resource of the Week: Tate

With four physical locations in England, the Tate Collection provides a wonderful website for exploring its collection from anywhere. Continue reading

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From the Vault: Early Cinematography

Just look at the fun you’re missing if you never go down to the Greenfield Vault. Continue reading

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Library staff recommendation: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers

For anyone who likes movies (and who doesn’t), this is a great starting point for research as well as a fun set to browse. Continue reading

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Digital Resource of the Week: Paleo Art

Paleo Art, from the Smithsonian Institution, highlights beautiful illustrations used to explore and preserve natural specimens from the Paleontological period. Continue reading

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Digital Resource of the Week: An Invitation to Dance

An Invitation to Dance: A History of Social Dance in America is an online exhibition by the American Antiquarian Society. Continue reading

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Digital Resource of the Week: accessCeramics

accessCeramics provides high quality images of contemporary ceramics by today’s leading artists. Continue reading

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Digital Resource of the Week: Crafts Study Centre

The Crafts Study Centre, part of the University College for the Creative Arts in Farnham, England, is a wonderful collection of 20th century and contemporary craft. Continue reading

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Daily Life through History

An excellent online resource offered through the University Libraries, Daily Life through History will help you explore the arts and culture throughout the world, from prehistory through the 20th century. Continue reading

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Digital Resource of the Week: Wellcome Collection

In honor of UArts alumni the Brothers Quay new documentary on the Mutter Museum, let’s take a look at another collection of oddities – The Wellcome Collection. Continue reading

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Digital Resource of the Week: Jacob’s Pillow Dance Interactive

Jacob’s Pillow, “America’s longest running international dance festival,” brings you an interactive website full of performances from the 1930s through today’s hottest dancers. Continue reading

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