Tag Archives: ArtStor

Now available: additional images from Shangri La, Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art

(15 March 2016) Artstor has released approximately 300 new images of Islamic and South Asian art from the Shangri La, Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art in the Digital Library. This brings the collection total to nearly 800 images of Indian jewelry and enamels; Syrian, Indian, Spanish, and Persian furniture, doors, and ceilings; Persian and […]


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Artstor and ITHAKA join forces

(28 January 2016,  New York, NY)  Artstor, the nonprofit provider of the Artstor Digital Library of images and the Shared Shelf platform for cataloguing and digital asset management, will now operate under the umbrella of its fellow nonprofit ITHAKA, the organization that currently operates three other services: JSTOR, Portico and Ithaka S+R. Artstor, ITHAKA and […]


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Artstor offers 1,000 additional photographs from Panos Pictures

(6 January 2016) Panos Pictures and Artstor have collaborated to share more than 1,000 additional photographs of contemporary global affairs in the Digital Library, bringing the total to more than 32,000 images in Artstor. Panos Pictures specializes in documenting critical social issues as well as stories beyond the contemporary media landscape. The Panos Profile includes […]


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Artstor Digital Library 2015 summary

(5 January 2016) The Artstor Digital Library now boasts more than two million images in all subjects and periods from more than 290 collections worldwide. 200,000 new images were added in 2015 as well as the first video collection of 50 groundbreaking art performances from the Franklin Furnace Archives. Artstor also reached new agreements with museums, […]


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Now available: Additional images from Rhizome

(6 October 2015) The Artstor Digital Library has released more than 1,500 additional images from the Rhizome ArtBase, an online archive of new media art, bringing the collection total to more than 3,100 images. The Rhizome ArtBase is a web-based archive of works that employ technologies in significant ways and contains more than 2,500 artworks […]


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Artstor helps you download image citations easily

(5 August 2015) You can easily generate citations from the Artstor Digital Library to save or export into EndNote, ProCite, RefWorks, or Reference Manager. Citations include the creator, title, date, repository, Artstor image ID number, and stable URL for each image. The Artstor blog tells you how.


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Shared Shelf Commons collections now available alongside the Artstor Digital Library

(4 June 2015) Artstor is now making all media collections from open-access library Shared Shelf Commons accessible alongside the Artstor Digital Library. More than 200,000 image, video, document, and audio files from Shared Shelf subscribers in the ever-growing resource can now be searched alongside the 1.9 million images in the Artstor Digital Library. The content […]


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Broaden the reach of your collections

(13 May 2015) Artstor’s Shared Shelf is an enterprise-wide media management solution that enables institutions to upload, catalog, and share their digital collections. Users can easily manage a library’s special collection, a retiring faculty member’s lifelong work, student project videos, and more. Collections are discoverable alongside the Digital Library’s content throughout your institution, and may […]


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Join the Artstor Digital Library Advisory Group

(29 April 2015)  The Artstor Digital Library is looking to the community to help guide our development. Made up of 30 members representing a variety of areas of the Artstor community, the Advisory Group will gather through virtual meetings three times a year to identify critical user issues regarding new tools, features, and functionality of […]


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ArtStor has a new website

(31 March 2015) In addition to being clearer, better-organized, and easier to navigate, the site includes a number of enhancements. The new resources page at artstor.org/resources, is a convenient archive of brochures and manuals, ArtStor webinar schedules, new Curriculum Guides, AP teaching resources, and promotional materials for librarians. Further, there are three new support sites […]


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At-risk collections to receive preservation and distribution support from Artstor

(13 March 2015) Artstor announces the first four recipients of a new initiative to preserve and increase the availability of at-risk collections. The selected projects are: The James Cahill Archive of Chinese art (University of California, Berkeley) Excavations and finds in Oaxaca by Judith Zeitlin, 1973 and 1990 (University of Massachusetts, Boston) Ronald M. Bernier Archive, Buddhist […]


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Artstor has released the latest version of its Offline Image Viewer (OIV)

(25 October 2014) OIV enables instructors to give classroom presentations using larger images from the Artstor Digital Library (up to 3200 pixels wide) along with local content without being connected to the Internet. You can create digital slide show presentations that feature side-by-side comparisons, zooming and panning, and the ability to customize text on the slides. OIV 4.0 […]


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Deadline for the Digital Humanities Awards is approaching

 (1 October 2014) The award aims to facilitate the most innovative and intellectually stimulating projects in the field. Winners will receive five years’ free access to Shared Shelf, Artstor’s digital media management software, to upload, catalog, manage, store, and share their project. The deadline is 15 October 2014. Winners will be announced in early December. Visit […]


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Get the most out of the Artstor Digital Library

(30 August 2014) Get a free Artstor Digital Library account. The benefits include organizing images into groups, downloading in zipped files and sharing with others. Further details including registration are in the blog post.


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Introducing Image Group Download

(18 October 2013) You know that you can export image groups as PowerPoint presentations. But sometimes you want the images by themselves. That’s why you can now download groups of as many as 150 images as a zip file. It’s easy! Watch ArtStor’s short video to learn more.  


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