February 25, 2013
Check out this new article co-written by one of our department assistants, Clara Goldman.
Look here for information regarding how to search, evaluate and use high quality images for your art history class presentations. We are here to help you locate the best images possible. In addition, keep your eyes on the LCD monitor facing the hallway in Gannett for Mystery Image contests - you might win a prize!
12:12 pm on 12/12/12/
Thought I should post something fun and interesting at this time.
Perhaps you might like to make something fun out of old slides you find in the grandparents attic over winter break.
Take a look here at some instructions for making a LAMP
December 4, 2012
The "Turn up the Transparency" 35mm art slide show was a huge success. We had student, faculty and staff from across campus submit work for the show. Among the departments represented were:
- Art History
- Theater Arts
- Cinema & Photography
- Environmental Studies
- Clinical Health Studies
Thank you to all participants! We hope to have another call for entries and show next year, so keep your eyes open for an announcement in the near future.
(See the following site for a few images from the show - http://tinyurl.com/ajy9xpt )
Watch the video on the VRC created by Journalism major Kyle Robertson '14
The Visual Resources Collection (VRC) is a teaching collection of art and architecture images in both analog 35mm slide and digital formats. Currently there are over 24,000 digital images from our collection available to use in your courses here at Ithaca College. During its time as the art history 35 mm slide collection, the VRC had approximately 160,000 slides in its holdings. As of 2006, slides were no longer acquired. We are currently in the process of de-accessioning the collection and plan to keep a core collection of slides for research purposes.
The Art History Department and the VRC completed a major renovation project in the fall of 2010. The VRC is located in G-122 in Gannett Center (first floor of library building) - you can see the office as soon as you walk in the front doors.
The VRC is open to both students and faculty and available to help create professional, high-quality classroom presentations.
We are excited about our new initiative - hosting our digital image collection on ARTstor. See the VRC Resources section (at left) for more details.
Check out our new section of Before & Afters in the Photo Galleries section of this site.
For information please contact the Visual Resources Curator, Randi Millman-Brown at 274-3198 or email@example.com
Please check out our Facebook page as well @ tiny.cc/n0h0c