The Visual Resources Digital Image Collection is the new teaching and research image collection of the Department of Art & Art History. It comprises increasing numbers of images depicting historical and contemporary art, architecture, and other visual and material culture from around the world. For copyright reasons, the digital image collection is an on-campus resource only and you must have a St. Olaf username and password to access this collection. Digital image use should be limited to educational and scholarly purposes and follow fair use guidelines. If you are unsure about fair use guidelines, refer to the St. Olaf Faculty handbook.
- Search the Art Department Digital Image Collection
- Search the Student Artwork Digital Image Collection
- Coming soon: Faculty Artwork Digital Image Collection!
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Check out the Google Art Project to take virtual tours of some great museum collections. It's a very nice implementation of Google's Street View interface that lets you wander a very small slice of 17 worldwide museums, plus view certain selected artworks allow a high-resolution zoom.
The Visual Resource center is located in Dittmann Center, Room 222 and is usually open between the hours of 3 & 5 p.m., if you need assistance, stop by, or contact the curator to make an appointment.