Introducing… JISC Collections vendor Artifex Press!

Artifex Press, a publisher of digital catalogues raisonnés, is excited to announce we are a vendor within JISC Collections; simplifying access to our catalogues for higher education and research institutions across the United Kingdom.  We invite you to a webinar and free trial access. WEBINAR – All attendees will be offered a free 30-day trial […] has closed : art libraries encouraged to join SUNCAT was a cooperative project of ARLIS/UK & Ireland; providing an online union catalogue of serials in member libraries, together with a directory of institutions. Both originated in print products dating back to the early days of ARLIS/UK & Ireland, when it was far more difficult for libraries with complementary needs and resources to find […]

Black artists, Modernism and visual resources: a new research project at University of the Arts London (UAL)

Black Artists and Modernism (BAM) is an exciting and ground breaking research project which will have implications for visual resource discovery and the history of British art. Headed up by UAL in partnership with Middlesex University and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the project aims to re-write art history by illuminating the artwork and practices […]

MoDA images now hosted online by VADS

500 images  from the Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture (MoDA) have recently been launched online on the Visual Arts Data Service (VADS) website at: This unique collection includes well-known graphic designs, typography and book design, advertisements and posters, wallpapers, textiles, fashion, and interior design.             MoDA’s collections engage […]

180,000 New York Public Library digitised items now available to download

The New York Public Library (NYPL) has made over 180,000 copyright-cleared digitised items available as high-resolution downloads. The collection, including rare and unique materials, can be accessed and downloaded via NYPL Digital Collections: For the full list of resources included within NYPL Digital Collections please see the NYPL blog: Some highlights include: Berenice Abbott’s iconic documentation of […]