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Art History


JSTOR Daily (previously Artstor) Blog

Check out JSTOR Daily's Learning to Look, a visual literacy column written by Virginia Seymour, Head Librarian of Research and Instruction at Savannah College of Art and Design. 

Some open source image collections, especially those developed by museums and galleries (including MOMA featured below), are available through Artstor or the museums and galleries themselves. 

Streaming video & DVDs


Our new subscription to Kanopy offers limitless access to independent and documentary films and documentaries, from the 1927 silent German expressionist science-fiction drama Metropolis (1927) to contemporary artist Ai Weiwei's latest documentary Coronation, documenting the Covid-19 lockdown in Wuhan last spring.  

The Library's Media Collection has been developed to support curriculum. DVDs are bookable for specific dates and times and students may borrow them for overnight loans. Check out our streaming videos including a new, more flexible Kanopy subscription.  

Films on Demand (FOD)

Online, streaming access to thousands of documentaries, educational films and news reels including Art 21.

Kanopy NEW!

National Film Board of Canada (NFB)

Access thousands of the National Film Board of Canada’s (NFB) documentaries, animations, experimental films, fiction and interactive works. Instructors can access additional educator tools like creating/sharing playlists and chapters (contact for NFB Campus educator access).