University of Mississippi Digital Image Database
The Department of Art & Art History’s Visual Resource Center created the Digital Image Database (UMDID) initiative with the goal of creating a database containing images used for teaching art history. The results are a searchable FileMakerPro database containing JPG images for classroom projection.
The UMDID was launched to the web – UMDID.org – for easy access by students and faculty for lectures and research. This invaluable tool contains over 33,000 digital art history images from all different cultures, time periods, and civilizations throughout the ages. Each image is accompanied by relevant information regarding artist, title, medium, date, etc. To request access to the image database please contact the VRC’s curator: Frank Estrada, email@example.com.
Art & Art History Assessment Test
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- Artist Statement for Artists
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- Links to resources for writing artists’ statements