The image group utility within the Artstor Digital Library allows you to gather, organize, share, review, edit, print, or present your chosen images. Image groups are accessible from anywhere you can log in to the Artstor Digital Library.
Image Group Help
ARTstor's OIV (Offline Image Viewer)
OIV is an offline software developed by ARTstor to meet the demands of presenting high-quality digital images for teaching and learning. Use OIV as an image-friendly alternative to other presentations tool, such as PowerPoint and Keynote.
ARTstor is a not-for-profit high quality arts and humanities image database subscription service that provides over 1.6 million digital images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences. ARTstor also provides with a range of tools to view, present, and manage high quality images for research and educational purposes. This digital image library offers a wide spectrum of images needed for interdisciplinary teaching and research, including contributions from the leading museums, photo archives, libraries, scholars, photographers, artists, and artists’ estates.
(IAP) program makes available publication-quality images for use in scholarly publications free of charge.
Subject Guides highlight relevant collections, unique interdisciplinary content, search strategies, and search terms that greatly aid discoverability across disciplines in the Digital Library. The subject guides cover twenty-two subject areas inlcuding: African and African American Studies; Architecture and the Built Environment; Design; Decorative Arts; Fashion and Costume; Maps and Geography; Photography; Theater and Dance; and Women's Studies.
User Accounts through ARTstor enable you to:
Artstor and the California College of the Arts are collaborating to share approximately 6,000 images from the CCA Contemporary Art Project and 2,800 images from the CAPP Street Project Archive.
The CCA Contemporary Art Project is composed of images of current or recently-shown work by emerging and established artists. The Capp Street Project Archive documents the process, intention, and realization of installations and temporary projects sponsored by the Capp Street Project since 1983.
CCA Libraries has also created ARTstor folders that include faculty and student work, special collections and archival material, in addition to educational resources.
To access the CCA collections avialable through ARTstor go to the "Shared Shelf Institutional Collections" folders on the homepage.
ARTstor now has mobile access for your smart phone or iPad. ARTstor is now accessible to registered users and users who are on-site at their licensed institution on compatible mobile operating systems. The mobile site for Apple devices and mobile app for Android devices allows users to search, browse, and view previously created image groups.