The VRC supports the faculty and students of the Department of Art History by fostering the use of new technologies and resources relevant to digital scholarship, teaching, and publishing.
- Consultations with faculty and students in areas of research, imaging, digital art history tools, publishing, and arts-related copyright questions
- Maintaining an expanding collection of digital images reflecting the Department’s research and curriculum
- Training and support for a variety of digital tools and resources for teaching and academic research projects
The VRC regularly collaborates with the Palmer Museum of Art and other campus units on digital projects and exhibitions.
VRC facilities include a collaborative learning space, equipped with computers with DAH-specific software, flatbed and slide scanners, a large-screen monitor, and flexible seating.
The VRC is located on the second floor of the Borland Building:
- Staff offices: 214 and 215 Borland
- VRC Studio: 241 Borland
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The VRC is a member of the Visual Resources Association, an international organization of image management professionals.