Artstor Newsletter

Éduard Manet, The Execution of Maximilian, ca. 1867-8. Photograph: ©The National Gallery, London
DISCOVERY
No longer scandalous: Manet in America
Édouard Manet's Luncheon on the Grass and Olympia were national scandals when first exhibited. So showing a new painting that was too controversial for France would be a surefire way for the artist to get attention in America, right?

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IMLS
ORGANIZATION
Artstor Awarded IMLS Grant for DPLA Museum Hub
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has awarded Artstor and five collaborating institutions a three-year National Leadership Grant to support the development of free software to enable museums to contribute digital image collections for open access through the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA).

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Reginald Marsh, Women window shopping, ca. 1940. © 2012 Estate of Reginald Marsh/Art Students League, New York/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
DISCOVERY
Émile Zola and the world's first department store
Émile Zola based his novel The Ladies' Paradise on the Bon Marché, the world's first department store and one of the most iconic features of modern Parisian life.

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Advisory group
ORGANIZATION
Join the Artstor Digital Library Advisory Group!
Be a voice and an advocate for your institution and the community. Get involved in Artstor's planning and decision-making process at an earlier stage and on a more strategic level.

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Cosimo Tura, A Muse (Calliope?), probably 1455-60. Photograph: ©The National Gallery, London
DISCOVERY
Game of Thrones and the House of Artstor
Yes, we too are watching Game of Thrones. The epic story is so rich with imagery that we were inspired to dive into the Artstor Digital Library to illustrate it.

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Wangechi Mutu, Yo Mama, 2003. Courtesy of the artist and Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects
RELEASE
Wangechi Mutu
Artstor and Wangechi Mutu are collaborating to share all the images included in the artist's two major museum surveys.

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Diego Rivera, Cruzando La Barranca/Crossing the Barranca, 1929-1930; Photo: Bob Schalkwijk © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), INBA
RELEASE
Images from the D. James Dee Archive of Contemporary Art
Artstor has released more than 550 images from the D. James Dee Archive of contemporary art.

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Thomas McGovern, Untitled, 1992. © Thomas McGovern
RELEASE
Photographs of the AIDS crisis by Thomas McGovern
Artstor and Thomas McGovern are now sharing more than 100 photographs from the artist's series covering the AIDS crisis in the Digital Library.

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Go to Shared Shelf Commons
TIP AND TOOLS
#ARTSTORtips
Browse through nearly 200,000 photos, videos, and more from Shared Shelf subscribers. Go there now: sscommons.org
Renzo Piano Building Workshop, The Art Institute of Chicago: The Modern Wing, 1999-2009 | Image provided by Renzo Piano Building Workshop | © Rpbw, Renzo Piano Building Workshop | Photograph by Nic Lehoux.
RELEASE
Additional images of architecture from the Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Artstor and the Renzo Piano Building Workshop are now sharing more than 120 additional images of works of architecture designed by Piano and the Workshop in the Digital Library.

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Joseph Peller, Night Owls. © Joseph Peller
RELEASE
Images from artist Joseph Peller
Artstor and artist Joseph Peller have released more than 30 images of his artworks in the Digital Library.

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WEBINAR
Unique Use Cases: Learn how Shared Shelf is being used by subscribers
Discover the creative ways your colleagues are using Shared Shelf.

May 26, 10:00 AM EDT

SUMMARY
This month: Manet tamed in America, the first department store, Artstor's Game of Thrones, IMLS grant for DPLA Museum Hub, invitation to join our advisory group, new images from Renzo Piano, Wangechi Mutu, James Dee, Joseph Peller, and Thomas McGovern, Shared Shelf Commons, free webinars.

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WEBINAR
Check out the all-new webinars for the Artstor Digital Library! In addition to training, we are now also highlighting collections and sharing use cases.

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WEBINAR
Better Ways to Share Images: Using Artstor for Peer Collaboration
This training will show you how to use tools like using folders, sharing links to your groups and images, and creating fantastic presentations can help promote collaboration and sharing.

May 5th, 3:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Introduction to Shared Shelf: Features and Functionality
Learn all the features and benefits of Shared Shelf.

May 5, 11:00 AM ET
May 13, 12:00 PM ET
May 21, 1:00 PM
May 29, 12:00 PM


WEBINAR
Learning the Basics of Searching and Discovering Content
Discover the ins and outs of keyword search, browsing by media, collection, or geography, advanced search, filtered results, and more.

May 8th, 1:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Easily migrate your Shared Shelf collections with Excel
Learn how Shared Shelf operates with Excel, offering easy ways to import, export, catalog, and migrate collections.

May 8, 3:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
More Than Just Art: Psychology
Discover how the images in the Artstor Digital Library can be used in teaching Psychology.

May 13th, 12:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Get Organized! Making Sense of Folders and Image Groups
This session will help you refine your use of the library by utilizing saved searches, creating image groups and folders with differing access levels, and how to share this content through downloads and exports.

May 15th, 2:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Artstor for Studio Art
Learn how Artstor supports teaching the principles and elements of design, media, technique, and art history.

May 19, 4:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Artstor for K-12 Schools
Get a general overview of Artstor in the K-12 classroom and discover how it can foster visual literacy and help you to meet AP® and Common Core expectations.

May 19, 2:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Managing user roles with customized permissions
Learn how to assign roles to users and how to customize their access to Shared Shelf.

May 20, 2:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
The Do's and Don'ts of Image Copyright and Image Use
This webinar will outline safe ways to use images from the Digital Library, introduce subscribers to our legal framework, and describe non-permitted uses. We will also look at our Images for Academic Publishing program and other open-access initiatives.

May 20th, 3:00 PM ET



Captions: a) Éduard Manet, The Execution of Maximilian, ca. 1867-8. Photograph: ©The National Gallery, London; b) Reginald Marsh, Women window shopping, ca. 1940. © 2012 Estate of Reginald Marsh/Art Students League, New York/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; c) Cosimo Tura, A Muse (Calliope?), probably 1455-60. Photograph: ©The National Gallery, London; d) Wangechi Mutu, Yo Mama, 2003. Courtesy of the artist and Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects; e) Diego Rivera, Cruzando La Barranca/Crossing the Barranca, 1929-1930; Photo: Bob Schalkwijk © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), INBA; f) Thomas McGovern, Untitled, 1992. © Thomas McGovern; g) Renzo Piano Building Workshop, The Art Institute of Chicago: The Modern Wing, 1999-2009. Image provided by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, © Rpbw, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Photograph by Nic Lehoux.; h) Joseph Peller, Night Owls. © Joseph Peller.

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