Explore the street art archive by clicking the image!
Punk flyers from the 1980s, courtesy of Cornell! Explore all 2, 091 by clicking the pic.
Click the image to see Edwardian fashion plates from the 1910s!
Click the image to explore JSTOR Daily’s syllabus on institutionalized racism.
It’s finally spooky season! Satisfy your curiosity with more than 100,000 open access images from The Wellcome Collection, which is characterized as “life, death and everything in between.” Link in bio! #openaccess #october #art
See historical Rhode Island architecture by clicking the image!
Learn more about artist Reginald Marsh by clicking the image!
Click the image to learn more about ONE, the first openly gay right organization in the US.
Explore 1,400 records from the 1970s and 1980s by clicking the pic!
Click the image to see British playbills from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Click the image to explore the RISD collection of posters – all open access!
Click to see the syllabus on Institutional Racism.
It’s Asian-Pacific heritage Month! Learn more by clicking the link.
Download Artstor backgrounds for your next video call! Click the pic!
Explore papers and photos from astronaut Richard H. Truly for free on Artstor! Click the pic.
Make your next video call background a work of art with images from Open Artstor. Click the pic to see them all!
Beautify your next video call with famous art backgrounds from Artstor. Click the pic to see the collection.
Meet Tama, a dog Renoir liked to paint. Learn more about dogs in 19th c. art by clicking the pic!
Andy Warhol loved taking pictures of dogs too. Click the doggo to learn more.
Truman Capote was a famous author – and had some very famous friends. Click the pic to learn more.
Explore an open collection of mushroom drawings on Artstor! Click the pic.
To read Johnny Cash’s last interview in 2003 with MTV, click the pic.
Kurt Cobain would have been 53 on February 20. To learn more about his legacy, click the pi.
Thomas Edison was a really good marketer. Like, really good.
Martin Luther #swole. Click the pic for more info!
Colby College Winter Queen and escorts, 1938. Explore the collection by clicking the link!
Puffins are rather smart! Learn more by clicking the pic.
Rosa Parks, courtesy of Tuskegee University Archives. Explore the collection by clicking the pic.
Learn more about the flowers associated with queerness by clicking the pic!
Egyptian hieroglyphics manuscript. Click to learn more.
David Bowie, by Andy Warhol.
On December 11, 1936, Edward VIII abdicated the British throne. Click the image to learn more!
Click the image to learn more about Pacita Abad!
Learn more about Books of Hours from the Trinity College collection by clicking on the image.
Explore how early American imagined the ocean’s depths.
Explore the open images from the Folger Shakespeare Library!
The sinking of the Essex by a whale inspired Moby Dick but how accurate was Melville’s depiction of the crew?
Nearly 300 self-portraits by Joseph Stapleton – A unique offering from a second generation Abstract Expressionist. Click the pic to learn more!
How Linguists Are Using Urban Dictionary – click the pic to learn more!
What mysteries lurk in Jan Van Eyck’s Arnolfini portrait? Click to read more!
Need some inspiration for your Halloween party? Take some tips from the Roman emperor Domiitan who had… ideas.
Spooky, scary, scandalous… why do we love to be scared? Click for more!
It’s Ada Lovelace Day! She was a pioneer in the STEM field and every second Tuesday in October is dedicated to her.
Who? Who? Who …. are you, you super cute young barred owl? Enjoy this hand-tinted glass plate photograph from 1902 – along with 800 others – as part of a free collection on behalf of Trinity College. Link in bio! #owl #naturephotography
Remembering Toni Morrison today with the transcript of her 1993 Nobel lecture, after she was the first black woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Co-living was the hot new trend of 1898. Let’s all move in together.
The idea that Napoleon needed portraiture to communicate his brand while refusing to sit for said portraits is very… on brand. Learn more about his mercurial nature at the link in our bio!
Edgar Degas was born today in 1834! Did you know that many of his sculptures weren’t found until after his death? Learn more at the link in our bio.
Climate change is one of the most debated topics today. We have a LibGuide that surfaces trustworthy content and tools to help inform and articulate your thoughts on the topic.
The summer solstice is on Friday – and summer is for stargazers. How have artists depicted the skies?
Can you teach game theory using stories from classical Greek mythology?
Tomorrow is Slow Art Day, where everyone is encouraged to look at a piece of art for 5 to 10 minutes and see how your perception and feelings toward it change by looking slowly. What will you look at?