Check out Archivist/Librarian Mike Klawitter’s Display display – Display Magazine, that is! Published by GRCC since 1964, Display Magazine, a magazine of the arts, features contributions by GRCC students in literature and the visual arts. Display is available in GRCC’s Digital Archive, which Mike curates; you’ll want to take a look online!
The Artstor image database has multiple uses for GRCC art students and faculty – but it’s also a great resource for everyone! View and reuse astoundingly beautiful high-quality images depicting a multitude of topics. Artstor images come from the “world’s leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists and are searchable in one easily-navigated repository.” New images are added monthly; all images are rights-cleared for educational use.
For other art resources, see the Visual Arts Subject Guide. For other image resources, see the Multimedia & Image Subject Guide.
Chris LaPorte, past ArtPrize winner, designed the 2018 poster.
Festival of the Arts is a FREE three-day community event that features several stages of performances, a juried Regional Arts Exhibition, and dozens of food booths run by non-profit organizations. Plus, creative activities for children and adults to enjoy making their own art as well as purchasing art from West Michigan artists. Every purchase at Festival from food to art to t-shirts and posters gives back to the West Michigan community. You’re sure to see your classmates, professors, and their families!
- June 1-2-3, 2018
- Friday Noon – 10 p.m.
- Saturday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
- Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Stop by to check out the display of new photography books on the Library & Learning Commons 1st floor. Steven Putt, the Visual Arts liaison librarian curated this display; take a look at the Visual Arts Subject Guide, too!
Artstor has released more than 93,000 new images from four of New York’s leading cultural institutions. This eclectic release ranges across the history and built environment of New York City itself to art and artifacts from the Renaissance through the present day. Included are images from the New York Historical Society, the Museum of the City of New York, the Morgan Library & Museum, and, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Take a look!
For additional images resources, see the Multimedia & Image Resources Subject Guide. For additional arts resources, see the Visual Arts Subject Guide.