Visual Resourcefulness at MassArt


Access Ceramics by caitlin
December 1, 2009, 5:39 pm
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On Top by Juliane Shibata

Here in the Visual Resources department, we have never been experts on contemporary ceramics. We do have images in MDID and the library has collected quite a few books with faculty help over the last few years, but the collections haven’t felt complete. Now along comes Access Ceramics from Lewis and Clark College. Designed as a teaching tool and an image resource, Access Ceramics, collects images from Flickr.com and presents them in a fabulous interface. The images are curated by faculty, to present only images of great quality. This tool is a great model for what maybe coming down the pike in all sorts of visual disciplines.  EXCITING!

Felix Oginsky by Gert Germeraad from the series Depicting criminals

http://accessceramics.org/

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