Visual Resources Center

VRC Resources

CoTA DID Digital Image Database

VIDEO/DVD/CD Catalog (includes MFA Thesis)

Book Catalog

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VRC Location and Contacts

FAH 236 (just down the hall from the Art Office)

Hours: 8:30 – 5:00 Monday thru Friday

Rodney Mayton - Visual Resources Curator / 974-9344

Mike Puckett - Visual Resources Cataloger

Selected Articles in Support of School of Art and Art History Events:

The ‘Translucent (Not: Transparent)’ Gesamtglaswerk by Jenny Anger

Lecture Image

One of our own in the June issue of ARTnews!

Facing the Blank Canvas: Terror. Doubt. Anxiety. Artists offer their tricks and tips for getting beyond the roadblocks and starting new work.
By Ann Landi
(ARTnews, June 2014, pp. 72-77)

VRC Information

The Visual Resources Center primarily supports the teaching and research interests of the faculty and students within the CoTA School of Art & Art History, but the VRC facilities and collection are available for use by all USF faculty, students, and staff.

The DID, or Digital Image Database, now contains over 16,000 images. Faculty and teaching assistants can access the database online to create "slideshows" for presentation in class, and students with a valid USF NetID can login to study images.

Five open access computers and four flatbed/film scanners are available for use. An orientation to the facility is required before use.

The Looping Movies Film Series runs in the VRC from 9–5 every day, with a new art documentary film each day of the week. Check our Facebook page for the currently running film. Every film is available for checkout.