A collection of images from UWG's Visual Resources Center in support of Department of Art curricula, with examples of artwork from the prehistoric to the present. Highlights include modern and contemporary art, photography, Western and non-Western art, drawing, and sculpture and installation. MDID features slideshow and flashcard applications for collecting and presenting images. Images are also available to download for educational use as JPEGs, PDF compilations, and PowerPoint slideshows. Accessible to all UWG students and faculty through MyUWG login credentials.
The AIGA archives and special collections serve to identify, preserve, and make collections of enduring value available to the public. With more than 20,000 selections dating back to 1924, the AIGA Design Archives is a vital record of all disciplines of communication design.
Jim Alexander's Photographs of the Neighborhood Arts Center from the Auburn Avenue Research Library. Fifty-five documentary photographs of the Neighborhood Arts Center (1975-1989) that capture significant African American- centered cultural and community events in and around the Atlanta-based organization, a brainchild of the late mayor Maynard Jackson.
Nearly 18,000 photographs from the Georgia Archives documenting over 100 years of the state's history. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, family and business life, street scenes and architecture, agriculture, school and civic activities, important individuals and events in Georgia history, and landscapes.