New images are added on an ongoing basis to the UTSOA Flickr Photostream documenting events, exhibitions, colloquia, critiques and other related School of Architecture activities. Check back regularly to keep up with all of the latest School of Architecture happenings.
Online Image Collection
The VRC Online Image Collection can be accessed by University of Texas students, faculty and staff. Search over 140,000 images utilizing traditional search prompts (Subject, Description, Architect, City, etc).
Artstor is a licensed resource containing over 1.5 million images related to architecture, art, the humanities and social sciences. Note that Artstor also provides a set of tools to view, present, and manage images for research and pedagogical purposes. NB: You may access Artstor remotely when you are off campus by clicking on the link above. Or, once you have registered for an Artstor account, you can log in from www.artstor.org using your e-mail address and password. For more information about registering for an account please visit the Register for an Artstor account help page. For additional information visit the Access the Artstor Digital Library help page or contact email@example.com for assistance.
We'd also like to invite you to join and contribute to our growing Flickr community, where you can search, browse, download, upload, tag and share your original images! Questions? Stop by the VRC (Sutton 3.128) or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are glad to help you start sharing.
UTSOA Flickr Photostream
The UTSOA Flickr Photostream contains images documenting events, exhibits, colloquia, and critiques, and is regularly updated by the VRC staff.
UTSOA Flickr Group Pool
The UTSOA Flickr Group Pool contains all of the content located in the UTSOA Flickr Photostream as well as images contributed by UTSOA faculty, students, and staff. These images document project work, outside architecture, and travel.
Instagram utilized specifically to promote the photographs taken by students and faculty and donated to the VRC. Instagram also markets The VRC's current exhibitions and events, and pushes these postings to Facebook.