What is ARTstor?
ARTstor is a digital library of over 1 million images and media files covering the arts, architecture, humanities, social sciences and sciences with tools for teaching, research and study. See ARTstor’s complete list of available collections.
Publishing with ARTstor Images
Images for Academic Publishing (IAP)
The IAP program was established to help address the challenges of scholarly publishing in the digital age by providing free images for academic publications through an automated Web-based service.
Scholars at subscribing ARTstor institutions can access these images through the ARTstor Digital Library. To find IAP images, simply add "IAP" to your search criteria. An icon reading "IAP" is located directly beneath the thumbnail image in your search results. Scholars working on specific publication projects who are unaffiliated with an ARTstor subscribing institution may request free IAP access by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access ARTstor at UNC
You can browse ARTstor collections using a public computer on UNC campus.
In order to download or save content, you will need to register for an ARTstor user account. Access to your account will remain active off-campus so long as you sign-in to ARTstor on campus or through the UNC Library website within 120 days. Everytime you sign-in on campus or through the library's website your account is reset for another 120 days.