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What can you do in ARTstor?

  • Keyword search
  • Advanced search
  • Browse by collection (image repository), classification (media), or geographic location
  • Sort search results by date, creator, or title
  • View images and image data
  • Zoom in on and pan images
  • Print and save images and related data to other hardware (e.g. CD, memory stick, hard drive)
  • Organize images into groups
  • Upload and manage personal images and sound files in ARTstor
  • Save and share images, image details, and image groups
  • Batch download images (up to 100 at one time)
  • Download images to PowerPoint, KeyNote, and ARTstor's Offline Image Viewer (OIV)
  • Export citations for images or image groups into EndNote, ProCite, RefWorks, Reference Manager, or a text file

ARTstor can be accessed on-campus through the UCLA Wireless Network and through on-campus computers. Off-campus use can be accessed by setting up proxy access.

Tip: Note that in order to download images or save images to folders, you must first register with ARTstor and log in to your account. All you need to register is an email account.

ARTstor Terms and Conditions

When you are using ARTstor, you are subject to the Terms and Conditions of Use, which ask you to limit your use of ARTstor images to non-commercial, educational, and scholarly activities.

For example, you may download a copy of an ARTstor image to illustrate a research paper or include in a classroom presentation.

You may not post an ARTstor image on an unrestricted web site that is not password-protected or access-restricted. For further guidance on the Permitted and Prohibited Uses of ARTstor images, please see their page on Terms and Conditions of Use.

Some images include the "IAP" note below the image. These images have additional permissions for academic publications. Read about the IAP initiative for further information.

Images in Shared Shelf Commons are made publicly accessible free of charge, however, content may be protected by copyright or other restrictions.