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Deakin University, Faculty of Management & Informit: Arts & Entertainment Management Database (AEM) is a bibliographic database that indexes articles from published and unpublished material on arts and entertainment management. Source documents include journals, books, reports and surveys. Over 30 journal titles are indexed including Artwork magazine, International arts manager, Journal of cultural economics, and Museum news. These journals are indexed selectively for relevant arts and entertainment information. Subject coverage includes the arts and entertainment environment, cultural planning, finance, funding, law, marketing, project/venue management, research, and technology related to the arts and entertainment industry.
An extensive collection of both imagery and scholarship, this gateway covers art history from the prehistoric to the 20th century. It also has links to research resources, art departments, museums and galleries.
H.W. Wilson: Art Index is a bibliographic database that indexes articles from periodicals published throughout the world. In addition to articles, this database indexes reproductions of works of art that appear in indexed periodicals. Subjects covered include: Advertising Art; Antiques; Archaeology; Architecture and Architectural History; Art History; Computers in Art; Crafts; Decorative Arts; Fashion Design; Folk Art; Graphic Arts; Industrial Design; Interior Design; Landscape Architecture; Motion Pictures; Museology; Non-Western Art; Painting; Photography; Pottery; Sculpture; Television; Textiles; and Video. Also available from 1929 in print at Sq 700.16 ART
College of Fine Arts Library, University of New South Wales: An online index to almost 100 Australian art journals held in the College of Fine Arts Library, University of New South Wales.
Australasian Victorian Studies Association: Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies is a fully refereed journal of Victorian Studies published by the Australasian Victorian Studies Association, with articles ranging on topics as diverse as archeology, architecture,art, economics, history, landscape gardening, literature, medicine, philosophy, print culture, psychology, science, sociology, spiritualism, town planning and theatre appearing in its pages. There are two issues a year.
The Australia Council: The Australia Council is the Australian Government's funding and advisory body. Through a range of grants, it directly supports young, emerging and established artists, in the fields of: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, community cultural development, dance, literature, music, new media arts, theatre and visual arts/craft.
Australian Art Auction Records Pty Ltd: Australian Art Auction Records is a service that documents historical art auction results and makes them available via subscription. A print version of this database is available at N 338.4375994 CRA (1973/75+).
National Gallery of Australia Research Library: A listing of obituaries for Australian artists and art professionals based on information received in the National Gallery of Australia Research Library since 1990. Warning: This database contains the names of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people now deceased. It may also contain links to sites that may use images of Aboriginal and Islander people now deceased.
John Furphy Pty. Ltd.: The Australian Art Sales Digest Internet Version lists thousands of artists who have lived and/or worked in Australia or New Zealand. To locate the artist whose works you want to view, you can enter the beginning letters of the artist's last name, and optionally the beginning letters of the artist's first name. Please note that artists are listed under their given first names, not their commonly used first name. For example, Pro Hart is listed as Kevin Charles (Pro) Hart. To facilitate your search, we suggest you enter only the first four or five letters of the artist's last name, and leave the 'Artist first name' box blank.
ProQuest: Traces the development and growth of the periodical press in Britain from its origins in the seventeenth century through to the Victorian 'age of periodicals' and beyond. On completion this unique digital archive will consist of almost 500 periodical runs published from the 1680s to the 1930s, comprising six million keyword-searchable pages and forming an unrivalled record of more than two centuries of British history and culture. British Periodicals Collection I consists of more than 160 journals that comprise the UMI microfilm collection Early British Periodicals, the equivalent of 5,238 printed volumes containing approximately 3.1 million pages. Topics covered include literature, philosophy, history, science, the fine arts and the social sciences. British Periodicals Collection II consists of more than 300 journals from the UMI microfilm collections English Literary Periodicals and British Periodicals in the Creative Arts together with additional titles, amounting to almost 3 million pages. Topics covered include literature, music, art, drama, archaeology and architecture. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
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