Dig deeper with staff-curated collection highlights that focus on a variety of themes and subjects.
The Archives of American Art is pleased to make this new resource available for download.
With contributions by Rayna Andrews, Thomas Edwards, Erin Gilbert, Erin Kinhart, Liza Kirwin, Mary Savig, and Emily Shapiro this comprehensive guide provides collection descriptions about these significant resources for the study of African American art.
Listen to podcasts of oral history interviews produced by the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art.
The Archives of American Art collects primary source materials—original letters, writings, preliminary sketches, scrapbooks, photographs, financial records and the like—that have significant research value for the study of art in America.
Find out how to give your papers, records, recordings, or other primary source material to the Archives of American Art.
Original material can be consulted by appointment in our Washington, D.C. Headquarters.
Select holdings are available on microfilm at the Archives' offices in Washington, D.C. and at our New York Office.
Copies of unrestricted microfilm materials can be obtained through one of our affiliated research centers.
Internship, fellowship, and volunteer opportunities provide students and lifelong learners with the ability to contribute to the study and preservation of visual arts records in America.