Find out about hours, policies, and services for each of our research center locations.
Research & Reference Services
Help Finding Resources
Have a research question? Need help using the Archives? Review our frequently asked questions. If you can't find your answer, then ask us!
Help Using our Collections
The Archives of American Art has discontinued interlibrary lending of microfilm. In place of ILL, researchers will be able to directly request digitization of microfilm reels through our Digitization on Demand service.
Help Growing and Preserving Collections
Review the Archives’ internal procedures and guidelines for processing, arranging, and maintaining archival collections.
Write for the Archives of American Art Journal
The Archives of American Art supports new approaches and out-of-the-box thinking about primary source materials.
Find out how to submit your article for publication consideration today.
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.
Visit a Research Center
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.