Visual Resources Center
The VRC: Experiencing historic collections through 3D
The VRC: Support and innovation from dedicated image professionals
The VRC: Make yourself at home
The VRC: Take a closer look at our historic collections
The VRC: The perfect place to study
The VRC: Tutorials, Skype, and more in our private conference room
The VRC: Interact with our special collections
The VRC: Large screens = Stunning images
The VRC: Collaboration made easy
The VRC: Host to your next study group or meeting
The VRC Post
The Visual Resources Center has three collaborative spaces available for reservation as well as a lounge area and two round tables with seating. To reserve the collaborative spaces in advance or to inquire about last minute availability, please contact Chuck...
The VRC recently digitized and cataloged 124 historic study prints of Islamic architecture and sites in preparation for a digital teaching project in Professor Holly Edwards course ARTH 222 Photography in/of the Middle East. High-quality scans of the prints have been...
This past summer, we gave our copy of Josef Albers’s Interaction of Color some TLC. Our copy of Albers’s book is regularly used by students of Mike Glier in studio art here at Williams. Alber’s Interaction of Color consists of three parts:...