Welcome to the Visual Resources Facility (also known as the VRF).
The VRF is here to help instructors and students find, create and
display images. We offer image, video and reference collections,
a computer lab and a nice, quiet place to read and work. Our
primary mission is to support teaching and research for the
Department of Art & Art History but we maintain a policy of open
access to the collection by any current member of the faculty,
staff and student body here at UC Davis.
Leah Theis, Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Zdybel, Assistant Librarian, email@example.com
NOTE: Because staff are working remotely, we recommend that you
contact staff via email.
Spring Quarter Hours and Location:
163/165 Everson is closed in accordance with the
shelter-in-place order now underway and the resulting suspension
of on-campus operations.
Staff are attempting to maintain normal work hours. Please
contact staff by email.
Are you looking for high quality images for publication? Can’t
find that perfect image for your Powerpoint presentation? Not
sure what images are in the public domain? We can help you get to
the bottom of these problems.
If you can’t find the image you are looking for, no problem –
you can create it. The VRF has flatbed scanners and a 35 mm film
scanner (VRF staff use only). We are happy to help students and
faculty produce images for research or instructional use. Just
complete our scanning request form and bring it by 163 Everson
with the book or item to be scanned.
If you prefer to do it yourself, come over and use our scanners.
We are happy to show you how to use our scanners and can
provide advice on best practices for making, archiving and
publishing your images.