The Artstor Travel Awards


Francesco Pesellino | King Melchior Sailing to the Holy Land, ca. 1445-1450 | Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute | Image and data was provided by Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute The Artstor Travel Awards were presented from 2010 to 2013 to five contestants each year for their essays and image groups demonstrating how they use the Artstor Digital Library in teaching, research, or scholarship. Each winner was awarded $1,500 to help support travel-related educational and scholarly activities. These submissions helped us better understand the uses that scholars and teachers are making of the Artstor Digital Library's content and tools and provided insight into how we can better serve the educational community.

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Travel Award Winners 2013


Peyvand Firouzeh
University of Cambridge
Shushtar: A Town to Tame Water

Lisa Hartley
Columbus College of Art Design
Wrapped Up in Lace: Chantilly

Anne C. Leader
Savannah College of Art and & Design
Florence: City of the Living, City of the Dead

Marlene Nakagawa
University of Oregon
Alexandria: The City

Amber N. Wiley
Tulane University
Washington's Secret City: Cultural Capita



The winning essays and accompanying images will be posted on the ARTstor blog in the near future.

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Travel Award Winners 2012


Susan Dodge-Peters Daiss
Memorial Art Gallery of University of Rochester
Art at the Bedside: Exploring the Healing Potential of the Visual Arts

Dr. Martha Hollander
Hofstra University
Vermeer's Robe: The Dutch and Japan, 1600-1800

Katherine Murrell
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
REPRESENT: Women Artists in the Western Tradition

Amelia Nelson
Kansas City Art Institute
Silkworms in the Library

Margaret Teillon
Wachovia Education Resource Center, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Enhancing Children's Literature with ARTstor Images



The winning essays and accompanying images will be posted on the ARTstor blog in the near future.

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Travel Award Winners 2011


Colette Apelian
Fine Art faculty, Berkeley City College
Online Teaching and Architectural Solutions to Climate Problems in the Islamic World

Keri Cronin
Department of Visual Arts faculty, Brock University
Picturing Animals

Jacquelyn DeLombard
Beginnings Pre-School owner/teacher, Philadelphia Museum of Art Teacher Resource Center volunteer
Teaching Shapes, Colors and Size to Young Children

Julia Reinhard Lupton
Professor of English and Comparative Literature, The University of California, Irvine
A Shakespeare Gallery

Elizabeth Perkins
Columbia University graduate student
ARTstor: Making the Case for 'Real' Paintings in the Classroom



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Travel Award 2010 Winners


Sara Nair James
Professor of Art History, Mary Baldwin College
A course with no book? ARTstor to the rescue!

Lois Kuyper-Rushing
Associate Librarian and Head, Carter Music Resources Center,
Louisiana State University Libraries
Music Iconography and ARTstor

Katherine E. Manthorne
Professor of Art of the United States, Latin America, and Their Cross-Currents, 1750-1950, Art History Program, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York
Sweet Fortunes: Sugar, Race, Art and Patronage in the Americas, 1750-1950

Kristina Richardson
Assistant Professor of Islamic History, Queens College, The City University of New York
Imagining Disability through Christian and Muslim Bodies

Steven Wills
Coordinator, Wachovia Education Resource Center, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Proportion and Perspective




Image credits

Francesco Pesellino | King Melchior Sailing to the Holy Land, ca. 1445-1450 | Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute | Image and data was provided by Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

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