The Oregon College of Art and Craft has contributed more than 200 images of richly diverse works by faculty members to the Artstor Digital Library. The selection, which dates from 1986 – 2011, includes ceramics, fiber arts, works on paper, paintings, sculpture, installations, photographs and video.

The college was founded in Portland in 1907 by Julia Hoffman as The Arts and Crafts Society. With a community of faculty, artists-in-residence and students, the college awarded BFA and MFA degrees in craft. The school closed in 2019 after more than 110 fruitful years of creative mentorship with the fostering and teaching of craft as its mission.