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The extraordinary content and tools across ProQuest / Alexander Street’s Arts databases span subjects such as theatre, music, film, design, architecture, dance and more. Comprehensive, multimedia digital content, including video, audio, scholarly journals, ebooks, primary sources and periodicals, enables scholars to study the Arts from anywhere, through the centuries and from around the world, providing unparalleled opportunities for research, teaching and learning.
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The Arts Collections (A-Z)
The American Film Institute Catalog is the premier resource for studying American motion pictures.
Connecting researchers with searchable archives of leading trade and consumer magazines, tracing the history of photography, design, fine and applied arts, and more.
A comprehensive survey of current publications in the fields of visual and applied arts.
Arts & Humanities Database complements the ProQuest Arts and Humanities portfolio, providing online access to 400 contemporary specialist art titles.
ProQuest's Arts Ebook Subscription offers a focused, aggregated subscription in the arts with anytime anywhere access.
Cross-searchable databases spanning the subject areas of art, design, architecture, humanities, film/screen studies, music, performing arts, and more.
A comprehensive listing of journal articles on architecture and design.
Design and Applied Arts Index (DAAI) is the leading source of abstracts and bibliographic records for articles, news items, and reviews published in design and appl
Primary sources for film, broadcasting, popular music and theatre, 1880-2000
This essential tool for film studies, created by the International Federation of Film Archives, indexes more than 300,000 articles from 300 of the world's foremost