Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Describes material or content created in electronic form and saved as digital data, having had no initial or interstitial state as an analog or physical product. Usually used to refer to electronically produced drafts of text, correspondence or visual works such as photographs created with digital cameras. This material may be written or saved on personal computers, floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, hard drives, or any mode of digital storage media.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
School of Architecture, Yale University, Exhibit materials from "Architecture or Revolution: Charles Moore and Architecture at Yale in the 1960s"
Call Number: RU 906
Overview: The materials consist of vintage posters, photographs, slides, and drawings used in the Yale School of Architecture's 2001 exhibit on Charles Moore.
Call Number: RU 880
Overview: The materials consist of audio and video recordings of lectures and presentations at the Yale School of Architecture (formerly the School of Art and Architecture).
Call Number: RU 925
Overview: The memorabilia consists of printed material, photographs, a videotape, a film, a painting, essays and proposals, a Sketchbook and slides, and a Yale 2002 Building Project T-shirt documenting the Yale School of Architecture, its faculty and alumni. Includes non-Yale memorabilia.
Dates: Circa 1913-2010
Call Number: RU 934
Overview: The materials consist of group photographs of classes and pictures of classroom scenes.
Dates: circa 1980-2008
Call Number: RU 886
Overview: The records consist of posters, programs, brochures, videorecordings, and photographic images (print and digital) documenting events and exhibits sponsored by the Yale School of Architecture.
Call Number: RU 1018
Overview: The records consist of digital images, text, and video and audio recordings used in the publication of Retrospecta.
Call Number: RU 259
Overview: The materials consist of research papers, theses, and projects by students in art, art history, and architecture programs at Yale.