1–1,000 users $500
1–5,000 users $850
1–10,000 users $1250
unlimited users $7500
Pricing is based on the number
of accounts your school or
district needs. Users include
both students and teachers
assigned to the subscription.
Bring fine art images into your classroom with the all-new Davis Digital Art Images subscription!
Purchase instant access to more than 30,000 brilliant,
high-quality digital fine art images! With our new affordable
subscriptions, you can customize your fine art library with
personalized tags and much more!
Easily locate high-quality images from museums across the
country for your lessons, including a variety of art forms, time
periods from ancient works to the art of today, and cultures
from around the world. Tag images, create instant slide shows,
and easily compare and contrast any two images.
Davis Digital Art Images Features:
Davis Digital Art Images is accessible through Davis Digital at
DavisArtSpace.com. Take a free test drive of the platform at DavisArtSpace.com/TestDrive.
Once you choose the images you need, use them in your classroom directly from Davis Digital. It all starts with image tagging.
Add your own keywords, such as a specific class or lesson, art concept, or textbook to easily find your images whenever you
need them. Access your tagged images right from the images homepage at any time.
Use your tagged images to create instant online slide shows.
Customize your slide shows by arranging the images in the order
you want. Show the presentation to the entire class as part of a
lesson, or encourage students to view it on their own. Great for
viewing with tablets!
Compare & Contrast
You and your students can Compare and Contrast any two
images side by side. Great for in-depth analysis! Any student
with a Davis Digital account can compare and contrast any two
images they want to observe more closely. Perfect for writing
prompts and common core strategies.
Your students can explore the complete art library of more than
30,000 images. Each subscription includes student accounts. You
can either have students browse the entire collection by artist,
medium, style, culture, or art form for independent and small
group research, or you can specify a particular group of images
you have tagged that you want your students to explore.