Collection Catalogues
The British Artists' Film and Video Study Collection is dedicated to documenting the achievements of British moving-image artists. It contains over 4000 video copies of artists' works, approximately 5000 still images, files on 450 artists, a library of over 1000 books and magazines, a collection of historical posters and publicity materials, and documentation relating to key artist-led organisations, public funding bodies, etc. The on-line catalogues list the majority (but not all) of its holdings, as the collection continues to grow. (Volunteer cataloguers are always welcome). We are in the process of expanding our coverage to include artists and organisations from Europe and the rest of the world.

Research access is by appointment:
Telephone 020 7514 8159 or email info@studycollection.org.uk


The following catalogues contain details of the collection holdings:

Artists' Moving Image Collection
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Artists' Still Image Collection
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Artists' Paper Documents Collection
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From the above links you can view the contents of individual collections.

Programme Schedules
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A searchable catalogue of our collection of programme schedules and notes for London Filmmakers Co-op and London Video Arts/London Electronic Arts/LUX screening events between 1966 and 1999 [cataloguing in progress].

Publications
The catalogue of publications, magazines, artists' monographs (which includes any publication containing substantial writings on or about individual artists and their work) and titles from key publishers.

Organisations and Events
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Links to information about material held in the Study Collection relating to particular artists' film and video organisations and events.

The Study Collection also holds a large collection of ephemera such as flyers for group shows, press clippings and miscellaneous publications; these are uncatalogued and filed chronologically. Posters will be catalogued online in the near future. There is also a growing collection of material relating to European artists' work.

Special thanks to Guerin McMurray for converting the databases for web accessibility.