Bring your artworks online with the Public Profile and website embeds
Image of art piece inventory details seen in the collectors' user interface of Artwork Archive.
Showcase your art collection, virtually, with the Public Profile
Amplify your impact and make your artworks accessible to the public.
  • People can view the works you make public, no matter where they are.
  • Share specific artworks and educational information.
  • Let people explore via the interactive map view.
  • Embed your artworks and exhibitions onto your website by copying and pasting only one line of code.
Create online exhibitions
Curate virtual exhibits from your Artwork Archive account.
  • Create online exhibitions, or curate a virtual presence to compliment your physical exhibition.
  • Promote your artists virtually even after the exhibit ends.
  • Produce a living archive of your exhibitions. Document past exhibits.
  • Let your artists submit artworks directly into your account, and thus to the exhibitions.
Engage with new audiences
Reach beyond the physical boundaries of your institution.
  • Amplify your online presence. Educate with QR codes. Announce programming and events with the News section.
  • Help people find your art with the Public Profile's Interactive Map. Add GPS coordinates so community members can access directions with Google Maps.  Great for public art programs that have art without formal addresses, like sculpture parks and murals.
  • Facilitate lending of your artwork with Private Rooms and inventory reports.
  • Connect with potential buyers. With the Public Profile, people can inquire directly about a particular piece or body of works.
Join a global art community
Use the Discovery platform to showcase your collection, find artwork, and connect with artists.
  • Search from thousands of artists.
  • Find artists in your local community.

"Utilizing Artwork Archive has made it possible to exponentially expand our outreach and has made it possible to present our Winter Park Paint Out event virtually during this challenging time"

- Debbie Komanski, CEO/Executive Director of the Polasek Museum.