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Government Resources for Art, Architecture, and Engineering: Home

A guide to government agencies and websites with connections to art, architecture, and engineering.

What does the Federal government publish on Art, Architecture, and Engineering?

Many agencies within the U.S. government deal with the topics of art, architecture, and engineering.  To see how the Federal government is structured and for a summary of what any particular agency does, you can look at the U.S. Government Manual.

You can find information about jobs (and salaries) in art, architecture, and engineering in the Occupational Outlook Handbook .

Government artwork from various agencies


U.S. Forest Service                                Department of Defense                   Farm Security Admin.               General Services Admin.


                                                   Library of Congress - Historic American Buildings Survey

Webinar on Government Images

This presentation from the 2022 Federal Depository Library Conference is a useful overview of where and how to find public domain images from government websites.

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