Searching for an artist's name in Bobcat and then filtering by "audio" or "video" can be an effective way to locate interviews and other resources available at NYU.
Terms listed in the search strategies section, particularly "artists interviews", can also be used to find audio and video resources in Bobcat. A search for records with subjects containing "artists" and "documentary films" may also be fruitful, as many documentaries about artists include interviews with or clips of the artist.
Many museums and universities (including NYU) host artist talks and interviews, which are recorded and later made freely available online. These talks may be related to exhibitions, or may center around a certain theme. Examples of such collections are listed below.
To find more collections of artist talks and interviews, try searching through the museum or school website of your choice. Video archives may be found under "Art and Artists", "Events", "Public Programming", or similarly named tabs.
The screenshot above shows clips of artist interviews available to watch on ICA Boston's website.
See the Institute of Fine Arts Library research guide to read more about upcoming events and related library resources.
The screenshot above shows the participants in part one of the Getty's video entitled Oral History on Photography: Herb Randall, Ming Smith, Dawoud Bey, Adger Cowans, Herb Robinson.