Collection of Art Websites

Since access to computers and online resources, other than in community access in schools and libraries and kiosks, are limited to the upper 30% income level in homes, it is a boon to welcome this site. Now, universal access to the arts in many forms will be available.

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Asian Arts

Another specialized art site is Asian Arts - exhibitions, articles and links for older students.  learn more

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Classroom Doodles for the Classroom

Welcome to Classroom Doodles!  This site is dedicated to all the wonderful, caring people out there that sacrifice their time and energy to help our children learn something new everyday.  Check out the different categories below to find some awesome coloring pages and printables to enjoy at school, home, summer camps and more! The Classroom…  learn more

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Global Children's Art Gallery

Global Children's Art Gallery showcases art from kids up to 12 years old from around the world, and welcomes new submissions.  learn more

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Great Buildings

For an introduction to architecture for high school students look at Great Buildings.  learn more

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GSN International CyberFair

Global Children's Art Gallery showcases art from kids up to 12 years old from around the world, and welcomes new submissions.  learn more

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International Sculpture Center

The International Sculpture Center provides an interesting introduction to sculpture.  learn more

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Leonardo at the Ufizi in Italy

Although Leonardo is commonly known as a "universal genius", the exhibitions dedicated to him have almost always focused on some specific area of his activity: art, anatomy, technology, studies on water, on flight, and so on. This example of an on-line museum type site allows you to see how truly remarkable Leonardo was.  learn more

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has digitized a large portion of their collections, including exhibits. You will certainly find illustrative examples of many topics here.  learn more

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National Gallery of Art - Lessons & Activities

Check out a repository of digital images from the collections of the National Gallery of Art. More than 45,000 open-access digital images spanning over 700 years of art are available free of charge for download and use. Any usage rights restrictions (usually there are none) are identified for each image. Select a grade level range…  learn more

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National Museum of Women Artists

The National Museum of Women Artists has placed some rare works of even well-known artists like Frida Kahlo online – an opportunity to inspire budding young women who cannot visit in the real world.  learn more

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Smithsonian American Art Museum: Educators

The National Museum of American Art within the Smithsonian libraries has mounted a wonderful exhibit on Latino art over several centuries. Discover how to integrate American art into your classroom. Local and national programs for teachers offer year-long professional development opportunities, while students learn about American history through American art with engaging and reflective interactive…  learn more