Excellent arts information resource site. Provides arts policy and advocacy information, and arts research summaries and links.
Search artcyclopedia by artist name, artworks by title, movement, medium, subject matter, or nationality, or by art museums. Provides comprehensive information about art movements.
Art resource offered by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
California Art Project to help deepen teacher knowledge and develop instructional strategies.
Offers resources for kids and families.
Provides myriad of information on Dance for kids and educators.
Arts resources at the Getty Museum include school visit information, professional development opportunities for teachers, lessons and curricula for K-12 teachers, an area just for kids, and an online listserv for teachers and educators. Background information and images from current collections are available.
Center offers an extensive list of LA’s cultural centers and theatres. A schedule of free cultural events throughout LA are included in the downloadable Festival Guide.
Teacher resources at this site include The Library of Congress Presents: Music, Theatre and Dance, a collection of scores, sheet music, audio, and films; and Lyrical Legacy, an in-depth look at unique song and poetry documents from the Library’s digital collections.
Comprehensive arts lesson and activity resource from Princeton Online. Most lessons include essential question(s), generalizations, resource information, vocabulary, materials needed, assessment and instructional strategies, curriculum connections, step by step procedures and images of finished student work. Offers a wide range of styles and artists from around the world.
Comprehensive resource of information on various types of dance, drama, and music, specific works, and performers.
Offers resources for piano teachers.
This site claims to be the most “thorough and comprehensive Van Gogh resource on the web.” Images, biographical information, and analysis of work are provided.
This virtual museum includes a database of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic Renaissance and Baroque Periods. Includes pictures, biographies of artists, and over thousands of reproductions.
Engaging interactive site integrating the works of Ansel Adams with the history of California.
The online Smithsonian resource library includes heritage teaching resources that cover Black History, Women’s History, Asian Pacific Americans, Hispanic Heritage, and American Indian Heritage. Classroom resources also include biographical sketches, exhibitions, readings, and activities.
This includes current state and local initiatives, teaching resources across the curriculum from 35 federal agencies, over 40,000 lesson ideas and instructional materials, and hundreds of websites. Includes links to free teacher resources and materials.