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Art Education Sites

ArtSource--Check out this selective collection of links to high-caliber online art and architecture.
Art Institute of Chicago--Contains useful lesson plans for art teachers and students.
Art Teacher on the Net--Projects and activities (Arts & Crafts ideas and Art History) presented by a veteran art teacher.
ArtsEdge--Helps artists, teachers, and students gain access to and/or share information, resources, and ideas that support the arts as a core subject area in the K12 curriculum.
ArtsEdNet--An online service developed by the Getty Education Institute for the Arts, supporting the needs of the K-12 arts education community. Focuses on helping arts educators using the arts in their curriculum.
Eyes on Art--Make educational use of the wealth of Internet resources. providing educators with online activities and projects.
KinderArt--A comprehensive site providing information, lessons and much more for K-12 Art Education.
Origami USA--Dedicated to the sharing of paperfolding in America and around the world.
Art Museuem SitesSmithsonian American Art Museum--Browse an online collection of more that 4,000 art images, an online photography center and the Renwick Gallery of American crafts.
American Museum of Natural History--This site offers multimedia virtual tours with videos and 3-D images for various exhibits. 
Art Institute of Chicago--Visit one of the US's great museums. 
The Artchive--Provides links to some of the great exhibits in the US. 
--A collage of 650 interactive exhibits in the areas of science, art, and human perception, providing access to and information about, science, nature, art and technology. 
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco--The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco is all about art access, committed to making their entire collection available online. The largest searchable art imagebase in the world. 
The Louvre--This version of the Musee du Louvre, perhaps the most famous in the world, is free and open 24 hours a day. 
Metropolitian Museum of Art--Visit one of New York's great art museums. 
MuseumSpot--@ MuseumSpot, you can quickly and easily locate museums by city, state, country and name; find exhibit dates, virtual collections, offbeat attractions, industry resources and much more. 
Museum of Modern Art
--The museum's collection includes more than 100,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, etc. 
National Gallery of Art
--Offers a variety of online virtual tours on present and past exhibits.
Vatican Museum--Tour one of the world's most extensive collections of art. Specializing in Egyptian art. 
Web Gallery of Art
--A virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods (1150-1750), currently containing over 6,000 reproductions. Biographies, commentaries, guided tours are available.
Web Museum--Based in Paris and dedicated to bringing fine art to the Internet, Web Museum features an extensive image collection that includes 20th-century art; medieval works; and famous works from such respected artists as Cezanne, El Greco, Renoir, O'Keefe, Dali, and countless others.Music SitesJazz Online--"Make no mistake, jazz music is a tremendous force for peace and understanding between nations and people, and our world would be a far grimmer place without it." ... Sonny Rollins 
J.S. Bach--The definitive source for information on the live of the famous composer. 
K-12 Resources for Music Educators
--Contains valuable resources for music educators and students of all areas and educational levels. 
--Contains biographical information on composers as well as a music glossary.
Piano on the Net--Here is a free Internet piano tutorial with instruction available at three levels: Starter, Intermediate and Advanced.