TeacherArtExchange http://www.getty.edu/education/teacherartexchange/ TeacherArtExchange
Join TeacherArtExchange, an online community of teachers and learners that discusses issues related to art education through e-mail. Share lesson ideas, teacher resources, and network with colleagues from across the United States—even around the world.
Your e-mails will be archived so that you can benefit from insights and ideas shared in past discussions.
TeacherArtExchange is an unmoderated listserv. Anyone can access the archive, not just subscribers. Please write only about topics that you want published on the Internet.
J. Paul Getty Museum http://www.getty.edu/museum/ J. Paul Getty Museum
The mission of the J. Paul Getty Museum is to delight, inspire, and educate a diverse public through the collection, preservation, exhibition and interpretation of works of art of the highest quality
Carnegie Museum of Art https://cmoa.org/ Carnegie Museum of Art
Lots & lots ..... architecture / decorative arts / film & video / paintings / sculpture / works on paper / .... often including a short history of the artist.
30+ Places To Promote Your Art https://mashable.com/2007/09/19/artists-toolbox/ Artist's Toolbox: 30+ Places To Promote Your Art
The social web is benefiting all kinds of creative people, including artists. There are now hundreds of places to share your work, get feedback and make money from selling it.
Art & Artists Atget Photography Directory http://www.atgetphotography.com/ Art & Artists Atget Photography Directory
Fine art and photography directory links to museums, galleries, photographers, digital artists, music, 3D and other modern, historical, cultural arts resources.Includes a submit links and site information.
Tatsuya Sato Photography http://www.gallerytokyo.com/ A black and white photography portfolio of a fine art gallery with people, family, nature, animals, culture, agriculture, architecture, landscapes, cities(Tokyo, Rome, NewYork etc, ), and environments shot on the road in various countries around the world.
Such as Japan, China, Tibet, Indonesia, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Iran, Greece, Italy, United States, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Argentina, Ecuador, Bolivia
Lesson Plans from Dick Blick https://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans/ Lesson Plans from Dick Blick Art Suppliers
Bugs | Castles | Checker Board | Corrugated Cardboard Pictures | Crayon Rubbings | Graphs Use Art and Math | Creative Papermaking | Paper making | Handmade Books | Minimal Animals | Monoprinting with Watercolor Markers | Paper Weaving | Positive and Negative Space | Repetitive Patterns | Stencil City | Texture Critters | Torn Paper Pictures | Watercolor Self-Portraits |
Introducing Impressionism - Lesson Plan http://www.pics4learning.com/lessonplan_details.php?id=h15 Introducing Impressionism
Objective - Students will learn about impressionism and artists like Monet and Renoir that defined the impressionism art movement.
They will then use the artistic effects in ImageBlender, or another image editor, to emulate what an impressionistic picture might look like.
The Children's Art Archive - display your work online http://www.papaink.org/ PapaInk, the Children's Art Archive, is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to the art of youth.
Our activities encompass the exhibition of works by young artists, the archiving of historically significant children's art collections and the building of communities that support children's creative endeavors.
Through open archival access, PapaInk seeks to grow the audience for children's art and reinject the creative spirit of young people into human experience.
PapaInk welcomes art submissions from young artists, educators, children's art collectors, artists, parents and organizations with children's art holdings. We provide no-cost archival services, including free digitization of artwork, to all archival contributors.
PapaInk is committed to the intellectual property rights of young artists. We believe establishing and affirming such rights is an essential part of raising the aesthetic, cultural and historical value of young people's art.
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AccessArt https://www.accessart.org.uk/ AccessArt is a valuable meeting place for teachers, gallery educators and artists to exchange ideas as well as a fun, creative and dynamic learning tool for pupils across all the key stages, and for home-users. From this site, you can access:
A series of visually exciting and innovative 'online workshops', specially created by AccessArt. The online workshops will condense and articulate events, ideas or workshops that take place in museum and gallery education programmes or schools. The workshops will be aimed at various ages, and the selection of workshops will grow as the site expands.
Teachers Notes and Printable Resource Material. Each online workshop will be accompanied by explanatory notes for the educators and printable resource material which can be used directly by the workshop participant.
Web sites of particular providers/recipients of the workshops featured.
External links to related and complementary sites.