This site maintained by the California Arts Project
is geared for elementary to college level art educators. The site
provides links to art education associations, currciulum examples,
case studies, a teacher chat line, software and book reviews.
The subtitle of this site is "art through technology".
This site provides a wide range of lesson plans and case studies
for art teachers. Includes links to art advocacy groups and museum
Center For Education in the Arts
ARTSEDNET is geared for art teachers K-12. The site
contains sample lesson plans and curriculum ideas, images of contemporary
works of art, a chat line, articles on support for art education,
an art publication list, and links to arts programs, case studies
and museum sites.
AltaVista Photo and Media
Contains over 17 million images, audio clips and video files.
History Resources on the Web
Find resources on prehistoric art, medieval art, 20th century art
and other periods.
Art on the Web
Extensive links to art and photography resources.
Search for over 5000 artists represented on museum sites, image
archives and other online resources.
Visual Arts Dictionary
Provides definitions of art terms and topics as well as links to
related images. For instance, a search for "landscape" will result
in examples of related works of art.
York Central Art Supply
A local legend of a store that has served NYC artists for many years.
Many custom services, knowledgable staff, and the best selection
of paper in the city.
This is the home page for a major artists supply house located at
308 Canal Street in Manhattan, New York. The page contains a list
of store locations, lists and descriptions of art supplies and ordering
National chain with good prices, many student-grade materials, and
good prices on canvas and linen.
Carl Plansky's handmade oil paints.
& Art Movements
The Art Bank
Biographies and bibliographies for over 35,000 artists and about
1,000,000 images. Focus on art from the 10th to the 18th
Artists, works, art movements, all in one place.
This site includes daily updates on exhibition announcements, press
releases, images, and artists with links to museums, galleries,
Art Movements Directory
A very good start to study art history and movements. Excellent
Gallery listings, online exhibitions, books, artists, auctions,
articles. Magazine updated daily.
Extensive information about over 30,000 American artists. Also covers
Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Timeline of Art History
An interactive site of art history, from 20000 BC until today.
The English page of the Louvres in Paris. Extensive image bank.
Institute of Graphic Arts
The American Institute of Graphic Designers is an organization for
graphic designers, and design students. The site includes chapter
news, conference announcements, exhibitions, and design competition.
Artist League Of Brooklyn
This is the home page of this organization whose members include
social workers, artists, students, designers, and teachers. This
organization promotes fine arts in the Brooklyn area. The site includes
information about current and past exhibitions.
Arts Center (DAC)
space and artist resource that organizes the DUMBO arts festival
every October, with open studios, theatre, fashion, performances,
music, and more.
Association of Independent Artists
The NAIA purpose is to “enhance the economic well-being of people
who exhibit their work at high quality outdoor and indoor art and/or
fine craft shows, encourage creative expression and artistic excellence,
and expand public awareness, appreciation and acquisition of fine
art and fine craft.
(National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts)
This Web site is maintained by an organization for educators in
the area of ceramic arts. Information about student competitions,
events, exhibitions, and conferences is provided.
for Book Arts
Manhattan-based exhibition space and workshop for the book arts.
Maher Book Arts Links
This site provides links to book arts organizations, exhibitions,
and bookshops. It also includes topical essays on book art, illustrated
book projects, and tutorials.
Art Web Sites
This site is an all purpose clearinghouse for information on ceramics
for the student, collector and artist. The site contains book reviews,
tips on techniques, material sources, artist interviews and biographies,
links to educational institutions and associations, links to ceramic
fairs and exhibitions and a glossary of ceramic terms.
This site includes useful links to smaller ceramic related sites.
Over 80 ceramic artists are featured. Short lists of events, publications,
schools and museums.
Founded in 1989 and available on the Web since 1995, Artnet provides
information about artists, exhibits, auctions, etc.
With Artabus you can have access to virtual galleries displaying
fine arts, drawings, paintings, sculptures... Just walk around the
galleries, choose some paintings, zoom on them and get some info
Their site claims to be “one of the largest and most comprehensive
online collections.” On their pages you will find over 8,000 works
of art. “We are dedicated to bringing you quality information about
artists and their artwork from all around the world.”
Museum Image Consortium (AMICO)
This site provides an image resource of selected objects in member
museum collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney
Museum of American Art, the Library of Congress and the Frick Collection.
Developed at the University of Virginia Library, this site exists
as both a physical space and a clearinghouse of Web-based image
This site covers special exhibitions at the Louvre with links to
image collections around the world. Most useful is the "famous
paintings" index which provides access to images by artist,
theme, country and period.
number of sites provide you with the possibility of downloading
(browseable by category)
Journals At The Brooklyn Campus Library
information about the specific volumes and years that the library
owns, please consult the list of journals in the Periodical Department.
Journal of Art Therapy
Magazine of Art
Journal of Aesthetics
Review of African American Art
of Aesthetic Education
of Aesthetics and Art Criticism
of the American Institute of Planners
The art, design, architecture and media information gateway provides
links to numerous Web sites in the arts and media. These resources
may be searched by keyword and by artist.
An art directory of artists, galleries, museums and businesses.
Includes resources on topics in art and architecture including bibliographies,
e-journals, art projects, electronic exhibitions, links to image
collections, and art organizations.
Mother of All Art History Link Pages
Created by the University of Michigan, this site provides links
to major art history programs worldwide; art topics, arts organizations,
links to image collections, guide to online exhibitions, an annotated
list of museums worldwide, lists of art related journals, links
to libraries and research center, and art publishers.
Gateway to art museums, exhibitions, art agencies, art education
programs, employment opportunities, art supplies and artist index.
Museums & Galleries
Houses a vast collection of world art and artifacts. A large part
of the collection can be viewed online.
This site provides information on the history and permanent collections
of the musuem with a focus on key objects in select curatorial departments.
An annotated list of special events exhibitions is included.
This site provides information about current exhibitions and museum
Museum of Art
This site includes information on current and past exhibitions
for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Cloisters; programs
and tours for adults and children, and subject access to select
works in the collection.
Already cited, this site provides a window into the famous museum.
of Modern Art
This site includes small visual summaries of current exhibitions,
educational programs and tours, access to holdings in the archives
and the library, lists of books and art libraries, publications,
and brief accounts of permanent collections.
Library Museums Pages
Links to museum sites worldwide by location, title and musuem
type are provided at this site.
National Gallery of Art
The Washington,D.C. museum houses one of the finest collections
in the world, featuring major achievements in painting, sculpture,
and graphic arts from the Middle Ages to the present
Composed of sixteen museums and galleries, the National Zoo, and
numerous research facilities in the United States and abroad.