Includes art trivia and news, an overview of careers in art, and lesson ideas. Also accepts student art submissions.
Works of women artists in diverse media, plus biographical information about the artists, essays, and a bibliography.
Virtual museum of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods (1100-1800). With commentaries on pictures, biographies of artists, and guided tours.
Offers stories, music, color pages, and online activities.
The photographic adventures of two real white boxers, Charles-Clyde and Mavis. Includes holiday fun, projects, coloring pages, calendar, and boxer cartoons.
Provides children aged 10 -18 an opportunity to participate in professional film and video workshops. A registered educational charity.
Offers initial experiences into art terminology, principles and techniques and utilizes multi-cultural student work as teaching displays.
Offers visual arts and art history references and resources.
Includes interactive discussions of paintings and sculpture in the National Gallery of Art, educational activities, and an animated musical story.
Explores issues and questions raised by teens about modern art, today's working artists and what goes on behind the scenes at a museum. Contains interviews and interactive activities.
Games and a coloring page based on works of art.
Games and activities, offers a maze, online coloring and games, fun with shapes, I Spy, plus cute animations and sounds.
An international performing arts organization that provides training in theatre, dance, music, and art. Site includes information on classes, camps, and touring company.
Allows kids to share their original artwork and writings online.
Interactive activities designed to inspire a love of learning and art.
Nature art contest for youth (kindergarten
Offers lots of fun, creative activities, games, jokes, and trivia.
The Art Institute of Chicago offers exploration of the center and online games.
Wishes and stories about how to make ordinary moments magical.