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DADA - National Gallery of Art

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9 to 12
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This online exhibition of Dadaist art provides an outstanding overview of the content and techniques used by these artists to express their strong reactions to the violence and trauma...more
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This online exhibition of Dadaist art provides an outstanding overview of the content and techniques used by these artists to express their strong reactions to the violence and trauma of World War I. A variety of artists (Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Hans Arp) and genre (collage, sound poems, papier-m,ch?) are represented, along with reflections on the influence these revolutionaries had on future avant-garde movements.

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Contemporary Voices - Museum of Modern Art

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This companion site to an exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art features paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs created during the mid to late 20th century. Organized around...more
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This companion site to an exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art features paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs created during the mid to late 20th century. Organized around a dynamic concept map, the exhibit gives visitors multiple ways to experience the represented pieces. Browse by medium, artist, or time period. The site is entirely done in Flash, so make sure oyu have this plug-in. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page

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Pics4Learning - Tech4Learning

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This impressive collection of thousands of copyright-friendly images - graciously donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers - is a wonderful resource for teachers and...more
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This impressive collection of thousands of copyright-friendly images - graciously donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers - is a wonderful resource for teachers and student needing good quality, educational photos for projects and presentations. Browse by topic or use the site's search feature. Includes a nice collection of related lesson plans, organized by subject.

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Off the Map - Interactive Knowledge, Inc.

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4 to 12
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Explore some amazing sights created by "backyard" artists from around the world. These inventive individuals - with little or no formal training - have fashioned unique masterpieces...more
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Explore some amazing sights created by "backyard" artists from around the world. These inventive individuals - with little or no formal training - have fashioned unique masterpieces that reflect their personal visions. After taking an interactive tour through these creative environments, students can click on the "Create Your Own" link to produce a paradise of their own from more than 150 virtual objects. Completed works can be emailed or submitted to the "Off the Map" online gallery. Check out the "For the Classroom" link for a selection of related activities organized by grade level.

tag(s): environment (317)

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Perhaps you have a courtyard or other area around your school and community that could use a facelift. This site might just provide some ideas for involving students in a real-life creative adventure.
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Mind of Leonardo - Institute and Museum of the History of Science

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9 to 12
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This companion site to a museum exhibit in Florence, Italy, draws visitors into da Vinci's fascinating thought-processes that established a connection between laws of nature and principles...more
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This companion site to a museum exhibit in Florence, Italy, draws visitors into da Vinci's fascinating thought-processes that established a connection between laws of nature and principles of art. Filled with images of the master's sketches and paintings, accompanying commentary, and video, the site provides an intriguing glimpse into the art-science theme that dominated so many of his works.

tag(s): inventors and inventions (101), leonardo davinci (4), renaissance (34)

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This site is a great find for both history and art history teachers! In either course, use the information and images on this site to help introduce the famous Leonardo. This site has a ton of information for students working on research projects or papers, be sure to add it to your class wiki or web page to allow them to access it both in and out of the classroom.

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Red Studio Activities - Museum of Modern Art

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8 to 12
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Art students can experiment with a variety of techniques used by today's modern artists with this pair of creative challenges that emphasize out-of-the-box thinking. The first interactive...more
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Art students can experiment with a variety of techniques used by today's modern artists with this pair of creative challenges that emphasize out-of-the-box thinking. The first interactive activity requires students to create a collage using a palette of photographs, simple shapes, lines, and sizing tools. Next, students can design a room using a variety of tools for generating walls, flooring, background, and furniture.

tag(s): art history (70)

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Printed Image in the West - Metropolitan Museum of Art

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10 to 12
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Printmaking, a process that predates the invention of movable type, was responsible for moving art beyond the walls of churches and palaces and into the hands of the masses. Trace ...more
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Printmaking, a process that predates the invention of movable type, was responsible for moving art beyond the walls of churches and palaces and into the hands of the masses. Trace the history and techniques of the printed image with this highly visual site that examines early examples of woodcuts, engravings, etchings, lithography, and more.

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Evolution of the Medieval Book - Cornell University Library

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10 to 12
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It may be a weighty title, but this user-friendly site provides a fascinating glimpse of how the development of moveable type during the Middle Ages completely revolutionized human...more
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It may be a weighty title, but this user-friendly site provides a fascinating glimpse of how the development of moveable type during the Middle Ages completely revolutionized human communication, transforming Europe and, eventually, the entire world. From the earliest manuscripts and prayer books, to the very first books printed with Gutenberg's metal type, students can gain an understanding of how the metamorphosis of the written word affected human society. Includes images of manuscripts, bindings, and illustrations, along with descriptive commentary.

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Although this site lends itself to a study of influences that affected European history during the Middle Ages, art students can explore the illuminations and letterforms that appear on the pages of these early manuscripts and books as part of a study of printmaking techniques.

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School of Visual Arts

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More than just an informational page for prospective students of the New York-based fine arts school, this site presents some outstanding original artwork from undergraduate and graduate...more
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More than just an informational page for prospective students of the New York-based fine arts school, this site presents some outstanding original artwork from undergraduate and graduate students, representing multiple genres - photography, illustration, graphic design, computer art, and more. Use the navigational arrows to page through the selections or click on one to view full-frame. Created by Visual Arts Press, Ltd.

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This is a wonderful resource for exploring what young artists are producing in a variety of media. Offerings are provocative and thought-provoking, so you may wish to project and use the examples as a basis for class discussion and critical analysis.
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Henri Matisse: The Fauves - National Gallery of Art

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Take a virtual tour through this online gallery of Henri Matisse's paintings. Images are accompanied by background information and critical analysis of the artist's "fauve" style of...more
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Take a virtual tour through this online gallery of Henri Matisse's paintings. Images are accompanied by background information and critical analysis of the artist's "fauve" style of primitive brushwork. Works of other fauve artists and those who most influenced them (Seurat, Gauguin, Van Gogh) are also included.

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Cezanne in Provence - National Gallery of Art

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9 to 12
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This companion site to an international exhibition marking the centenary of C?zanne's death, focuses on the landscape of Aix-en-Provence - a region that profoundly influenced his artwork....more
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This companion site to an international exhibition marking the centenary of C?zanne's death, focuses on the landscape of Aix-en-Provence - a region that profoundly influenced his artwork. The true gem of the site is an exhibition tour with audio that is worth taking. Visitors can view and interact with dozens of his paintings while listening to expert commentary. Other features include a chronology of his work, an interactive image list, and a map illustrating the locations around Aix where C?zanne completed specific works.

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Art Treasures of Nebraska - Nebraska Educational Telecommunications

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8 to 12
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Far from being regional in nature, this online, interactive treasure takes visitors on a virtual exploration of artistic treasures housed in three of the state's finest galleries. Choose...more
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Far from being regional in nature, this online, interactive treasure takes visitors on a virtual exploration of artistic treasures housed in three of the state's finest galleries. Choose a location, and a piece of artwork, then watch a thought-provoking video segment about the artist who created it. More than one dozen pieces are represented - including works by Degas, Grant Wood, to Edward Hopper, and more.

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Flip Book - FABRICA

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2 to 12
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This is a "just for fun" site that harkens back to the days when students used to created their own animated pictures by scribbling little drawings on the bottom of ...more
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This is a "just for fun" site that harkens back to the days when students used to created their own animated pictures by scribbling little drawings on the bottom of their tablets and flipping through the pages. Use this virtual tablet to sketch a series of images then click the "eye" button to watch the animation. Tour the Flip Book gallery - but beware - there may be some animations inappropriate for young children. Even if you activate the "Filter Mature Content" feature in "Preferences," you must still be vigilant!

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Winslow Homer - National Gallery of Art

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9 to 12
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This beautifully designed online slide show lets visitors get up and close and personal with some of Homer's most enduring watercolors. Each image is accompanied by descriptive text...more
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This beautifully designed online slide show lets visitors get up and close and personal with some of Homer's most enduring watercolors. Each image is accompanied by descriptive text and a "zoom" tool that provides more navigational options. Short video clips detailing Homer's life and work are interspersed throughout the show.

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Incredible Art Department - Ken Rohrer and Judy Decker

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1 to 12
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Art teachers will find a plethora of resources on this site that offers printable lesson plans, networking opportunities, interactive games and activities, ideas for substitute teachers,...more
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Art teachers will find a plethora of resources on this site that offers printable lesson plans, networking opportunities, interactive games and activities, ideas for substitute teachers, self-correcting tests, and so much more. There is something for every grade level on this site, or search by artist or technique. Lesson Plans are aligned to standards.
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tag(s): artists (75), drawing (78), painting (66)

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Take some time to poke around to find the gem that will spice up your art classroom. This is a great site to use in the elementary classroom, and in art electives classes in middle grades and high school. Be sure to share it with other teachers on your campus and put a link to this tool on your class website for students to use at home. Use a visual blogging tool such as Check This, reviewed here, to upload the students' art work. The students can blog about their work and even create an online portfolio. Host an art show at your school for families and the communities to showcase the students' creativity. Your students can describe their work as visitors explore the gallery. In a language arts class have students brainstorm to analyze the character(s), setting, and situation of a painting and create an original story. Explore this site before a trip to an art museum.

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Cycles: African Life Through Art - Indianapolis Museum of Art

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8 to 12
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This beautifully designed site reveals the rich cultural traditions of Africa through its art and rituals. As students investigate this interactive exhibit, they can examine and manipulate...more
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This beautifully designed site reveals the rich cultural traditions of Africa through its art and rituals. As students investigate this interactive exhibit, they can examine and manipulate a variety of artifacts, listen to traditional music, and learn about the circle of life that dominates artistic expression throughout the continent. Aligned to Standards. Requires FLASH. If you do not see the site content coming up, get FLASH from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): africa (180), cultures (105), religions (61)

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a unit on African cultures. Because there is a lot of content on this site, it would probably work best with a graphic organizer to guide students. For help with graphic organizers, try Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).
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Cover Art: The Time Magazine Collection - National Portrait Gallery

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9 to 12
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This impressive collection of magazine cover art represents some of the world's most compelling personalities and some of Time's most memorable art work. You'll find portraits of queens,...more
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This impressive collection of magazine cover art represents some of the world's most compelling personalities and some of Time's most memorable art work. You'll find portraits of queens, presidents, popes, athletes, and entertainers - the famous as well as the infamous. Each portrait is accompanied by brief biographical information and sound clips.

tag(s): famous people (19), news (261)

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This site would be useful in a Art History or US government class studying the impact of the media on politics. Have students explore the site on the interactive whiteboard, allowing them to be hands on with the material - avoid being the Vanna White of the board! As students are navigating the site, focus their attention on how many presidents and political figures are featured - as evidenced on the link entitled "Most Featured Person." This could lead into a great discussion of how exposure can affect politicians, as well as the difference between good and bad press.

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Bound for Glory: America in Color - Library of Congress

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This online exhibition from the Library of Congress features more than 70 color photographs - taken between 1939 and 1943 - that vividly capture the effects of the Great Depression...more
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This online exhibition from the Library of Congress features more than 70 color photographs - taken between 1939 and 1943 - that vividly capture the effects of the Great Depression on rural and small-town America and highlight the economic growth that preceded World War II. This is great visual resource for a 20th century American history class. Photography students can use the site to examine how the "Kodachrome" era changed the way we view our collective past.

tag(s): great depression (24), photography (160)

In the Classroom

It's interesting how viewing the images in color makes the viewer feel as though the Great Depression was something far more recent - perhaps due to the dated feeling of black and white images. In a discussion of the Great Depression, spend some time comparing these images and the traditional black and white images seen on the interactive whiteboard or projector. Ask students about the differences and if one is more revealing or not. This can also lead into a discussion on the reliability of primary sources and the effects of seeing something rather than reading it.

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Eyes on Art

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2 to 12
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This beautifully designed site offers five interactive activities that progressively challenge students to connect with, respond to, and interpret the visual arts. A detailed Teacher's...more
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This beautifully designed site offers five interactive activities that progressively challenge students to connect with, respond to, and interpret the visual arts. A detailed Teacher's Guide provides directions for implementing each lesson. There are outstanding tools here for developing affective and critical thinking skills in students of all levels - from elementary to high school. Also includes an interactive quiz.

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Winslow Homer in the National Gallery of Art - National Gallery of Art

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This site is a companion to an exhibit of oil paintings, watercolors, drawings and prints by American artist Winslow Homer. The exhibit spans his career from early oil paintings of...more
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This site is a companion to an exhibit of oil paintings, watercolors, drawings and prints by American artist Winslow Homer. The exhibit spans his career from early oil paintings of the Civil War era and classic images of 19th century American life through his late watercolors of sea scenes. Also includes biographic information with video clips and a visual chronology of works.

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Introduce this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Then have students explore this site independently or in small groups. Have students go through the slide show and then select one image to analyze. Have students create a multimedia presentation using UtellStory, reviewed here. This site allows users to narrate a picture. Challenge students to narrate the photo as if it is a news report. To find Creative Commons images for student projects (with credit, of course), try Compfight, reviewed here.

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