The Museum of Modern Art offers a sizable collection of online resources for teaching art lessons.
Part of that collection is a series of lesson plans, but there are
also collections of art for students, an art game for young (5-8 years
old) students, interactive activities for older students, and podcasts
about art and artists. |
The Getty Museum has introduced a new way to view art, augmented reality. As employed by The Getty,
augmented reality creates 3D displays of art from printed PDF codes
displayed in front of a webcam. The example that The Getty provides in this video is a 3D display of one of the cabinets of curiosities created by Albert Janszoon Vinckenbrinck. If you want to try it for yourself after watching the video, the directions are available here.
Art Babble is a video website designed and maintained by the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The purpose of Art Babble
is to provide a place for people to learn about the creation of art,
artists, and collections through quality video productions. Visitors to
Art Babble will find videos related to many forms of and formats for
art. Browse the video channels
and you'll find videos covering a wide array of topics including
abstract art, European Art and Design, African Art, graphic design,
glass, sculpture, surrealism, and much more.
the Museum of Online Museums, is a list of museums that offer online
exhibitions. In some cases the museums include virtual tours and in
other cases the museums online exhibits are simple photo galleries. Some
of the notable museums featured in the Museum of Online Museums include the Smithsonian, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.