Useful Links

 

Artist's Toolkit

www.artsconnected.org
Watch an animated demonstration of design elements, Find examples of an design concept in works of art from museums, and Create your own compositions.

Jackson Pollock

www.jacksonpollock.org
Create an online Jackson Pollock style painting.

Drawing Step by Steps

www.draw3d.com
Learn to draw 3D with PBS's Mark Kistler.

Printable Coloring Pages and Crafts

www.crayola.com
Free coloring pages, crafts and lessons.

Haring Kids

www.haringkids.com
Coloring pages, drawing step by steps, and Art activities.

Create your own Picasso

www.picassohead.com
Mr. Picasso Head allows you to create fun Picasso style faces.

Henry Rousseau Interactive Jungle Landscape

http://www.nga.gov/kids/zone/jungle.htm
Create a Henri Rousseau style jungle landscape with this interactive website sponsored by the National Gallery of Art in Washington.

Talking with Children About Art

http://tinkerlab.com
Information is not important. What’s important is helping children find ways to describe what they see.

Color with Leo

www.colorwithleo.com
A young Leonardo da Vinci, Leo, guides them through interactive games and activities as they learn the principles of art and other vital educational skills.

Ed Emberley, Children's Author and Illustrator

www.EdEmberley.com
This fun and interactive website provides a short biography of Emberley, animated drawing lessons, and activities for children.




 

 

 

  

Getty Games

www.getty.edu/gettygames/
Test your memory, play detective, or solve a puzzle in online games with Getty art!  

The Art Zone

www.nga.gov/kids/zone/
Interactive art you can make online inspired by contemporary and historical artists.





 Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

http://www.schoolsliaison.org.uk/2004/general/elearning.htm
This website includes a variety of e-learning interactive web resources available from Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery to support all areas of the curriculum. Art related activity sheets can also be downloaded from "printable resources" section of the website.

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