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The Arts Links

 Art Safari:  An Adventure in Learning for Children & Adults

http://artsafari.moma.org/  This site is based on the book Art Safari: And Adventure in Looking, for Children and Parents at the Museum of Modern Art by Joyce Raimondo (published by MoMA, 1997). Art Safari invites children to explore the painting and sculpture collection of The Museum of Modern Art. This site encourages children to learn about art by looking for animals in works of art. Children can also create their own artwork and print it or save on the computer.

 

 AccessArt: Visual Arts Online Workshop

http://www.accessart.org.uk/  Animated, interactive workshops covering topics such as photography, drawing, installation art, photography, and color.
 

ArtGames

http://www.albrightknox.org/artgames/index.html   Kids 4-12 can learn the building blocks of art and creativity through this interactive website from Albright-Knox. They can learn about portraits, still-lifes, landscapes, color, and materials, as well as create their own works in the interactive studio.

 
ArtsEdge: Exploring Extremes in Music 

http://musicmotionblog.com/2010/04/kids-interactive-music-link-xploring-xtremes/  ArtsEdge, Kennedy Center’s interactive website for music and arts education, is a free online resource every teacher, librarian, parent, and caregiver should know about, but probably doesn’t.  Kids can explore and analyze musical extremes in dynamics, tempo, and other elements of music, through a variety of listening, reading, and movement activities.  Listen to classical excerpts from the National Symphony Orchestra, meet the conductor, and enjoy a host of hands-on, interactive experiences. 

 


Artist’s Toolkit

 http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/   Explore the tools that artists use—like line, color, and balance—to build works of art

 

Cartoonster  

 

 

 http://www.kidzdom.com/tutorials/  Cartoonster features a collection of fun and interactive tutorials which teach children how to create their own animations.

 Eduweb Adventures: Art & Art History

http://www.renaissanceconnection.org/main.cfm  The Renaissance Connection is an interactive, educational web site for upper grade students that uses the Allentown Art Museum's internationally recognized Renaissance art collection as a foundation for teaching math, science, language arts, and social studies. The site is anchored on six core themes: Quest for Knowledge; Arts and Architecture; Patrons and Lifestyles; Everyday Life; Trade and Exploration; and Science and Technology

NGAkids: National Gallery of Art Kids 

http://www.nga.gov/kids/  NGAkids helps children develop interpretive and analytical skills through interactive discussions of paintings and sculpture in the National Gallery of Art.

 

 Oriland: What Origami Can Be

 http://www.oriland.com/index.asp  Oriland is the biggest, newest, and most imaginative paper world ever. It was created and folded by artists Yuri and Katrin Shumakov entirely from paper without cutting and gluing. Explore the paper realms of fancy to experience the joy of magic transformation of ordinary sheets of paper into various amazing figures!

 

San Francisco's Symphony for Kids 

 http://www.sfskids.org/templates/home.asp?pageid=1  This site provides a great way for people of all ages to hear, learn, and have fun with music, become familiar with the different instruments of the orchestra, and learn music concepts in the music lab.

 

 Tate Kids

 http://kids.tate.org.uk/   Tate Kids will bring art to life for your KS1 (4-7 year olds), KS2 (7-11 year olds) and early KS3 (11-12 year olds) pupils with its exciting and interactive activities which are fully compatible with interactive whiteboards and individual computers. There are also crafty activities to do offline in Tate Create that include My Gallery, Games, Films, Tate Create, Latest Tate Kids News, Take Kids Blog and Adult Zone.