The Arts (Art, Dance, Museums, Music)

Art on the Net
a place where artists can have studios and gallery rooms that can be accessed via the WWW

Art Studio Chalkboard
a resource for artists and art students that focuses on the technical fundamentals of perspective, shading, color and painting

designed to help artists, teachers, and students gain access to and/or share information, resources, and ideas that support the arts as a core subject area in the K12 curriculum

Aunt Annie's Crafts
emphasizes learning, creativity, and problem-solving while doing craft projects 
color a picture on the Internet

Digital Education Network: Graphics Den
teaches students how to use a computer graphics program to create unique digital art

Imagination Station
the coolest learn-to-draw in 3-D web site in the cyber galaxy from Mark Kistler

KidsArt Games
art fun, games, and free folk art lessons

Origami Page
the art of paper folding, including information on the art form itself, files and diagrams, other links

Watercolor Online
View works in acrylic, gouache, transparent watercolor, tempera, and various other water-based paint. Information is presented which is designed to enlighten and aid the aqua media artist.

World Art Treasures
100,000 works, including the main civilizations, such as Egypt, China, Japan, India, Europe

World Artist Directory
The number one source for locating "accomplished" artists throughout the world. Each and every artist application is screened and acceptance to the directory is based solely on the quality of the artists technique and presentation.

World Wide Art Resources
the biggest gateway to the arts on the Internet - from happening, groovin' art events to traditional planar exhibitions and museums to way out 3-D cyber galleries


Bolshoi Theatre
Located in Moscow, the theatre is one of the oldest and one of the best known theatrical companies. Information on its history, productions, performers, etc.

Dance Art
features teacher chat page, dance clip art, and resources


American Art Museum (Smithsonian)
the largest resource in the world for the study of American art is committed to the understanding, enjoyment, and preservation of America's visual heritage

The Andy Warhol Museum Home Page
permanent collections of art and archives of one of the most influential American artists of the second half of the 20th century

The Franklin Institute Science Museum
exhibits, resources, and the fun of a museum visit right to your desktop

Holocaust Museum
America's national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, and serves as this country's memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust

Louisiana Children's Museum
includes a Children's Wing, Grown-Up's Wing and Educator's Wing

Louvre Museum
a virtual tour of the museum and its most famous collections

National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian)
click Exhibits to access the many galleries available

National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian)
Preserving the heritage of native Americans. Exhibits, photos, video and music clips...

Salvador Dali Gallery
information about the great painter and his art, including surrealistic works as well as some of his later paintings which are dubbed 'classic'

Smithsonian Institution 
searchable database 140 million artifacts and specimens in trust for "the increase and diffusion of knowledge"

Vatican Museums
take a virtual tour of this impressive collection

WebMuseum: Bienvenue!
thousands of works of art along with artist biographical information



All Music Guide
An ongoing project to review and rate all music. It contains (among other things) information on more than 200,000 popular albums, 16,000 artist biographies, and 900,000 song titles.

America's Shrine to Music Museum
more than 6,000 American, European, and ethnographic instruments from virtually all cultures and historic periods

Children's Music Web
a non-profit organization dedicated to music for kids

Classical Music Hall of Fame
lists some of the greatest composers with biographical information and multimedia clips for listening and viewing

Classical Music Composers Biographies
biographies on numerous classical music composers with links to additional resources

The Piano Education Page
a one-stop resource for teachers, students, parents of students, and fans of the piano with over 250 pages of free information, updated biweekly

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
a virtual visit to the exhibits that bring to life the sights, sounds, and experiences of artists, songwriters, and producers from every era

Vocal Area Network
new organization of volunteers dedicated to the advancement of vocal ensemble music in the New York City area