Arts & Art-Education Internet Resources
All links were checked on Jan. 10, 2004

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Art Resources

Arts Education

Arts Advocacy

Arts Agencies

Arts Funding

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Youthfully Fun Art Sites

More Great Art Sites


Art Resources

A Visual Arts Dictionary for artists, students and educators in art production, criticism, history, aesthetics, and education. You will find definitions of more than 3,100 terms here, along with numerous illustrations, pronunciation notes, great quotations, and links to other resources on the Web. 

The fine arts search engine. Search by artist names, artwork titles; art museums worldwide (search by name or location); read monthly features, art headlines, art links, talk back... 

The Incredible Art Department-
Art Room; Art News; Pet Peeves; Art Stuff; Lessons; Cartoons Art Jobs; Guest Book; Chat!; Awards; Art Site of the Week 

the community

The Painters Keys Artists Community: The Most Comprehensive (Free) Resource for Artists Worldwide.

World Wide Art Resources

Arts Education

ArtsEdNet, an online service developed by the J. Paul Getty Trust, supports the needs of the K-12 arts education community. It focuses on helping arts educators, general classroom teachers using the arts in their curriculum, museum educators, and university faculty involved in art education. 

Supports the place of arts education at the center of the curriculum through the creative and appropriate uses of technology. ARTSEDGE helps educators to teach in, through and about the arts.

International Child Arts Foundation-

Eyes on Art-

@rt Room-

The Puppetry Page-

Arts Advocacy

American Arts Alliance-
The mission of the Alliance is to be the principal advocate for America's professional nonprofit arts organizations and their publics in representing arts interests and advancing arts support before Congress and other branches of the federal government.

Americans for the Arts-
is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. With a 40-year record of objective arts industry research, we are dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts.

Arts Agencies

Georgia Council for the Arts

Young Audiences of Atlanta

Tennessee Arts Commission-

The National Endowment for the Arts-
VISION: A Nation in which artistic excellence is celebrated, supported, and available to all.
MISSION: The National Endowment for the Arts enriches our Nation and its diverse cultural heritage by supporting works of artistic excellence, advancing learning in the arts, and strengthening the arts in communities throughout the country.

Arts Funding

Books A to Z- Arts Grants-

SEE Art on the Net

The Artchive-
The most complete art viewing resource on the net.

Web Museum-
Another valuable art viewing resource.

Smithsonian Institution-
museums, research centers, libraries, and archives.... 


The Hunter Museum-
focuses on American art from the Colonial period to the present day. The museum is located in an historical mansion and a sleek contemporary building on the bluffs overlooking the Tennessee River.

High Museum of Art- Atlanta, GA

Youthfully Fun Art Sites 

Global Children's Art Gallery-

Kidz Draw-

CSJH Art Gallery-
Art by junior high students.

Art Safari-

Images on Sun by Kids-

International Kid's Space-

Amazing Kids!-

More Great Art Sites

Crayola Kids-

Mark Kistler's Electronic Pencil Power-

Origins of American Animation-

Yahooligans Art Soup-

A Pintura Art Detective-

Chunky Monkey- How to Cartoon Page-

Aunt Annies Crafts-

Art Express from Harcourt School Publishers-


The Refrigerator- 
An art contest for kids. 

Dreamworks: Amazing Kids!- 
     Animation Contest! 

    A Comic Strip Drawing Contest!-

    Writing Contest!-

If you have any great art links that belong on this site, send them to me and I'll be happy to post them. Angie Cook

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