Fine Arts Websites
Begin your virtual tour of the Louvre at the reception area under the glass pyramid, and then proceed through the central courtyard, to 360-degree panoramic views of the painting and sculpture areas.
Using an online scissor make a snow flake
This site lets you create your own cartoons
Create animated slide shows.
Over 870,000 vintage pictures from New York City
This site features an extensive collection of historic photographs from the 1850's through the 1940's. They have sorted their pictures into three categories; themed collections, picture collections, and defining moments. The website also contains an extensive library of old maps dating as far back as the 1300's. Their map collection is sorted by date, nation, and state.
This site offers millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published but are available on this terrific website. You can choose a decade or use the accompanying search bar to find what you are looking for.
Project-based learning can provide an intentional and effective opportunity to integrate the arts across disciplines and curriculum. While valuable as a stand-alone discipline, arts education can be given further power and value when used in a PBL project as part of the core curriculum.
All points of arts integration -- from implementation in the classroom and engaging students, to linking the arts with core curriculum -- are covered in this roundup of useful Edutopia blogs, articles, and videos
This website provides a list of J. S. Bach’s complete works, recommended recordings and biographical information.
This website allows you to hear the selected "March of the Month" by the Dallas Wind Symphony. All sorts of fun Sousa trivia to read.
A fun site for learning music through the use of educational games and other online activities.