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Art Education Websites
The Getty: Museum Education
The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, K-12. Includes lesson plans, discussion of art education issues, and information on professional development for art educators.
Online workshops and arts educational activities aimed at all ages.
Collaborative online art projects and exchanges between teachers, students, and art professionals from across the globe.
Kennedy Center and the National Endowment for the Arts. Information, resources, and ideas that support the arts as a core subject area in the K-12 curriculum. For artists, teachers, and students.
NAEA (National Art Education Association)
Where visual arts teachers, scholars, researchers and professors, students, administrators, and art museum educators, and artists come together around a shared belief in the power of the arts in developing human potential.
NGA Lessons and Activities
National Gallery of Art site with thematic lesson plans and a resource finder to search the NGA extensive collection of lessons and resources.
Place for students and teachers to share videos online.
Italian Renaissance Learning Resources
Made possible by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Oxford University Press, and the National Gallery of Art. Features eight units, each of which explores a different theme in Italian Renaissance art. Researchers and students can explore thematic essays, more than 300 images, 300 glossary items and 42 primary source texts. An invaluable tool for use in the classroom, educators can integrate printable activity guides.
Museum Educational Components