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Web Sightings for March

Here are ten websites to check out for the month of March: Arthur Wesley Dow’s book, Composition, A Series of Exercises in Art Structure for the Use of Students and Teachers, first published in 1899, laid the foundation for art study based upon the design…

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Library of Congress’ Photo Collection on Flickr

photo by John Vachon (1942) The Library of Congress Blog announced this past week the launch of a new pilot project with Flickr to make over 3000 vintage photographs from the LOC’s collection available to the public, with the promise of adding more photos to…

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Get Creative with Creative Commons

With multimedia projects becoming increasing popular in art classrooms, teachers and students need to be aware that the use of copyright-protected materials without permission from the copyright holders restricts their ability to distribute or publish their work online. As an alternative, the Creative Commons licensing…

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A few more sites to pass along . . .

The following items crossed my desktop this past week: The Smithsonian American Art Museum recently launched ¡del Corazón!, an online resource on Latino art from the United States. Designed by Interactive Knowledge, the site uses photographs, videos, and other resources to illustrate how various Latino…

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This & That—Bringing 2006 to a Close

With my teaching duties over for the Fall semester and my grades in, I can now devote some time to catching up with my online activities like this blog. I have an assortment of things to share in this entry, which may be my last…

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