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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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Sculpture Resources

Poked around the Web looking for sculpture resources to share with my students. Here are three worth checking out: Images of Me: An Inquiry Based Sculpture Unit features “moveable” reproductions of Chicana/o sculptures and four lesson plans through which secondary students reflect on their own…

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Art Museum Hop

Art museums continue to provide some of the best art education resources available on the Web today. Here are eight museums that have posted new material on their sites recently. Enjoy! 2006 marks the 400th anniversary of the birth of Rembrandt. In celebration, the National…

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Animation Links

As a follow-up to my last entry, I’ve spent the last few days gathering links to animated films posted on the Web. Enjoy! Caution: Before linking to these sites on your classroom computer, you should screen them for student viewing. Some include films containing adult…

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A handful of sites to see . . .

The NYPL Digital Gallery, which was named Best Research Site at the 2006 Museums and the Web conference, contains a wealth of easily accessible digital content for students, researchers, and casual visitors. “Everybody can DaDa” is one of the many slogans you’ll find on the…

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Drawing on the Web

Here are 10 sites for your drawing pleasure: The Drawing Club is a group blog about drawing. Sketch Swap allows you to draw something on the screen, and submit your drawing to receive a random drawing from someone else. View some of Leonardo’s sketches and…

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10 Art Interactives

The Web offers many online art learning activities that students can explore at home or at school, with or without a supporting lesson. The best make use of the Web’s interactive and multimedia capabilities to provide a unique learning experience that students will enjoy. Here…

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December Diversions

Here are two sites that will help get you in the holiday spirit: 12 Days of Christmas Taking the traditional Twelve Days of Christmas song as their inspiration, students from Withywood schools (in Bristol, where I guess you can still say the word “Christmas”) created…

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Art Department Sites

Browsing the Web sites of art departments at other schools is a good way to get ideas for new art projects and for presenting your art program on the Web. Following are a dozen art department Web sites from around the US and abroad that…

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Art:21 – New Season Begins

Season Three of the Art:21 series premieres September 16, 23, 30 and October 7, 2005, 10 PM (EST) on your PBS station. Each one-hour program for Season Three is organized around a theme—Power, Memory, Play, and Structures—that can help audiences analyze, compare, and juxtapose the…

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