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View Resource University of Houston Libraries

Nancy Buchanan and Jennifer Atkinson at the University of Houston Libraries created this site to provide a comprehensive listing of index, abstract, bibliography, and table of contents services in the fields of Arts and Humanities, Sciences and Technology, and Social Sciences. The list currently contains seventeen subject specific categories under the three main fields with more than twenty coming...

https://libraries.uh.edu/
View Resource The Cornell Theory Center Arts and Social Sciences Gateway

The Cornell Theory Center Arts and Social Sciences Gateway provides links to language arts, foreign languages, the fine arts, social studies, and history. It is aimed at "all K-12 students and educators," and was created by elementary and high school librarians, with help from the Theory Center Information Group. It joins the Theory Center's Math and Science, and Educators Gateways, which have...

http://www.cs.cornell.edu/annual_report/cornell_theory_cente...
View Resource Arts Journal: The Daily Digest of Arts & Cultural Journalism

Edited by Douglas McLennan, formerly an arts columnist and arts reporter with the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and the Seattle Weekly, Arts Journal is a daily digest of some of the best online arts and cultural journalism. Each weekday beginning at 5AM PST, McLennan examines and posts stories from over 180 English-language newspapers, magazines, and publications featuring writing about arts and...

http://www.artsjournal.com/
View Resource Turbulence: Commissions and Supports Net Art

The Turbulence project acts as an online gallery for Internet artwork. Since it was formed in 1996 by New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc., it has "commissioned, exhibited and archived over 60 original works." When browsing the collection, visitors will notice that the themes of the works vary widely, ranging from highly expressionistic to more analytical in nature. Many of the items incorporate...

http://turbulence.org/
View Resource CPANDA: Cultural Policy & the Arts National Data Archive

Funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts and located at Princeton University, the Cultural Policy & the Arts National Data Archive (CPANDA) is the world's first interactive digital archive of policy-relevant data on the arts and cultural policy in the United States. Through its work, CPANDA seeks to "guide researchers to sources of high quality information about arts & cultural policy issues,...

http://www.cpanda.org/cpanda/
View Resource Eye Level

Eye level is an art blog written by a collaborative team at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM). According to the site, "... the conversation at Eye Level will be dedicated to American art and the ways in which the nation's art reflects its history and culture." The SAAM collection is meant as a foundation for the conversation on Eye Level. A recent post begins by talking about a road trip...

https://americanart.si.edu/blog
View Resource Art in Cities

The organizers of Art in Cities say, "Cities are like a huge art gallery with a permanently changing exhibition." Therefore, this web site exists to collect submissions of artwork from cities all over the world, and plot it on a map. To view the art, browse by selecting points on the map, or search by City, Submitter, or artist (Artwork by). There is also a quick link to the most recent uploads....

http://www.artincities.com/
View Resource Ibiblio

Operating under the motto of "Trust Us", ibiblio is a collaboration of the School of Information and Library Science and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Ibiblio is billed as one of the largest "collections of collections" on the Internet, as it contains links to sites that deal with arts and recreation, geography, history, natural...

https://www.ibiblio.org/
View Resource Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

In a city known for creative expression and its free-thinkers, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) is a major cultural institution. The site is a veritable cornucopia of artistic endeavors, including film, performance art, installations, and lectures. Visitors planning a trip to either institution will want to click on the "Visit" section, and others with a more scholarly...

https://bampfa.org/
View Resource MASS MoCA

Located in the quaint town of North Adams, Massachusetts, Mass MoCA is one of the United States' premier venues for viewing large scale contemporary artworks. The center opened in 1999 on the site of several former industrial buildings, and it has grown to include various performance spaces, a theater, and a space dedicated to arts education for the young. On their homepage, visitors can view...

https://massmoca.org/
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