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View Resource Net Art at Furtherfield: Web Art, Political Art, Poetry, Critical Text & Creative Freedom

Founded in 1997 by artists Marc Garrett and Ruth Catlow, Furtherfield is "an online platform for the creation, promotion, criticism, and archiving of adventurous digital / net art work for public viewing, experience, and interaction." In particular, Furtherfield focuses on "network related projects that explore new social contexts that transcend the digital, or offer a subjective voice that...
View Resource Smithsonian American Art Museum: Director's Choice

While the Smithsonian American Art Museum has over 15,000 pieces of art in its entire collection, 13 of these works have been selected by the museum's director, Elizabeth Broun, as her personal favorites, and placed online in this collection. Some of the works featured here include Elizabeth Winthrop Chanler by John Singer Sargent, Storm King on the Hudson by Samuel Colman, and Achelous and...
View Resource KinderArt

KinderArt has been a presence on the web since 1996, when the organizers placed their first few free art lessons online. Since then the site's collection of helpful art lessons designed to assist K-12 educators (and their students) has grown to include over 800 different lessons. KinderArt was founded by Andrea Mulder-Slater and Jantje Blokhuis-Mulder, both of whom are practicing visual artists...
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...