Explore the Studio Museum's 127 building on 127th St. in Harlem, New York from anywhere in the world with the Museum's online collections. Here, readers will find more than 2,500 works created by more than 600 artists spanning 200 years of history, "including paintings, drawings, sculptures, watercolors, photographs, videos and mixed-media installations." Digital versions of Studio Magazine, "a leading art publication with a focus on contemporary artists of African descent," are also available on the site. Plus, readers will find information about the Museum's longstanding Artist-in-Residence program. Since its inception in 1968, this year-long studio residency for emerging artists has served more than 100 artists of color. Under the Learn & Engage tab's Education sub-section instructors will find a series of downloadable lesson plans for art educators. These lesson plans are based on work by artists in the Museum's collection, such as "Light Brings Us Together" and "Black on Black," based on the work of Glenn Ligon; "Printmaking & Geometry," based on the work of Robert Blackburn; and "United Power," based on the work of Barbara Chase-Riboud.