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A presentation highlighting some sites you can use in your Art classroom.

A presentation highlighting some sites you can use in your Art classroom.

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    Digi-Art Sites Digi-Art Sites Presentation Transcript

    • A Tour of Some Digi-Art Sites
      Warning…sites contained here are addictive!!!
      Topher Olsen
    • Art Junction
      @rt Junction-a great resource for creative arts as well as incorporation of technology. Be sure to scroll down and see the videos and tutorials of the Web 2.0 toolkit. http://www.artjunction.org
    • ArtCylopedia
      ArtCyclopedia is a great resource to find information about specific pieces of art and/or artists. Would be a great resource for students in conducting an artist research project.
      http://www.artcyclopedia.com/index.html
    • Devices of Wonder
      Devices of Wonder offers an interactive way to see how things work . Animate Indonesian shadow puppets or look inside a chromatrope.
      http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/devices/choice.html
    • FugleFlicks
      Fugleflicks has some great animated videos to teach art concepts. (Check out the video on pattern…warning, song will get stuck in your head!)
      http://www.ahsd25.k12.il.us/~TriciaFuglestad/VisualArt/page14/page14.html
    • MOMA
      This site by MOMA offers a lot of great interactive tools for teachers. Check out the Destination Modern Art, an animated tour of several of MOMA’s modern art pieces.
      http://www.moma.org/modernteachers/
    • Artists Toolkit
      A fantastic site to interactively explore the elements and principles of design.
      http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/index.html
    • National Gallery
      This is a great site to explore composition. Students are able to manipulate various elements of a still life to explore perspective, emphasis, and movement.
      http://www.nga.gov/kids/zone/index.htm#stilllife
    • Tate Modern
      A fun way to interact with pieces in the Tate Modern museum in London. Check out the films, they are short, fun, and informative.
      http://kids.tate.org.uk/
    • Art Games
      This art game site is a great way to “enter” pieces of art. Check out the Pac Mondrian…Pac Man on Mondrian’s art!!
      http://www.artificial.dk/articles/artgamesnetworks.htm