Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts
National Gallery London
Kevin Honeycutt
Art Web Sites
Picturing America
Art Generators
Adobe Digital School Collection Resources
ArtsEdge: The Kennedy Center for the Arts
Flickr Creative Commons
The Incredible Art Department
Open ClipArt
360 Cities - World Panoramic Views
Fine Arts links on iTunes U
Cybrary Man's Art Resources
Art Babble
Create Your Own Online Art Collection
Art Sites
Geocoded Art
Art and Writing Projects
The Art Institute of Chicago
Creativity Resouce for Teachers from the Denver Art Museum
National Gallery of Art
A Lifetime of Color
The Incredible Art Department
12 Amazingly Tiny Pieces of Art
Jim Brutger's Art Education Page
Getty Art Guide
Getty Museum
Enrich Learning with Discipline-Based Art Education
The Art of Storytelling - Delaware Art Museum
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery for Kids
Middle School Arts and Crafts
  • Art Junction
  • Drawing: How to Draw- Several drawing tutorials.
  • Deviant Art- World’s largest online community of artists and art lovers.
  • Digital Storytelling Resources and Ideas Wiki- Find several ideas for claymation, stop motion, and other films.
  • 40 Writing, Music, and Art Resources
  • Animata- Free software for editing and creating brilliant animation films.
  • Dismantling the Bomb- Great interactive website that explores the fine line between art and graffit.
  • Onemotion- Sketch and paint on a canvas with many tools, play games, or make music on the drum machine.
  • Odosketch- Fantastic and easy tool for students to create detailed sketches. For more information see David Kapular’s post.
  • Slimber- Draw on this canvas, choose the background color and the dimensions. The best drawings are featured on the front of the website so gives the students some incentives.
  • Artpad- Similar to Canvastic where students paint and can playback. However, you can select frames and this has a nicer look. Also has an iPad app.
  • Canvastic- An easy tool for students to paint. Students are able to playback how they painted their masterpiece.
  • Rate My Drawing- Nice chat and collaborative drawing feature. You can also draw on a sketch pad which is animated. Huge community of artists that share their work.
  • Guess A Sketch- Draw online and others try to guess what it is! Great collaborative online game and has an iPhone app (the app costs $1.99).
  • Artsonia- Kids can display and sell their art on this online museum.
  • Playful Learning Experiences- This wonderful site provides you with many activities in writing and arts and crafts!
  • Artopia- Teachers can create art galleries of students work. See Kelly Tenkely’s post for classroom application ideas.
  • Sketchcast- Students can draw in several different colors, add text, narrate the drawing, and embed it into a wiki or blog.
  • Doink- Students create free animation videos.
  • VoiceDraw- Draw with the sound of your voice. A high voice goes one direction while a medium voice creates a straight line. It’s in beta and a bit tricky but a fun experiment.
  • Art, Drawing and Art Educational Freeware- Whatever your students want to do artistically you can find a free tool on this website!
  • Best Art sites for Learning English- Larry Ferlazzo provides you with many tools and explains why they made his best list.