|Phillips Gallery of Art, Washington DC|
Resources, lesson plans, activities, assessments.
|Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY|
Lesson plans that correspond to the Gallery’s Collection and special exhibitions
|Art Institute of Chicago|
An education link for teachers, students & parents. Through numerous programs and resources, the Art Institute strives to increase art awareness and appreciation for students of all ages.
An excellent source of information and links to sites about artists and their works.
|Boston Museum of Fine Arts|
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts offers innovative programs for students and teachers that encourage exploration of the MFA’s world-renowned collections and groundbreaking exhibitions.
Resources for the classroom.
|Cleveland Museum of Art|
Resources for the classroom.
|Core Knowledge, Charlottesville VA|
Art & music lessons related to Common Core State Standards.
|De Young Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco|
The Fine Arts Museums' School Programs enable students to make connections and develop an understanding of art in both creative and historical contexts.
|Detroit Institute of Arts|
Inspire creativity, critical thinking, curiosity, resources and lesson plans.
Symbols of America.
Offering research resources in the areas of Byzantine studies, the history of landscape architecture, and Pre-Columbian studies.
|Freer and Sackler Gallery of Art|
Introductions to the arts and cultures we represent, Information on the objects in our collections, Classroom activities and lesson plans regarding art from Japan, China, Korea, Southeast Asia, Himalayas.
One of the biggest museums in the world offers collection of Russian and Europeanarat.
|Hotchalk lesson plans, Illinois State Museum|
over 4,000 relevant lesson plans here, created by teachers, proven in the classroom.
|Incredible Art Museums|
Links to sites on styles of art, famous artists, and art by kids.
|J Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles CA|
Discipline-Based Arts Education (DBAE) - An approach developed by The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, is a framework that insures that all students receive a rigorous study of the arts. Activities and assessments.
|Kennedy Center, Washington DC|
Resources for families, students & educators.
|Kyoto National Museum|
Museum collection of over 10,000 works of Japanese art available on-line.
|Los Angeles County Museum of Art|
The LACMA Education Department provides instructional resources for K–12 teachers to download and offers resources for families.
|Metropolitan Museum of Art|
Introduces students to the richness and diversity of works of art in selected collections of the Museum.
|Minneapolis Institute of Arts|
ArtsConnectEd is a joint project of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and Walker Art Center. Through the site the complementary art collections and education resources of these two museums are shared with K-12 educators and their students, higher education scholars, and an international public.
|National Core Arts Standards|
A process that guides educators in providing a unified quality arts education for students in Pre-K through high school.
|National Endowment for the Humanities|
Art and culture lesson plans.
|National Gallery of Art, Washington|
Discover a variety of multi-generational programs and resources that engage children and adults in active exploration of art.
|National Museum of African Art|
Working from the collection, the museum has many kinds of resources that it makes available. These include teacher workshops, videos for loan as well as online curriculum you can use in your classroom.
|Philadelphia Museum of Art|
Online teaching resources to enriching summer programs, teachers can find endless opportunities to immerse themselves in the inspiring world of art—and bring that world to life for each of their students.
|Smithsonian American Art Museum|
Student and teacher resources from the Smithsonian American Art Museum use visual arts to teach concepts central to social studies and language arts curricula.
|Taiwan Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art|
Online resources and consultants to incorporate objects from the Nelson-Atkins collection into your next unit or program activities, but don’t know how Individuals or teams of teachers can schedule a consultation with ERC staff to develop strategies for incorporating Museum collections into classroom curriculum and community programs.
Lessons allow students to examine the mathematical nature of art, tilings and tessellations.
|The Arts Education Network|
Features about key issues and developments in the arts and education sectors.
|Utah Museum of Fine Arts|
Art lessons and activities related to museum’s collection.
|Yale New Haven Teacher Institute|
Resources & curriculum