Check out these electronic resources related to the arts
Art21 provides links to the acclaimed PBS series as well as teacher's and episode guides.
ArtBabble provides access to art based videos.
Art.sy provides access to a vast collection of art from around the world. You can browse without creating an account.
The Barnes Foundation offers thousands of post-impressionist and early modern paintings online.
A good selection of Dance videos can be found on the OPHEA channel on Youtube.
Classics for Kids provides good resources on orchestras and music for students.
CODE (Council of Ontario drama and dance educators) has a selection of lessons for drama and dance. Some lessons are for members only.
Google Art Project provides access to a wide variety of galleries. You can also create your own.
FREE Artist Resources provides access to a vast collection of resources for art teachers.
An excellent online collection of French prints from 1890-1905 can be found on the Van Gogh museum.
Keeping Score is intended to assist teachers in teaching about the classical orchestra.
Learning through the Arts provides many invaluable resources for the teacher of the arts.
Musopen provides free access to recordings of over 150 classical composers.
The National Gallery of Art has several thousand works of art online.
National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Norway has over 30,000 works of art, including Munch, online.
Ontario Music Educators' Association provides downloadable lessons.
Ontario Art Education Association provides links to a wide variety of websites related to art.
The Rijksmuseum has put online over 500,000 art works.
Smarthistory provides free access to world class art resources.
Viintage has a digital collection of historic posters as well as other copyright free images.
WikiPaintings provides free access to good quality reproductions of art works.