Fine Arts Resources

Art Project powered by Google

features interior tours of seventeen world famous art museums.

Arts Alive

is an educational website produced by Canada's National Arts Centre. Arts Alive is divided into three main sections; music, theatre, and dance.


is a collection of podcasts, lesson plans, and links for teaching music and culture.

Beat Lab

is a free service through which you can experiment with thousands of sound and rhythm combinations. If the sound you want isn't available in the Beat Lab catalog, you can upload your own sounds.

Keeping Score

full of educational materials about composers, analysis of various scores, musical techniques, history of notable events, and symphonies. There are interactive education elements that contain videos, images, and texts that tell the stories of composers.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

How Van Gogh Made His Mark is part biography, part art lesson, and part hands-on drawing activity. After reading about Van Gogh and seeing his art students can try their hands at creating their own Van Gogh-like drawings.

Monkey Machine

is a free web-based program that allows students to experiment with drum set sounds and rhythms.

Museum of Online Museums

is a list of museums that offer online exhibitions.

Music Theory

offers music theory lessons covering everything from basic note recognition to difficult chord inversions and offers calculators and tools handy for composing music. It also offers sheets that you can print.

New York Philharmonic

find images, programs, scores, and business documents. Soon there will be audio and video recordings in the archives as well as press clippings and concert magazines. You can search the archives by date, by era, or by artifact type.


features images of notable works of art, videos lessons, and audio lessons about eras and themes in art history. Browse by artist name, style of work, theme, or time period.

The Artist's Toolkit

Geared for teachers. Explore the tools that artists use and see artists in action.