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Meet Me at Midnight

“Meet Me at Midnight” is an interactive online adventure that takes place in an animated Smithsonian American Art Museum. Intended for children age 8 to 10 years, the site presents a perplexing scenario. An artwork—the dreaded Root Monster—comes alive and wreaks havoc in the galleries overnight. Visitors choose a friend—a character that has been separated from its artwork—to help aright the mixed-up museum and find its way back home. Every friend takes kids on a vivid journey through the museum’s art collection, while imparting key concepts in American art. With this Web site, we hope to encourage youngsters, their teachers, and caretakers to visit art museums—whether in Washington, D.C., or in their own neighborhoods—and see artworks in person. By reaching out to young audiences in this playful online project, the Smithsonian American Art Museum wants to foster an abiding appreciation for American art an

Art Project by Google

Explore museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels, and even create and share your own collection of masterpieces.

Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art offers a sizable collection of online resources for teaching art lessons. Part of that collection is a series of lesson plans, but there are also collections of art for students, an art game for young (5-8 years old) students, interactive activities for older students, and podcasts about art and artists. The MOMA lesson plans collection can be searched by theme, artist, medium, or subject.

The J.Paul Getty Museum

This site has a new way to view art - augmented reality. Augmented reality creates 3D displays of art from printed PDF codes displayed in front of a webcam.

Art Babble

a video website designed and maintained by the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The purpose of Art Babble is to provide a place for people to learn about the creation of art, artists, and collections through quality video productions.

Smarthistory is a free and open, not-for-profit, art history textbook using multimedia to deliver unscripted conversations between art historians about the history of art.