The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network: Thematic Collections /themes The Kennedy Center: ARTSEDGE — the National Arts and Education Network MY ARTSEDGE | Login Educators Lessons How To's Standards Families Graphic Design According to Wikipedia (and who doesn’t trust Wikipedia?), Bansky is “a pseudonymous England-based graffiti artist, political activist, film director, and painter.” The fact that he merits a Wikipedia article is an indication of how famous Bansky has become. His worked has inspired many an artist to take their work to the streets.
WWW Virtual Library: Art History The History of Art Virtual Library is a collection of links relating to Art History and computer applications in Art History. The site is sponsored by CHArt, the Computers and History of Art Group. This site is aimed at everybody interested in art, but it has a special focus on the academic study of Art History. If you think we should add a site to our listings, or if you experience any problems with the links listed here, please follow this link to email us. If you are looking for art galleries or museums, go to the Museums Virtual Library. For architectural history, try the Architecture Virtual Library's history section. How to Draw Faster - 5 Tips to Improve Drawing Speed By Matt Fussell Artists that have drawn for many years often amaze people by how quickly they can get an image on the drawing surface. Often, what’s equally amazing is the accuracy that accompanies the speed. Unfortunately, when people see this skill, they assume that it is the result of talent, instead of developed skill. Frankly, anyone can draw quickly, but drawing speed without accuracy really misses the whole point.
Asian and Islamic Art: Middle Eastern, China, Korea, Japan â€” The Detroit Institute of Arts — The Detroit Institute of Arts Print Page The collections of the Department of the Arts of Asia and the Islamic World at the Detroit Institute of Arts comprise thousands of works of art produced in Asia and Middle East, from antiquity through the present, as well as from North Africa and Islamic Spain. Conceived as a both a geographical and cultural area of study, the Department fosters research into individual works of art in their historical and cultural contexts, the connections between the artistic cultures of this immense region – both geographical and temporal – as well as cultural and artistic ties between Asia, the Islamic World, Europe, and Africa.
Smarthistory: a multimedia web-book about art and art history Smarthistory offers more than 1500 videos and essays on art from around the world and across time. We are working with more than 200 art historians and some of the world's most important museums to make the best art history resource anywhere. Use the "subject" pulldown menu (go to "Arts and Humanities") at the top of this window or click on the headings below to access our content: Art history basics Using Textbooks as a Research Resource This bibliography lists and describes some intriguing works utilizing early imprints as well as modern textbooks and schoolbooks. The coverage of this bibliography is neither authoritative nor comprehensive. It includes primarily works which were easily found within the ULS collection. Where possible, the number of items used in each study was determined through checking footnotes, and bibliographic references presented by the authors. The literatures of various disciplines were examined to determine how scholars and researchers have used textbooks and schoolbooks as the basis of published studies.
Online Tours Go to content Go to navigation Go to search Change language Accessibility Support the Louvre Home>Collection & Louvre Palace>Online Tours Online Tours Visit the museum's exhibition rooms and galleries, contemplate the façades of the Louvre... Focusing on the Negative Space Hi you guys. Ricardo and Patricia here to give you your weekly update of what goes on in our graphic design class. To start off the week, we constructed view finders to help us identify the negative spaces around positive shapes. We had to draw figures around us, cut them out to focus on the negatives areas to finally figure out, they are as important that the positive areas of a picture. Negative spaces help form silhouettes of a figure.