Art Room - This is a virtual art educational classroom for teachers and students, created and maintained by the University of Florida.
ArtsEdNet - The Getty Institute for Education in the Arts has taken the lead in producing art education materials for students in grades K through 12.
AskArt.com - Provides biographical information, auction data, and digital images for over 25,000 North American artists - painters, sculptors, and illustrators. Includes directory information for museums, galleries, and dealers.
Center for Media Literacy - Dedicated to promoting and supporting media literacy education as a framework for accessing, analyzing, evaluating, creating and participating with media content.
College Art Association - The CAA site features annual awards;promotes opportunities for exhibition, publication, and creative projects;provides educational resources and career services;as well as links to art news sources and art museum sites.
The Educator's Reference Desk - This is a growing collection of more than 2000 unique lesson plans which have been written and submitted to AskERIC by teachers from all over the United States and the world.
The Kennedy Center's ArtsEdge - ArtsEdge links arts and education through technology. Select web spotlight from the main screen to access a number of links pertaining to arts and education. In addition to links to museums, galleries and arts centers, you can select a specific subject area to find links to. Links include music, dance, visual arts, theater, design arts, literary arts, folk arts, and media/film.
MENC: the National Association for Music Education
National Art Education Association - The official website of the NAEA contains membership, awards, subscription, and publication information. Recent papers and press releases keep art educators informed on developments and emerging trends in the field.
National Dance Education Organization - The NDEO advances dance education centered in the arts.
The Smithsonian Institute - The world's largest museum. Site contains activities and games for children.
The Teachers & Writers Collaborative -T&W writers work with children and teachers, giving them an understanding and appreciation of literary traditions and a sense of methods and motives for writers.