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Art, Music, & Dance

  • Art, Music, & Dance
    • Architecture
      • Networked resources on art and architecture including links to programs, libraries, journals, projects, exhibitions, collections and events.
      • John Parkinson is considered the "architect of Los Angeles" of such structures as LA City Hall, Union Station, LA Memorial Coliseium, Bullock's Wilshire.  (90 minute video).

      • Collaborative art project involving the Otis College of Art & Design students and the LAPL Art Department to form a "living memory" of Los Angeles communities through an integrated learning interdisciplinary course.

      • A listing, description and illustration of 445 cultural and 117 natural sites of note throughout world from the Unesco list of World Heritage properties.
    • Art
      • The national arts policy organization.
      • A guide to art and artists in museums worldwide.
      • Online guide to art galleries, museums, current exhibitions and events in Southern California.
      • Kennedy Center's free digital resource for teaching and learning, through and about the arts.  Includes: Lessons, Activities and Projects, How To's and Guides, and Standards.  

      • Calendars, discussions and links to other arts and humanities resources.
      • History of Los Angeles funded murals.  Click view for gallery or slide show..

      • Connects to many different unique exhibitions of art and artifacts, such as the Vatican Exhibit, the 1492 Exhibit, the Soviet Archive Exhibit, and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
      • Information on the arts in L.A. County including art resources, sponsors, events and non-profit arts organizations.
      • This Metropolitan Museum of Art site gives information on art and art history along with a substantial timeline.
      • A representative sample of murals and documentary resources.

      • Independent federal agency that funds and promotes artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation.

      • Visit public art sites throughout Los Angeles, neighborhood by neighborhood with links to supporting arts agencies connected with various local projects and areas.
      • Provides information on the Getty Research Institute, Education Institute, Leadership Institute and Grant Program. Selecting "Search/Index" provides access to databases and research tools useful in the arts.
      • Database of art, architecture and museum object images from the collections of the University of Michigan Museum of Art.

      • Artists, museums, exhibitions, education and art history.
    • Museums
    • Music & Dance