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.
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.
History of Los Angeles funded murals. Click view for gallery or slide show..
A representative sample of murals and documentary resources.
Independent federal agency that funds and promotes artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation.
Database of art, architecture and museum object images from the collections of the University of Michigan Museum of Art.
The database includes more than 7,000 archival images that offer the public free online access to the museum's research library materials. The images are just a fraction of the holdings.
Nation's first collection of American art. Museum is home to one of the largest collections of American art from the colonial period.
Official site for Los Angeles Opera, including the history of the company, calendar of events and community programs.
Guide to world music. Informative text, combined with play lists and video content.