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Lots of ideas and activities for you to explore the world of the visual arts .
Access books on art, design, architecture, garden design, landscape architecture and photography from Oxford University Press. You can get straight in on a Library PC or use your Library card number to login from home.
Feeling creative? Lots of ideas for fab art to make from CiTV, all with step-by-step instructions, plus competition and downloads. You can send in your pictures of the stuff you've made to this CiTV site.
Fact-filled and entertaining coverage of works of art, artists, and concepts, all "in just a minute."
Want to create a masterpiece with no mess to clean up? Art lets you create painting, frame them and add them to a gallery.All you need is to use your mouse as a paint brush.
Explore the different tools an artist uses to create a work of art. Line, colour, shape, balance, space are explored with animations and videos for primary children.
Cartoon Classroom is about this art form in an educational setting. It provides information for organisations who seek cartoonists to lecture and teach, advice and information to anyone wanting to study cartoon art, graphic novels or strip illustration, and to be a single access point across the UK for those studying in these areas.
Grove Art Online comprises the full text of The Dictionary of Art, edited by Jane Turner (1996, 34 vols) and The Oxford Companion to Western Art, edited by Hugh Brigstocke (2001). It is now part of the Oxford Art Online portal. Access is possible at any Lancashire Library People's Network PC or from any PC using the barcode from your Lancashire Library card.
The artist Keith Haring wanted children to have fun and learn with art. This site, created by his charitable foundation, continues his legacy with an online interactive colouring book. This safe and family friendly site includes colouring pages (to print or colour in on screen), screensavers, and e-cards. There are also lesson plans for teachers and parents. Bold, bright and cheerful, Haring’s art appeals to kids of all ages!
"I Am An Artist" is full of ideas for art projects for primary kids, incuding full instructions and some inspirational videos to watch.
Would you like to learn how to use the Internet to find copyright cleared images for your work, quickly and efficiently? Use this free, interactive tutorial to improve your image searching skills.
Search or browse the online collection by artist, subject, theme or title.
This site is all about artists, with mini-biography and lists of where to find their work, plus pictures you can download. There's a bit of advertising on this site.