Pictured above: Asphalt Mural by Mensah Bey in Norview completed in 2020.
Find artwork from our artists as online puzzles to work on our Jigsaw Planet puzzle page.
Concert Roulette is a new way of discovering classical music, here to fill the concert-shaped hole in your lives. Simply click to start and you’ll be presented with a video of a concert.
Enjoy these ultra-hi-res images of the Raphael Cartoons – a set of 7 full-scale designs for a series of tapestries created by Raphael, considered one of the greatest treasures of the Renaissance – Via the V&A Museum, London.
Have some fun..create your own Opera No musical skills required.
Take a Free Art & Design Course from Harvard University
Learn about Art with free courses from Annenberg Learner
Check out these free virtual Cirque du Soleil performances! Escape from everyday life through the delight and whimsy of their shows. Enjoy!
Free Will Sliney comic book art classes on YouTube
If you know a kid who’s constantly drawing Spider-Man, this is their chance to learn from a pro. Irish comic book artist Will Sliney started a Twitter challenge for school kids stuck at home, and due to overwhelming response, he’s started offering free art classes on YouTube, too. Join in the fun by following #wewilldraw.
Free Drawing Lessons Live Stream Schedule Every Wednesday at 3PM EST
Rob Biddulph, children’s book author & artist is offering free art lessons. ~ Rob is an internationally bestselling and multi award-winning author and illustrator. He is the official World Book Day Illustrator for 2019 and 2020.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design has made available over 200 downloadable Vintage Posters on Flickr. Art of the Poster 1880-1918 is a curated collection of works from artists like Alphonse Mucha, Jules Chéret and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, known for their contributions during the Belle Époque period, which is synonymous with iconic art and is often called the Golden Age of design.
Watch extraordinary performances free from The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Arts Across America: In collaboration with arts organizations from coast to coast, this series presents free, online programming available on Facebook Live, YouTube, and on their website.
Draw free with JJK produced by National Book Award Finalist Jarrett J. Krosoczka. Krosoczka is the New York Times-bestselling author/illustrator behind more than forty books for young readers. The program educates, entertains, and empowers young artists.
2,500 Museums You Can Now Visit Virtually
Take one of these virtual tours of the galleries at Thyssen-Bornemisza Museo Nacional We especially love the Rembrandt and Portraiture exhibition. They have VR capabilities too.
Check out Painting by Numbers, an online exhibition that offers a modern way to explore Ferdinand Bauer’s vintage drawings.
Explore ancient history from Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and Oceana in this totally interactive virtual tour of the British Museum, London.
Enjoy these Virtual Tours at The National Gallery of Victoria: Australia’s oldest, largest, and most visited art museum. The museum offers a wide variety of international and Australian art in its collection, including paintings, drawings, photography, and sculptures.
Visit Rome! Take this virtual tour of the Vatican Museums.
Gustave Doré: The Reign of Imagination. Explore the curated collection of paintings, engravings, and more. Skilled in printing, drawing, illustrating, graphic art, and sculpting, Gustave Doré was one of the 19th century’s most creative figures. The French artist explored the “main genres and formats of his era, ranging from satire to religion, and from sketches to monumental canvases,” an acclaimed approach that was at the core of this Musée d’Orsay’s 2014 show.
Virtually tour Frank Lloyd Wrights most famous buildings Note: They are taking a short summer vacation from #WrightVirtualVisits. The project will relaunch on August 20 in an exciting new format but you still view videos online.
Explore Every Stitch of the Famed Bayeux Tapestry with this high-resolution image of the 224-foot medieval masterpiece, which chronicles the 1066 conquest of England.
Take a personal tour of Vincent van Gogh’s works with the Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam’s seven-part virtual series.Tweet