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RE: Great sites on IAD -- Some new to you


From: Robin Singer (RSinger_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Mar 19 2003 - 10:56:10 PST

Judy, you had a great site online, garden something for kids. It was all
famous paintings with lessons. I must have lost it, can you e-mail it again
for me. Thanx, robin p.s. all your info. is so valuable!! I enjoy

-----Original Message-----
From: Judy Decker []
Sent: Thursday, February 20, 2003 7:50 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Great sites on IAD -- Some new to you

I know I said I wasn't going to post the updates to Great Sites...but some
of them are new to the list...and are worth checking -- They will be
featured at least through the end of this month:

The Curse of Tut: Fact or Myth
Learn about the fascinating life of King Tut. See pictures in the Tomb.
Solve the Lock Key Puzzle to see Tut smile. Students can learn the facts
behind the myth and decide for themselves about the truth of the curse. They
can decode the hieroglyphs to write their names.

Also check Why is the Mona Lisa Smiling? Now at a new address.

The Color Pencil Challenge
Learn something new -- develop your techniques ... Each month at the Color
Pencil Challenge, they offer a lesson from a professional artist designed to
challenge you to try a new technique and create something you never thought
possible before. A must see site for any art educator.

Giga Palette
Site dedicated to the collaboration of the Visual Arts and Technology.
Innovative projects that promote creative self-expression and divergent

ARTiculation: Learning To Look At Art
A comprehensive program designed to teach art criticism. Program contains
over 50 printable and online activities!

History Of Photomontage
It traces the beginnings of this fascinating area of art history from
Victorian experiments, through the phenomenal creativity of the artists of
Berlin Dada who made it into an art form, to the political propaganda of
1980s antinuclear activists.

I will be adding the new ones to my iste as well.