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BTC: Arts Websites for Teachers

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Subject Specialist
Would you like to suggest a website to add to this list? Email Mrs. McDaniel at

Michele McDaniel
Ballenger Teacher Center (BTC) Coordinator
Subject Specialist for Education, Counseling, and Student Development
BTC Phone: 217-581-8442
Office Phone (voicemail): 217-581-6099
General Sites
Helps teachers and students use all of the arts to share and gain access to information, resources, and ideas across the curriculum.
Visual Arts
Art21 is a PBS program that "provides unparalleled access to the most innovative artists of our time, revealing how artists engage the culture around them and how art allows viewers to see the world in new ways."

Check out these video resources for using ArtBabble in the classroom. Here is a guide with tips for using ArtBabble in the classroom.

ArtBabble for Kids
A collection of ArtBabble videos suitable for use with children.

A comprehensive index of every artist represented at hundreds of museum sites, image archives, and other online resources.

Getty Arts Center
This site includes lesson plans, curriculum ideas, image galleries, and more.

Guggenheim: Learning Through Art Curriculum
A variety of art investigations related to themes based on a specific work of art.

Guggenheim: Resource Units
Downlodable resources units on specific artists and themes.

A large collection of art lessons and activities for all ages.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art's resources for educators includes lesson plans and curriculum resources.