The word arts is a noun. Arts means (1) studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills).
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word arts.
- Arts Information Guide
information guide features information on the visual arts, performing arts, and culinary arts, as well as links to art colleges.
- Visual Arts Guide
This visual arts
guide contains information about photography and the fine arts, as well as links to visual arts products and related sites.
- Brooklyn Arts Council
The Brooklyn Arts
Council in Brooklyn, NY, presents arts
events, gives grants, trains artists, teaches students, and provides a directory of arts organizations.
- Arts Information Guide
guide comprises hundreds of carefully selected and categorized web pages about various arts-related topics.
- Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Located in New York City, this is the world's premier performing arts
center. It is made up of 12 organizations including the Lincoln Center Theater and the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, which have links on the site. Website lists upcoming events and information for visitors.
Art takes many forms and is enjoyed by many people. Find a helpful directory of fine art, photography, design, and other art-related links for all 50 states.
- Visual Arts Directory
Browse this visual
arts directory to find visual arts product and service providers throughout the USA. The photograph on the home page shows colored pencil points.
- Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences
FAS encompasses Harvard College, the Graduate School of Arts
and Sciences, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Division of Continuing Education. The website describes the museums and institutes also connected to FAS. FAS receives over 22,000 applications a year and enrolls about 1600. 64% of new students are from public schools. Much more information about FAS on the website.
- Museum of Arts & Design
Formerly the American Craft Museum. Located in New York City. Dedicated to collecting and exhibiting objects in clay, glass, wood, metal and fiber.
- US Regional Arts Organizations
Six non-profit entities that encourage and support arts
development and programs on a regional basis.
- EA (Electronic Arts)
EA was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California. It is an interactive entertainment software company. The company develops, publishes, and distributes the software worldwide for videogame systems, personal computers, cellular handsets and the internet. EA supports the ratings of the ESRB rating system. The website lists all games and how to download.
- Nancy Doyle Fine Arts
Provides online art instruction, including a section on drawing. Members can submit work for an online gallery. Also a section on art appreciation and a glossary of art terms.
- Art Schools
Art schools educate students in the visual arts, including art education, ceramics, painting, sculpture, studio art, and graphic design. Page includes an art and design school directory.
AllPosters, located in Berkeley, California and founded in 1998, sells posters from around the world. They have available several million prints and posters and also offer framing services. Users can search for a specific artist or painting or can browse from categories such as movies, music, sports, college, vintage, photography, fine arts, and best sellers.
- John C. Campbell Folk School
John C. Campbell Folk School, located in Brasstown, North Carolina, offers year-round weekend and weeklong classes for adults in arts
and crafts, music and dance, cooking and gardening, as well as nature studies, photography and writing.
- Art School Directory
Browse this art school directory for information about art schools in the United States of America. The photograph on this page shows Hartford Art School in West Hartford, Connecticut.
- Architecture Guide
This guide to architecture provides a brief history of the profession and helpful links to selected residential, commercial, and landscape architects.
- BalletMet Columbus
Since 1978, this organization has provided artistic excellence in the field of dance to the Central Ohio region.
- Make: Technology on Your Time
Make is a hybrid magazine/book (a Mook) published quarterly that brings the do-it-yourself mindset to technology. Make is a product of O'Reilly, which also publishes the Hack Book series. The website contains information from the volumes of the Mook--e.g., vol. 11 is all about building alternative vehicles. There are also blogs, podcasts, a store, and projects.
- Artnet - Art Galleries, Artworks, and Events
Listing of galleries by categories including fine arts, design, decorative arts
and antiques, exhibitions, and art fairs and new galleries.
- Washington University in St Louis
Washington University, founded in 1853, is a medium-sized, independent university. There are almost 11,000 students and 3000 faculty. Besides arts
and sciences, WU has graduate programs in Business, Design & Visual Arts, Architecture, Engineering, Law, Medicine, and Social Work.
- SVA NYC
The School of Visual Arts is a fine arts
and graphic design school in New York City. Starting as a trade school with 3 instructors and 35 students, SVA has grown into a dynamic, multidisciplinary institution with more than 1,000 faculty members and over 4,000 student body members, representing 44 states and 71 foreign countries. For more than 60 years, the College has been an integral part of New York City's cultural life.
- Yahoo Answers
Source for finding answers to questions of any sort. Provides subject categories that include arts, beauty, pets, best-of questions, and many more.
- The Tech
The Tech is MIT's oldest and largest newspaper and the first newspaper published on the web. It is published by MIT students. The paper, published twice a week during the school year, has news at MIT and the world, opinion, arts, restaurant reviews, sports, campus life, photos, and more. There are also links to all the works of Shakespeare, Classical Literature, and other projects.
- AIGA: The Professional Association for Design
AIGA was founded as the American Institute of Graphic Arts
in 1914. Now it represents more than 19,000 designers. AIGA provides five main functions for designers: information, communication, inspiration, validation, and representation. On the website, designers can find out how to join the AIGA and information about competitions, events, publications, and much more.
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Still Life: Examples of The Arts
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