Children's Art Links
http://www.arts.endow.gov/partner/index.html -- National Endowment for the Arts partnership information
http://www.artresourcesinteaching.org/ -- Art Resources in Teaching
http://www.capeweb.org/cape/capenav.nsf?Open -- Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education
http://www.artsmart.org/ -- Illinois Alliance for Arts Education
http://www.mcachicago.org/ -- Chicago Museum of Modern Art
http://www.mfacmchicago.org/education/index.htm -- Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum
http://www.urbangateways.org -- Urban Gateways Center for Arts Education
http://www.whirlwind-results.org/ -- Whirlwind: Basic Skills Through the Arts
The Art History Network: http://www.arthistory.net/
A great resource for art history, archeology, and architecture information. They’ve got links to several dozen maganizines's websites, a few free image sites, several organizations, employment resources, and a few email/forum/chat discussion groups. The site would probably be overwhelming to young kids, but would be helpful to high school kids doing research, or teachers and parents looking for resources.

Magic Pencil - Children's Book Illustration: http://portico.bl.uk/whatson/exhibitions/magicpencil/home.html
An exhibit from the British Library. The site describes itself as, "Magic Pencil – Children’s Book Illustration Today is a display of more than 300 paintings and drawings for children by Britain’s ‘starriest’ illustrators. It examines how and why they work. It also shows that the strong tradition of British children's book illustration is actively flourishing in the 21st century." Overall the site is well designed and really neat.


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