OER-Arts-intermediate

OER-Arts-intermediate

The Aga Khan Trust for Culture and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) worked together to create this resource, which they describe as the "largest open, online architectural library." These digital archives cover architecture, urbanism, environmental and landscape design, visual culture, and conservation issues with a focus on...

This collection from the library at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich contains around 3 million images for informational and educational use, many of which are available as free high-quality downloads. The images illustrate the scientific and technical history of Switzerland, the countryside and geography of Switzerland, and...

With titles and covers from the 19th and 20th century, this online portion of the Brooklyn Public Library's Brooklyn Sheet Music Collection lets students explore the music and culture of decades past. Covers sorted by artist, year or title are supplemented with links to related articles from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle archive. These...

With five titles fully available for perusal online, the Brooklyn Public Library's "What Shall We Read to the Children" offers a glimpse into children's literature over 100 years ago. Beautifully illustrated books are contextualized with information about their authors and historic background, making them an educational experience as well as a...

The Brooklyn Theater Playbills and Programs Collection, hosted at the Brooklyn Public Library, contains about 800 pieces of local theater history from the late 1880s to the 1940s. Selected covers from the collection are available online; students can expore a selection of programs to learn about culture, art, and daily life in Brooklyn in the...

Trade cards were early versions of modern business cards: printed notices of goods and services for sale that often included colorful illustrations. Through the Brooklyn Public Library's Fulton Street Trade Card Collection, students can explore cards from the late 18th and early 19th century to learn about commerce, art, and daily life in...

The MoMA has partnered up with Coursera to help expand and/or introduce art into classrooms for grades 4-...

The National Gallery of Art has over 45,000 digital images of works of art. The gallery has made the images available to use in...

Explore materials from libraries and cultural heritage institutions that document the rich history of New York’s Hudson River Valley. Discover photographs, diaries, correspondence, artwork, publications, oral history interviews, and more that contribute to the story of the...

This site provides an alternative way of browsing the 1940s. NYPL's incredible Photographic Views of New York City, 1870s-1970s collection. Its goal is to help you discover the history...

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