Arts High School Open Educational Resources

Arts High School Open Educational Resources

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...

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