There are 30 Art web directory related resources in this category!

  • Museum of Kids Art
    Houses a whole gallery of art done by minors, some of them paintings, some of them sculpture.
    http://museumofkidsart.org/

  • Albright-Knox Artgames
    Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY, offers kids the possibilities to experience artworks in an interactive, virtual environment and play diverse educational games with the intention of teaching them about art.
    http://www.kids.albrightknox.org/

  • Art Projects for Kids
    Kids can learn to create artworks inspired by the masters;
    http://www.artprojectsforkids.org/

  • Colors of India
    Kids can learn here about the arts in India. Furthermore, there is a page that lets kids and adults alike learn new types of calligraphy.
    http://www.colorsofindia.com/

  • Crayola
    Online shop for crayons, markers and other coloring and drawing instruments for kids. There are also a lot of interactive resources like games and coloring books available.
    http://www.crayola.com/

  • Creative Art Space for Kids Foundation
    Kids can find a lot of resources on the website pertaining to all art-related stuff. Exhibitions from kids are presented, along with options to enroll in art classes at the foundation.
    http://www.creativeartspaceforkids.org/

  • Drawing Lessons
    About.com's page on drawing lessons for kids. Basics are covered extensively through articles and discussions related to drawing.
    http://drawsketch.about.com/

  • Express Yourself 101
    Website dedicated to writers and illustrators of children stories and fairy tales. Children can meet the people behind their favorite stories.
    http://expressyourself101.com/

  • Funology
    Virtual art portal designed especially for kids. Here they can play games, engage in trivia and find out numerous art-related news and information. There's also a list of jokes which will keep kids entertained.
    http://www.funology.com/

  • Get to Know
    Contest-based website which asks kids to go and explore nature - weather in a wild zone or in an organized environment and create art projects based on it. Artworks include: paintings, photography and writing.
    http://www.get-to-know.org/

  • Kid Printables
    Website that offers parents a whole array of printable images which children can then color. Online games, puzzles and other interactive features are available as well.
    http://www.kidprintables.com/

  • Kids Art
    Supplying art teaching material to both parents and teachers since 1986. Among other things, they provide lessons for children, of which one teaches how to imitate the works of historical artists.
    http://kidsart.com/

  • Kids on the Net
    Comprehensive portal for all things related to kids writing. Children can submit their own stories or read stories submitted by others. Jokes, news and How To articles on writing also available.
    http://www.kidsonthenet.org.uk/

  • KidsArt Fine Art Classes
    Teaches fine art techniques to people age four to adult. Studios are located all over California and in the Seattle area; and they have summer camps, too.
    http://kidsartclasses.com/

  • Mark Kistler's Imagination Station
    An educational website dedicated to teach kids how to create 3D drawings and representations. Tutorials, summer camps and webcast lessons are available for all those interested.
    http://www.draw3d.com/

  • National Gallery of Canada
    The National Gallery of Canada's official website. Includes the Artissimo section dedicated to kids which can play educational games and see artwork created and developed at the Artissimo kiosk within the actual gallery.
    http://www.gallery.ca

  • Notebook
    Learning portal for art newcomers. Here they will learn about the basics behind visual arts. References and general information provided on the website.
    http://www.noteaccess.com/

  • One Picture a Day
    A blog dedicated to post at least one picture every day. The images are meant to inspire aspiring photographers to dedicate more time and pay more attention to this form of art.
    http://o-pad.blogspot.ro/

  • Scholastic
    Resource for people interested in getting their kids engaged in writing. There is plenty of information for families, parents and kids in this direction on the website.
    http://www.scholastic.com/expo/

  • SOCAPA
    Summer Arts Camps for Teens dedicated to film, acting, dance and photography teaching. Details about their program and opportunities, along with registration procedures can be found on the website.
    http://www.socapa.org/

  • Teen Voices
    Provides girls with the opportunity to voice their opinions. Using all media opportunities, girls are given the chance to influence social change in the world.
    http://www.teenvoices.com/

  • Tikatok
    An online publishing website that allows kids to present and distribute their works. They can send literary works and illustrations they have made which will be published for free on the website.
    http://www.tikatok.com/

  • Women Artists in Canada
    Information resource for women artists in Canada. It provides very crucial information for those who are interested, especially for girls looking to become artists themselves.
    http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/women/index-e.html

  • Write4Fun
    Targeted at USA and Australia students, the website offers poetry and short story competitions for kids. Constant updates are offered so kids will know when and what to post in order to participate.
    http://www.write4fun.net/

  • Writing Circle
    A website where children can read other children's stories or even submit their own. Aside from that, it's a news portal and a joke portal for kids.
    http://circle.nypo.org/

  • YMA Digital Photography
    Young Musicians and Artists page dedicated to photography teaching. From the 6th to the 12th grade, students can enroll for courses which will teach them about exposure, composition and printing photographs.
    http://ymainc.org/programs/photography/

  • Young Artists Workshops - Main Media
    Educational community dedicated to help high school students step into the world of arts. Information about their projects, admission and galleries is found on the website.
    http://www.mainemedia.edu/workshops/young-artists

  • Young Poets
    Resource for kids ages 7-18 where they can add their own poetry works. Also provided are online games, links to other literature works and cartoon reviews.
    http://www.loriswebs.com/youngpoets/

  • Young Writers Online
    Forum-based website for young writers. Here they can share their works and let others rate and review them. The point is to expand their craft and their writing aptitudes.
    http://www.youngwritersonline.net/

  • Zinglers
    Under the motto "Every child is a PERSONALITY", Zinglers focuses on providing children with learning opportunities. It focuses on education and formation in the arts.
    http://zinglers.com/

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