The oldest art education website out there, Incredible Art Department provides a vast array of resources, from lesson plans and art curriculum to examples of exemplary art education and an “Art Teacher Toolkit.”
Not only is The Getty an excellent field trip destination, but their education department provides a variety of high quality resources to explore the arts within your classroom. On their website, you can access Common Core-aligned lessons as well as get tips for incorporating art-based lessons into your curriculum.
ArtsEdge is the Kennedy Center’s educational media arm. They support arts-based student learning and their collection of free digital resources includes lesson plans, video clips, audio stories, and interactive online modules.
This webpage links you to a number of other art education resources for lesson plans, assessment ideas, and more!
The Music Center is one of the largest performing arts complexes in the United States. Located in downtown Los Angeles, it is home to the world famous Walt Disney Concert Hall as well as a host of other amazing venues. Every month the Music Center puts on several free performances, in addition to year round […]
LOS ANGELES ART DATA COLLECTIONS APRIl 27, 2018. We are delighted to share the final report and toolkit on the 2017 datathon on arts access. The report tells what we did and how we did it. The toolkit offers informative tips for any organization click here for more info