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The Museum of School Art (Student Artwork)
http://www5f.biglobe.ne.jp/~eLearning/Schoolgallery.htm
The Museum of School Art, Tokyo; aims to promote children's culture in the world and to deepen interchange of people through school arts.
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My Place Asia Australia
http://www.asiaeducation.edu.au/sites/myplace/gallery/gallery.htm
My Place Asia Australia
My Place Asia Australia website is for teachers and students across the middle years of schooling. The site has been designed to incorporate key curriculum guidelines outlined in the Studies of Asia Statement for Australian Schools and provide ideas for teachers in the Visual Arts and Society and Environment learning areas.
The Art Gallery displays over 100 artworks and stories about special places in the lives of young people from schools across Australia, China, Korea and India.
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Sheezyart
http://www.sheezyart.com
Sheezyart
Website (Social Network) for devoted artists who upload their work for the world to comment and see.
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Art Exhibition Centre in Second Life
http://www.vimeo.com/1170631
Mindscape Project - Art Exhibition Centre in Second Life
From January to May '08 ten college students from Trento (Italy) imagined and created an art exhibition centre (inspired by a Depero's painting) in the virtual world of Second Life.
This video shows the tour of the finished work, guided by the students.
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TheBroth. Enter a world of live art
http://www.thebroth.com
TheBroth. Enter a world of live art
Create artworks together with others from all around the world
Get recognition for your artworks in the gallery
Graffiti mode | Mosaic mode |
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Global Childrens Art Gallery : Online
http://naturalchild.com/gallery/
Global Childrens Art Gallery : Online
Submit your own artwork for display.
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Art & Design at KS3, KS4, GCSE & AS/A2 level by Julia Stubbs
http://www.juliastubbs.co.uk/
Artwork by students at KS3 to KS4 (age 11-14), GCSE (15), AS (16) and A2 level (17). There is also some primary school work.
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ArtSonia
http://www.artsonia.com/
ArtSonia - The World's Largest Art Museum for Young Artists
Integrate technology into the classroom: Teachers and students can engage in creative art projects around a wide range of social, cultural, artistic and other scholastic themes. They can then scan, process and publish their artwork on Artsonia - the largest student art museum on the Internet.
Develop multi-cultural understanding: Classrooms can engage in "virtual field trips" within Artsonia to view the artwork of other students, interact with them and develop an understanding of how other students live, learn, and play.
Increase parental involvement in their children's education: Parents and extended family members can come to Artsonia to see their children's creative work, provide them encouragement and appreciation online, and engage them in a dialog around their education and accomplishments.
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