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The Color Wheel: https://online.maryville.edu/liberal-arts-degrees/the-art-of-color/ [Thank you, Ava Brown]
Art Institute, Chicago. Thank you for the link, Ms. Gold: http://www.homeadvisor.com/r/art-institute-chicago/
- Olympic Arts Calendar: http://www.olympicartscalendar.org
- Northwind Arts Center, Port Townsend:
- Olympic Peninsula Community Museum:
- The Sequim School District Web site
County Historical Society: http://www.jchsmuseum.org/
Schoolhouse - A link to the Dungeness Schoolhouse, an
affiliate of the Museum and Arts Center.
Sequim-Web - The
Sequim community on the web - Serving the community since 2000.
Whole Gallery - A Fine Art Gallery Featuring the Artistic Talent of Washington's North Olympic Peninsula
River Audubon Center - At Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim <
Chamber of Commerce
Visit Sun - Information
for Sequim visitors
Angeles Fine Art Center
- See site for address, exhibits, etc.
Museums in Washington State
Museum - Museum of Natural History and Culture at the University of
Washington in Seattle
distributed directory of on-line museums: http://icom.museum/vlmp/
- from the Virtual Library Museum pages.
- Based at the University of Albany in New York,
Talking History is an
Internet radio show that focuses on many different aspects of History. The
weekly program aims to provide teachers, students and the general public
with insight into our past through a wide variety of aural history
resources. Browse the Talking History website, then download an mp3
broadcast of one of their more recent radio shows. The site has a large
collection of documentaries, speeches, debates and oral histories that cover
a range of historical subjects from Theodore Roosevelt to the "History
of Advertising in America". http://www.talkinghistory.org/
- History buffs will love this cool site, which is an online compendium of our
nation's history. Digital History uses new technologies to help
teachers, students, and researchers with the study of United States History.
The Digital History website is filled with fascinating features, including
E-lectures, virtual exhibitions, and a jaw-dropping Interactive Timeline of
American history and evolution. Don't miss the section entitled "Ethnic
Voices", which tells the stories of Asian, African, Mexican and Native
Americans over the past five centuries.
- For Fun:
The Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City, CA.
- HistoryLink is a free public and educational resource produced by History
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- Other Museum Links -
Source: eMaps (emaps.com)
Colonial Williamsburg |
Computer Museum History Center |
Metropolitan Museum of Art |
Museum of Modern Art |
National Gallery of Art |
National History Museum of London |
National Zoo |
Prado | Smithsonian Institution
From the Art Encyclopedia <