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Art (Modern and Contemporary)
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About.com: Visual Arts & Design Sites (extensive links organized by individuals serving as "guides" to topics) (About.com, Inc.)
ADAM ("information gateway to quality-assured resources on the internet in art, design, architecture & media"; searchable database) (Tony Gill, et al.)
Akrylic (online resource for contemporary art criticism) (Randy Gladman, Contributing Editor)
Ambrosiana Archive (inventory-catalogue and online versions of the 12,000 drawings in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan) (Robert Randolf Coleman, U. Notre Dame)
Americans for the Arts (organization for advancing the arts in America)
Art-Atlas.Net: The International Art Directory (wide-ranging site for art and the art profession; in English and French) (Michel Kisinis)
ArtCult (in English and French)
ArtDaily ("the first art newspaper on the net")
Art Deadlines List (a monthly newsletter providing info about jury exhibitions and competitions)
ART in Flux (well-developed directory of resources for research in contemporary art) (Cheryl Shurtleff, Boise State U.)
Art in the 20th Century (virtual library includes information on archives, artists, collections and many other resources for 20th c. art) (Co Seegers, My Virtual Art Library)
Artists' Window (online resources for artists and art collectors)
artnetweb ("a network of people and projects investigating new media in the practice of art")
Art on Screen (rich site of information and resources relating to the film/video presentation of the visual arts) (Program for Art on Film, Columbia U.)
Art on the Net (with artists' studios and a gallery)
Art on the Web (extensive compilation of art and art-history resources, including online courses, image collections) (Jeffery Howe)
ArtScope.net ("interactive on-line virtual community for the visual and performing arts"; includes links and resources, gallery and theater show schedules, reviews, etc.)
ArtsEdge Network (major online arts & education initiative) (JFK Center for the Performing Arts & NEH)
ArtsEdNet (arts education resource for K-12 teachers and other educators, including classroom materials with images and discussions with artists and colleagues) (Getty Center for Education in the Arts)
ArtSource (online resources for art and architecture)
Arts Site of the Day (Markus Kruse, Ohio State U. at Newark)
ArtSupport (online resource for fine art photography)
ArtsUSA: American Council for the Arts (arts advocacy resources)
Castano's Bookmarks (extensive, well-organized general art site; especially good for art and technology) (Jo-Ann E. Castano)
Center for Safety in the Arts 
Clearinghouse of Image Databases & IMAGELIB Listserv Archives (online directory of image databases) (U. Arizona Library)
Corbis (on-line gallery of Microsoft chairman Bill Gates's Corbis company, which has acquired digital rights to many of the world's art and other images)
Die Düsseldorfer Virtuelle Bibliothek: Kunstwissenschaft (in German) (U. Düsseldorf)
DIVA: Digital Images for the Visual Arts (good resource for Australian art and architecture) (Monash Univ.)
EServer: Art & Architecture 
Eyebeam: Support for the Digital Arts (explores intersections between arts and sciences) (Eyebeam Atelier, NYC)
FineArt Forum Directory of Online Art Resources (Jane Elizabeth Patterson)
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Art Imagebase (over 82,000 digitized images in a searchable database)
Getty Research Institute (information on research and the research institute at the J. Paul Getty Museum)
Humanities and Arts on the Information Highway: A National Initiative (Getty AHIP/ACLS/Coalition of Networked Info)
Humanities Faculty and Research Positions: Art History (Chronicle of Higher Education)
The Imaginary Museum (contemporary art museum professionals discuss architecture and display issues within their institutions, presented in streaming audio with images) (David Clegg)
The Incredible Art Department ("the complete resource for students and teachers of the visual arts") (Ken Rohrer)
International Sculpture Center (and International Sculpture Magazine) 
Internet ArtResources (information on galleries, artists, exhibitions, museums and more) (Sound Data, Inc.)
Kisinis Web Art: Le site des Arts et des Artistes (in French and English) (Michel Kisinis)
Korea Web: Art (information and extensive links to online resources for Korean art) (Frank Hoffmann, Harvard University)
Max's Art Hub (Max Edward Cordonnier)
Margaret L. McLaughlin (USC), "The Art Site on the WWW" 
National Endowment for the Arts (U.S.) 
New York Foundation for the Arts Interactive (news and information about contemporary art)
Northern California Council of the National Museum of Women in the Arts 
Notebook (continually developing conpendium of art concepts with definitions; includes collection of general-resource
Occupational Outlook Handbook: Visual Artists (detailed description of what various visual-art jobs involve and forecasts for employment opportunities through 2005) (U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Pintores Mexicanos (biographies and works of Mexican artists) (in Spanish)
Postmodernism, Interactivity, Cyberculture, and Art: Online Resources (Wendy Gale Robinson, U. North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Duke U.)
Resources of Scholarly Societies - Fine Arts (links to fine arts societies worldwide) (U. Waterloo)
SIRIS: Smithsonian Institution Research Information System (Smithsonian Libraries catalogs, Research Bibliographies, Inventory of American painting, Inventory of American sculpture) (telnet; no login required)
The Thing: New York City 
Toxic Art Materials (health and safety artist resource covering such topics as health issues, specific materials, hazardous pigments, etc.; part of a commercial site "specializing in non-toxic art supplies") (Terri L. Baugh Norman)
Julie Van Camp (Calif. State U., Long Beach), "Indecency On the Internet: Lessons from the Art World" (1996) 
Van Eyck Project (Visual Arts Network for the Exchange of Cultural Knowledge) (description of planned, cross-library art photo archive project) (EC Libraries Programme, Luxembourg)
Visual Resources Association ("the international organization of image media professionals")
WebMuseum (formerly WebLouvre) 
WebMuseum: Artist Index (extensive page of links relevant to well-known past artists)
Caril Chasens Where is the New Movement: Links (links to online resources for new art movements)
Jacques Edouard Berger Foundation: World Art Treasures (in French and English)
World Wide Arts Resources (large site offers extensive information on art history, contemporary art, art news and more) (absolutearts.com)
Xplore Arts ("a gallery of galleries. You can view classical artwork or neo-avant garde stuff, submit your own art, or add to an evolving collaborative story") (Xplore, Inc.)

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