Virtual Arts Resources

Opportunity

Platform

Host

Description

Upcoming Events

Queer Voices Writing Circles

 

April 17th and April 24th

Online

Hennepin County Library

Join Queer Voices curators Sherrie Fernandez-Williams and Lisa Marie Brimmer as they facilitate writing circles: collective space for community building, sharing knowledge, and sharing work! This space is not about critique, but about the admiration of the sentences and more generative moments in the writing process. Come with your writing tools and something yummy to drink or eat. We'll spend two hours grounding in the archive, responding to writing prompts, and sharing back in community. The writing circles will be held on April 17th and April 24th. You are welcome to come to both sessions or just one of the sessions.

 

Registration is required. Register at the following link: Registration for Queer Voices Writing Circles

Twin Cities Pride Art Exhibition- Submissions due by July 15th

Online Twin Cities Pride

Opportunity to be featured in 2021 Twin Cities Pride Festival's virtual art exhibition. Artists are able to submit artwork of four different categories: Photography, painting, mixed media, and drawing Each artist may submit up to three pieces in total. Diptychs will be considered as two pieces and triptychs as three pieces; they will be submitted and juried all together. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and to promote social distancing. The View of the entire exhibition will be done Virtually. Artwork will be selected by a panel of jurors, professionals in the specific art domains and by one member of the community. Please send submissions to Lys.Akerman-Frank@tcpride.org.

ARTIFICIAL WORLD outdoor art show

 

May 15, 1-7 PM

 

Minneapolis, MN

Free outdoor in person event at Grumpys’ Bar and Grill in NE Minneapolis

 

2200 4th St NE 
Minneapolis, MN 55418

Grumpy’s Bar and Grill

Come down to Grumpy's in Northeast Minneapolis for their first outdoor art show of the season, featuring works from 11 local artists. Free to the public!

Open Studio From Home

March 20, 11-11:40 AM

Upcoming:

March 27

April 10

April 17

April 24

May 1

 

Online, via Zoom

Whitney Museum of American Art

You are invited to Open Studio From Home, free weekly online art classes with Whitney educators! Participants will experiment, create, and learn together with at-home art materials.  

In this special Open Studio From Home, we will be joined by award-winning Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas. Together we will celebrate the publication of her new book, Eyes Open: 23 Photography Projects for Curious Kids (Aperture, 2021)! Eyes Open presents fun projects that encourage kids to explore the world around them through photography. Meiselas says, “The camera can be a way of connecting to people and places while also expressing yourself.”

We will take a look inside Eyes Open and hear from Susan Meiselas herself. Then, we will explore photography together as we respond to one of the prompts featured in the book. 

This special Open Studio from Home is presented in collaboration with Aperture. 

Ongoing programming

Apps/Technology

Tromaramix

App

iPad

Learn how to use stop-motion animation to make things move, multiply, and disappear using this iPad app from the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia.

Lessons and Skill-Development

Monthly / serial arts programming

Virtual Open Studios

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Inspired by Mia’s Free Open Studios, browse how-to videos and projects with step-by-step instructions to create your own artworks.

Virtual Family Day

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Every second Sunday of the month, Mia hosts a free monthly event for families, kids, and the young at heart featuring virtual hands-on art activities, music, dance performances, artist demonstrations, and more — all inspired by Mia’s incredible collection.

Free First Saturday At Home

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Walker Art Center

All the fun you experience at Free First Saturday is now online! Here you can find performances, art-making activities, kids’ films, and interactive workshops—all designed especially for you and your family to do from home.

This Is Minnesota Orchestra

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minnesota Orchestra

A series of Friday night concert broadcasts live from Orchestra Hall, hosted by Sarah Hicks.

Drawing and Illustrating

A Choice of Weapons Activity Guide

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minnesota Museum of American Art

Using this self-guided activity packet, people of all ages can process the images and concepts represented in A Choice of Weapons, Honor and Dignity: The Visions of Gordon Parks and Jamel Shabazz.

Queer Art History

LGBTI

Web

Queer Art History

Submit your artwork to be featured here on Queer Art History, regardless if you've just picked up your paint brush yesterday, or have been working for a long time.

Chance Drawing

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Walker Art Center

Some artists use chance to create their works—and now you can too. Try both of these fun activities! For ages 4 and up. Downloadable PDF materials.

MCA Moment Intro to Perspective Drawing

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Join Saint Mary's University of Minnesota student and Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) intern, Grace Gillis for a drawing lesson. During this video Grace introduces one point perspective drawing.

MCA Moment One Point Perspective Drawing Lesson 2

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Join Saint Mary's University of Minnesota student and Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) intern, Grace Gillis for a drawing lesson. During this video Grace dives deeper into one point perspective drawing.

MCA Moment – Circle Doodles

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Join Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) instructor, Lisa Douglas for a doodling demonstration. During this video Lisa demonstrates and breaks down the process of using simple lines, shapes, and patterns to create beautiful designs.

Virtual Drop-In Drawing

Facebook

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

A series of video sessions to develop your drawing skills.

Drop-by Drawing

Web

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

A how-to video series on sketching

Reclaiming the Gaze: Self-Portrait Workshop

YouTube

Sarabande Foundation

Artist Shannon Bono will deliver a self-portrait online class incorporating fun drawing techniques, colour and art therapy. Grab your favourite mirror and find some flattering lighting because in this 50min session Shannon will use traditional life drawing techniques to help us all reclaim the gaze and control our own narratives through self-portraiture.

Quarantine Art Club

Web, YouTube, Instagram

Carson Ellis

Award-winning illustrator Carson Ellis posts images, instructional YouTube videos, and daily art prompts, encouraging visitors to complete the projects along with her.

Painting

In the Studio- post war abstract painting

Online course

MoMA

Want to know how some of the 20th century’s most celebrated artists made abstract paintings? This course offers an in-depth, hands-on look at the materials, techniques, and approaches of seven New York School artists, including Willem de Kooning, Yayoi Kusama, Agnes Martin, Barnett Newman, Jackson Pollock, Ad Reinhardt, and Mark Rothko.

Hands-On Art History: All About Paintings

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Learn about some artworks in Mia’s collection, then get hands-on making your own paintings!

Scratch Painting

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Use toothpicks or skewers to create a layered work of art. Includes an instructional video.

Kinetic Painting

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Walker Art Center

Be inspired by artist Olafur Eliasson and create your own abstract painting using movement. For all ages. Downloadable PDF materials.

Mirror Party!

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Walker Art Center

Create your own Mirror Painting like artist Michelangelo Pistoletto and you can be inside the art! For all ages. Downloadable PDF materials.

Create: Color in Abstract Art

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Walker Art Center

Step-by-step instructions for creating your own marbled paper.

How To | Tate

YouTube

Tate Modern, London

Tate’s “How To” series shows how great artists made their masterpieces, with many videos focusing on painting

Watercolor Workshop: Minnesota Agates

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Discover the significance of Minnesota Agates through watercolor painting. In this free online workshop, the instructor, artist Chelsea Novotny, will discuss the formation and collection of agates.

Watercolor Resist Painting

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Follow along this how-to video to make your own watercolor painting.

Pottery and Ceramics

How To | Tate

YouTube

Tate Modern, London

Tate’s “How To” series shows how great artists made their masterpieces, including “How to Make a Pot Like Grayson Perry” and “How to Cast Like Whiteread.”

Northern Clay Center

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Northern Clay Center

The Minneapolis-based Northern Clay Center has a YouTube channel including several instructional videos and workshops.

Sculpture

Papier Mache Paste

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Learn how to make papier mache paste to design your own creations. Two instructional videos: one to make the paste, one to create sculptures using papier mache.

Simple Hand Puppet

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Learn how to make a simple hand puppet using the papier mache techniques from the previous activity. Includes an instructional video.

Printmaking and Book Arts

How To | Tate

YouTube

Tate Modern, London

Tate’s “How To” series shows how great artists made their masterpieces, including “How to Print Like Warhol”

Bookbinding at Home

YouTube

Sarabande Foundation

Make your own artist journal at home! Save money on costly sketchbooks with a book-binding class from Paloma Tendero, using materials you have around the house. Paloma will teach two techniques; Single Section binding which uses only one row of stitching to group the pages - either saddle stitch or hitch stitch and Japanese binding for use binding single sheets of paper, where the thread creates a beautiful pattern.

Printmaking at Home

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Highpoint Center for Printmaking

Videos on how to make different types of prints at home using common art supplies.

Photography and Videography

Nikon School Online

Web

Nikon

After quickly registering, anyone can access Nikon instructional videos to develop and practice their photography and video skills.

Seeing Through Photographs

Web

Museum of Modern Art

This 16-hour course offered through Coursera focuses primarily on photography appreciation but may also improve your photography skills. Subtitles: French, Serbian, Chinese (Simplified), Italian, Russian, English, Spanish

Digital/Graphic Design and Comic Art

Comic of Our Fears

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Use this activity developed by artist Anavi Mullick to help you process your feelings and fears.

Drawing on Adobe Illustrator

YouTube

Sarabande Foundation

Resident artist Berke Yazicioglu will be showing you how to create a vector drawing on Adobe Illustrator. A class that’s suitable for adobe first-timers or those with some experience, Berke will cover various features including smart guides, layering, and stroke profiles; teaching you how to use them to obtain articulate shapes and perfect curves.

Learn about Comic Creation . . . For Free!

Web

Creative Comic Art

This website provides many tutorials and lessons for people who want to learn to draw and public comics.

Coloring

Queer Coloring Book Pages

LGBTI

Web

New Haven Pride Center

The New Haven Pride Center, as part of its special covid-19 programming, has collected a folder of queer coloring book pages

GLSEN LGBTQ History Coloring Book

LGBTI

Web

GLSEN (fka Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network)

GLSEN’s LGBTQ History Coloring Book features leaders and groundbreaking events in American history that highlight people with LGBTQ identities.

Art Adventure Coloring Pages

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Coloring pages inspired by the artworks in Mia’s collection

Frank Big Bear Coloring Book

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Walker Art Center

This limited-edition coloring book was made just for you by Frank Big Bear from his original pencil drawings. Teens from the Little Earth Arts Collective wrote the text inspired by the images.

Coloring Book Pages

Web

Art Institute of Chicago

Spend some time with icons of the Art Institute’s collection with these these printable coloring pages featuring La Grande JatteNighthawksThe Great Wave, and more.

Video and Filmmaking

Script to Screen

YouTube

Sarabande Foundation

Everything you need to know before you get rolling. You’ve got your idea, but how do you get it onto the screen? It doesn’t matter if you’re embarking on your first feature or short or if you’re a filmmaking veteran, the importance of production development should never be underestimated. How do you budget? Where do you go to to finance your film? What team and equipment do you need? Listen to industry experts, Olivier Kaempfer, BAFTA-nominated producer and Founder of Parkville Pictures, Amy Jackson, Producer and Former Head of Production at See Saw films, and Fiona Lamptey, Producer & Founder of Fruit Tree Media.

Get Your Film Seen

YouTube

Sarabande Foundation

NOWNESS and Dazed's Bunney Kinney teams up with music video director/ filmmaker Saam Farahmand and 'The Film Festival Doctor', Dr. Rebekah Louisa Smith for this film screening and talk. Dr. Rebekah Louisa Smith of 'The Film Festival Doctor' gives us the know-how to get your film seen, discovered and distributed --through digital platforms and film festivals, by asking and questioning the filmmakers themselves. If you're a filmmaker and want to GET YOUR FILM SEEN, tune in now!

Fashion and Costume

Fashion as Design

Web

Museum of Modern Art

This 19-hour online course will help you understand and appreciate fashion design through many perspectives.

Weaving

How To | Tate

YouTube

Tate Modern, London

Tate’s “How To” series shows how great artists made their masterpieces, including “How to Weave Like Anni Albers”

Dance

Cowles Center Dance Classes

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Cowles Center for Dance and Performing Arts

Cowles Classroom provides our Arts in Education programs to viewers across our dance community through YouTube. Teaching Artists are creating three days' worth of lessons for all movers to try at home.

Zenon Dance Classes

Minneapolis, MN

Online and in-person

Zenon

Though the pandemic may have slowed things down, dancers at Zenon Dance haven’t stopped grooving. Check out their online classes in jazz, ballet, improvisation and composition, afro modern, belly dance, and more, in beginner to advanced levels. Classes are available both for drop ins and enrollment, and dancers can pay class-by-class or buy a package. 

Connect across Time and Space through Dance!

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Walker Art Center

Connect with friends and family through movement. Learn several short dance sequences by artists in the Walker’s collection, then create your own dance! Also available in Spanish.

Ballet Classes

LGBTI

Web, YouTube

Ballez

“Ballez is just what it sounds like... it’s lesbians doing ballet.” Ballez offers free live lessons and instructional videos on YouTube.

MCA Dancers Stay Strong during COVID-19

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

A series of instructional and strength-building exercises for new or experienced dancers, including tap, Irish dancing, and more!

Get in Shape Grrl (Broadway COVID series)

Facebook

Get in Shape Grrl

Bust your best moves during free workout sessions led by top dancers from Broadway and American Ballet Theatre. Join the Facebook Group to get started.

Theater / Acting

MCA Moment – Acting warm up (the Articulator Dance)

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Join Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts Managing Director and her son Seamus for a fun acting warm-up. Rehearsing the Articulator Dance will help you warm-up your articulators (lips, tongue, and teeth), which help you speak clearly both on and off stage.

Slay! With Brian Bose

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Guthrie Theater

Feel sexy, fierce and powerful while learning fun choreography, grooving to music and dancing your way to empowerment. This class creates an open environment to get your cardio up, move your body and challenge yourself. Strip away fears and perfectionism while learning how to get out of your own way so you have no choice but to slay. No dance experience necessary. Registration is ongoing, so drop in at any time!

MCA Moment Tongue Twister Challenge #1

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Join Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts Managing Director and her son Seamus for a fun Tongue Twister Challenge.

Theatre in the Round Podcasts

Minneapolis, MN

Podcast

Theatre in the Round

Theatre in the Round has produced a variety of podcasts relating to theater production, including stage managing, scenic design, props, lighting, and auditioning.

One Hour Improv

Minneapolis, MN

Zoom

Huge Improv

HUGE Theater has classes for students at all levels. Your instructors are working professional improvisors. These classes are two hours a week, for ten weeks. Payment plans and scholarships available.

Broadway Weekends at Home

Facebook and Zoom

Broadway Weekends

This private facebook group offers pay-what-you-can classes in musical theater taught by Broadway and West End Performers. Join the group and then sign up for classes, which are taught on Zoom.

Tell Your Story Through Dance

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minnesota Orchestra

Join Kelly from the Walker Art Center for a look at the unique movement style of choreographer Maria Hassabi. Then, choose movements to tell your own story through dance!

Drag / Ballroom

Virtual Drag Shows

Minneapolis, MN

LGBTI

Zoom, Twitch, Facebook

FlipPhone

FlipPhone is based in the Twin Cities and has shifted its popular drag brunches and Drag Story Hours to an online format. Visit facebook for details. Watch and learn, dance along!

Dragged Out

Minneapolis, MN

LGBTI

Facebook

Dragged Out

In ordinary times, Dragged Out puts on shows at the Black Hart bar (formerly Town House) in St. Paul every third Friday of the month. Its core cast is mostly made up of kings, but they also bring in queens, burlesque, and other types of performances.  Join the facebook group to get to know this creative community.

Black Hart of Saint Paul

St Paul, MN

LGBTI

Facebook

Black Hart of Saint Paul

In ordinary times, Black Hart of Saint Paul is an LGBTQ+ soccer bar, featuring drag and burlesque shows and showing professional soccer. Now Black Hart occasionally has live DJ parties on facebook and online you can check out the featured artists who are delivering Curbside Drag for takeout orders. The facebook page also features some videos of performances if you want to watch and learn.

DragCast

LGBTI

Podcast

Nina West

Nina West (AKA Andrew Levitt) takes on all things drag and LGBT in this podcast

Singing

Take 5 with GPS

St Paul, MN

YouTube, Facebook

VocalEssence

VocalEssence Associate Conductor G. Phillip Shoultz, III leads a live 5-minute exercise to help warm you up, including wellness components, poems, and song. Find previous sessions on the VocalEssence YouTube Channel

VocalEssence Singers of This Age Singing Songs of Hope

Minneapolis, MN

Facebook, Instagram

VocalEssence

VocalEssence’s youth choir, VocalEssence Singers of This Age, is creating Sounds of Hope, a singing challenge for all ages. The choir chooses songs that give them hope and posts videos of them that begin with short inspirational messages.

One Voice Mixed Chorus

Minneapolis, MN

LGBTI

YouTube

One Voice Mixed Chorus

Minnesota’s LGBTA mixed chorus has a YouTube page with several singing workshops.

Opera: Free Student Streams

Web

Metropolitan Opera

Every Wednesday the Metropolitan Opera releases an opera for people around the world to stream for free and also provides accompanying videos throughout that week that include artist statements, tips for engagement, and thematic commentary.

Instrumental Music

Jazz Central Studios

Minneapolis, MN

Online live stream of concerts

Jazz Central Studios

Jazz Central Studios is dedicated to preserving the innovative jazz arts in the Twin Cities. We present live music to the community in a non-commercial listening environment and encourage collaboration and education among musicians of wide and varied experience.

MCA Moment – Tips for Church Musicians

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Many music instructors and musicians put their talent to work in a place of worship. In this video Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) vocal instructor, Dawn Burmeister shares a few tips on how musicians can continue to share music virtually with congregations while social distancing is in place.

MCA Moment – Funga Alafia Drumming

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

During this MCA Moment, Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts Percussion and Piano Instructor, Kayla Jannsen encourages views to explore the world of drumming with materials they have right at home and to sing/ play along to a traditional African song, Funga Alafia.

Write Your Own Music

Web

Minnesota Orchestra

Join Lyndie and Shelby from Toneworks Music Therapy Services to discover how you can make unique music with objects found around your home.

Creative Writing

Journaling for Self-Care: Writing Through Challenging Times

Minneapolis, MN

Online class, March 3, 2021-March 24, 2021

Loft Literary Center

Learn to write courageously! Journaling is an excellent way to capture your experiences and work through thoughts and feelings in challenging times. Use structure and creativity to journal in a way that prevents overwhelm and promotes understanding, acceptance, and growth. In this class, you will be introduced to the concept of journaling for self-care and shown three effective journaling techniques and discuss the various situations in which they may be used for self-care. You will also have the opportunity to try these techniques in short writing segments during the class, along with optional sharing.

Find Original Poetry Hiding in the Pages of Your Paper

Web

New York Times

Creating an erasure poem means finding your voice lurking in another’s words. It can be a way to start writing when words fail. 

Queering the Path

LGBTI

Instagram

Queering the Path

This Instagram account has been posting creative journaling prompts and inviting followers to write on their own and/or submit snippets of their writing for an upcoming newsletter. They also post periodical invites to photo contests and other virtual activities.

Let’s Tell a Story!

Web

Smithsonian National Museum of American History

Storytelling has been around forever. Storytelling started with community members telling stories to children. Then stories were written down and illustrated. Today there are print books, audio books, and digital books. There is no right way to tell a story—you can be creative and use your imagination in the story you tell and how you tell it. Maybe you can even think of a new way to tell stories!

Not Alone, Never Was: a Penpal Zine 4 Rural Queers

LGBTI

Web-based Zine

KT Taylor

KT Taylor’s digital zine exploring questions of isolated queerness during a pandemic.

Stories of 2020

Web

National Museum of American History

The Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC, is assembling a digital time capsule of 2020 filled with messages to future generations about life today. As reported in Hyperallergic.

Kids’ Art Activities

Toddler Time Activities

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Three activities for young kids designed to bring some fun and creativity to your day.

Beyond the Stage

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Stages Theatre Company

Free virtual theater activities for ages 18 months to 18 years.

MCA Moments – ways to keep busy and creative during COVID-19!

Minneapolis, MN

YouTube

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

MCA Moments will fill your creative toolbox full of arts tips, tricks, and boredom busters for the whole family.

Artful Writing

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Weisman Art Museum

Activities for Grades 4-12 designed to foster creative writing inspired by art

Children’s Theater Company Weekly Series

Minneapolis, MN

Web, Facebook, YouTube

Children’s Theater Company

CTC posts videos online for Mindfulness Mondays (stress-reducing exercises developed through the Creative Play program) and Write On! Wednesdays (parents send in their children’s original plays and stories and members of the CTC’s acting company perform them and release them on Facebook one week later).

NGV Kids at Home

Web

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

Activity sheets (suitable for ages 8 and up), meet the artist e-books (ideal for primary-aged children, and younger children with assistance of an adult), and art games for the whole family.

Digital Creatives

Web

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

Combining coding activities and the arts.

Great Art Ideas for Teachers

Web

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

A variety of creative art lessons that can be adapted for home use, suitable for primary school ages.

Art-Making Activities

Web

Art Institute of Chicago

Activities great for ages 7 and up but can be enjoyed by learners of all ages.

Creative Writing Prompts

Web

 

Art Institute of Chicago

Activities great for ages 7 and up but can be enjoyed by learners of all ages.

"Your Story, Our Story" At Home Art

Web

Minnesota Orchestra

Local artist Lucy Michell leads an activity to share your unique American voice by creating an artwork of a place that makes you feel most at home.

Virtual Museum Tours

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Explore Mia’s art collection from the comforts of your home. You’ll find fascinating art stories and podcasts, 360-degree images and zoom views of the collection, and more to spark and nurture your creativity. Mia also has online activities for virtual visits.

Weisman Art Museum: public art

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Weisman Art Museum

Public Art 25 is a virtual tour of WAM’s public art collection located on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus.

Weisman Art Museum: virtual visit

Minneapolis, MN

Web

Weisman Art Museum

With our new virtual visits, you can visit your favorite works in the WAM collection virtually, engage with interactive videos from our Weisguides, and spark imagination through Artful Writing prompts throughout the tour.

The Queen and the Crown

Web

Brooklyn Museum

An intimate look at a selection of costumes from “The Queen’s Gambit” and “The Crown.”

Collecting and Empire

Web

British Museum

Learn how colonial relationships shaped the British Museum's collection in this object trail

Metropolitan Museum of Art: Art at Home

Web

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Read, watch, and listen. Art wherever you are.

Museum of Modern Art, New York

Web

Museum of Modern Art

Sculpture, paintings, and drawings

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Web

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Contemporary art, including paper, sculpture, metal, and glass, and exhibits on South and Southeast Asian art and art from Latin America, among others.

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Web

Whitney Museum of American Art

20th Century and contemporary American art, focusing on living American artists.

The Frick Collection, New York

Web

The Frick Collection

Renaissance to late 19th century paintings, but also furniture, enamels, and porcelains.

The Cloisters Museum and Gardens, New York

Web

Metropolitan Museum of Art

A branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art focusing on the art and architecture of medieval Europe.

American Museum of Natural History, New York

Web

American Museum of Natural History

A collection of specimens and artifacts documenting the natural history of the United States.

The British Museum, London

Web

The British Museum

 

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Web

Rijksmuseum

Classical Dutch art, Asian artefacts, 17th-century silver and porcelain

Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Web

Musée d’Orsay

Impressionist and post-impressionist works

The Broad, Los Angeles

Web

The Broad

Contemporary art from the 1950s to the present

Uffizi Gallery, Florence

Web

Uffizi Gallery

Renaissance art from Italy

Museum of Broken Relationships, Zagreb and Los Angeles

Web

Museum of Broken Relationships

You can contribute your own item to the museum’s collection as well as browse current holdings.

Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Brazil

Web

Museu de Arte de São Paulo

Art from around the world.

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

Web

National Gallery of Victoria

 

Picasso Museum, Barcelona

Web

Picasso Museum

 

National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Web

National Gallery of Art

 

Art Institute of Chicago

Web

Art Institute of Chicago

 

Tate Modern, London

YouTube

Tate Modern

 

Banaki Museum, Athens

Web

Banaki Museum, Athens

Virtual tours of the Museum of Greek Culture, the Museum of Islamic Art, the Ghika Gallery, the Toy Museum, and others.

National Palace Museum, Taipei

Web

National Palace Museum, Taipei

Chinese arts and crafts from the Neolithic to the modern era.