Smarthistory.org is an open, not-for-profit, art history textbook. Smarthistory collaborates with museums and scholars from all over the world and is the official provider of art history for khanacademy.org.
Open Art Histories (OAH) is a platform for art, art history, visual art, communication, and museum studies teachers and instructors in Canada. Open to anyone who uses visual and material culture in their pedagogical practices, OAH offers a dynamic and collaborative space for Open Education Resources (OERs), and serves as a virtual community and repository for art and art history instructors at all stages of their academic and professional careers.
A comprehensive introduction to the world of Art. Authored by four USG faculty members with advanced degrees in the arts, this textbook offers up-to-date original scholarship. It includes over 400 high-quality images illustrating the history of art, its technical applications, and its many uses.
Here you'll find articles about aesthetics, philosophy of art, art theory, and art criticism, as well as information about aesthetics events worldwide, and links to other aesthetics-related resources on the Internet.
AHTR is home to a constantly evolving and collectively authored online repository of art history teaching content including, but not limited to, lesson plans, video introductions to museums, book reviews, image clusters, and classroom and museum activities.
The Arts Education Partnership (AEP) is a national coalition of arts, education, business, philanthropic, and government organizations that demonstrate and promote the essential role of the arts in the learning and development of every child and in the improvement of America's schools.
Offers free, standards-based teaching materials for use in and out of the classroom, as well as professional development resources, student materials, and guidelines for arts-based instruction and assessment.
The following is a draft statement, shared at SECAC 2020 in the session Going Global: New Approaches to Expanding the Survey. It is intended as a possible starting point for survey courses or as an addendum to course texts. Its aims are to introduce students to art history’s origins as a scholarly field and recent globalist critiques, as well as to encourage open, collaborative and easily accessible course materials.
CARTA is a collaborative entity of art libraries building collections of archived web-based content related to art history and contemporary art practice. It includes in fo on art criticism, artist websites, galleries, organizations, education and more.