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Visit, MIT OCW to see courses include playwright workshops, costume design, script analysis, and more all from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Visit, Stagemilk, an online clearinghouse for actor education and information.
Check out Beat by Beat Press' fun, creative drama games for kids to break the ice and build acting/improve skills.
Visit, Footlight Parade to listen to radio productions featuring musical theater.
To learn more about the works of Shakespeare visit, Shakespeare Uncovered and listen to celebrity hosts discuss and analyze iconic Shakespeare plays.
Visit the Hilliard Art Museum to browse the collection of their past exhibits and explore pieces from their permanent collection.
Visit the Borgeson’s Studio for hands-on practice with creating art and colored pencils and view the gallery of student artwork.
Visit Tate Kids to learn more about the creative arts through videos, games, and hands-on activities.
Visit Watch Know Learn to learn about art through their free educational videos.
Visit the Ducksters Education Site to learn about Art History Movements and Artists from different eras.
Visit New York’s Met Kids to learn about the Metropolitan Museum of Art through an interactive map, videos and creative projects.
Visit the Cleveland Museum of Art to browse various art exhibits using videos, highlights, and 3-D effects.
Visit Incredible Art, for access to free art lessons for students and through games, activities, and online resources.
Visit Google’s Art and Culture website to view their online collections of well-known art museums around the world through virtual tours and high resolution images.