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Cyber Dance: Ballet on the Net
This is a collection of over 3,500 links to classical ballet and modern dance resources on the Internet.
Dance Critics Association
The Dance Critics Association consists of professional practioners of dance criticism. It seeks to further the identity of dance criticism as a profession; to offer its members solidarity; and to provide the means for exchanging information and exlporing fresh approaches to critical writing.
Dance/USA advances the art form of dance by addressing the needs, concerns and interests of the professional dance community.
Dance, Exercise, Fitness, and Sports
Information on dance include ballet, ballroom, belly dance, breakdance, Cajun, cheerleading, children, clogging, country western, dance teams, disco, funk, hip hop, hula, Irish, jazz, modern, oldies, square dance, shim sham, swing, and tap dance.
Dancers and Choreographers
The U.S. Department of Labor provides information about the nature of work, working conditions, employment, training and advancement, earnings and more for dancers and choreographers.
With the unique artform of the Dancescape, Narinder Dogra brings to our awareness the ongoing dance of the land - the primal, eternal motion present in drifting continents, in sliding glaciers, in shifting dunes.
History of Modern Ballroom Dancing
This article traces the history of the International Dancesport championship ""Modern Standard Ballroom"" dances: Viennese Waltz, Modern Waltz, Tango, Slow Foxtrot, and Quickstep.
Jacob's Pillow
Jacob's Pillow is an internationally celebrated center for dance that presents dance in all forms from the world over during its annual Festival; supports the creation of new work through commissions and residencies; engages the public through free performances, exhibits, lectures, and talks with artists and scholars.
National Dance Association
The National Dance Association is the leader of artistic and educationally effective dance programs as they impact the lives of all people.
New York City Ballet
The New York City Ballet, one of the foremost dance companies in the world, is an organization unique in the artistic history of the United States.
Swing Dance History
Swing dancing is a favorite American past time, and it recently experienced a resurgence in popularity throughout America. Its origins, however, are widely unknown.
The Beauty of Modern Dance
A visual survey of the modern dance art form as seen in performance at the American Dance Festival, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
The Julliard School
The transforming role of Juilliard is to help talented students harness their dedication to become communicative artists, imbued with the passion and understanding to reach within themselves to affect and move audiences.
A Celebration of American Show Dancing, Stage Movement History, the Black Dance Tradition and Broadway Choreography.
American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada
With over 250 local unions throughout the United States and Canada, we are the largest union in the world representing the interests of the professional musician.
Celtic Music Instruments
All about ancient Irish musical instruments.
Classical Music Resources, Duke University Music Library
The world's most comprehensive collection of classical music links.
This music resource list is offered as a service of the William and Gayle Cook Music Library, Indiana University.
Folk music history of England, Ireland, Wales, and America.
Country Music Association
CMA is dedicated to bringing the poetry and emotion of country music to the world.
Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive
Good ethnic music collection.
Famous Classical Composers
Biographies of famous composers.
Gospel Music Association
As an umbrella organization, the GMA provides an atmosphere in which artists, industry leaders, retail stores, radio stations, concert promoters and local churches can coordinate their efforts for the purpose of benefiting the industry as a whole, while remaining true to the purpose of communicating the gospel message.
International Association of Music Libraries
International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centers.
K-12 Resources for Music Educators
Valuable resources for music educators and students of all areas and educational levels. Regularly updated.
Louis Armstrong Discography
Biographical site of the famous musician.
Music Library Association
The Music Library Association is the professional organization in the United States devoted to music librarianship and to all aspects of music materials in libraries.
Music Therapy Info Link
Information on music therapy.
Oboe Study Guide
All about the oboe.
Red Hot Jazz Archive
A history of jazz before 1930.
Saxaphone Study Guide
All about the saxaphone
Sibelius Academy Music Resources
Links to music information sites.
The eServer Collection: The Music Pages
Resources for the study, composition, and enjoyment of music.
The History of Rock 'n' Roll
This web page attempts to explore the roots of rock in such a way as to illuminate the natural progression of musical styles.
The Mozart Project
Links, biography, famous works, and much more.
The Music Room
Music history, glossary, movements, and more. Nice site!
Thomas Hampson: I Hear America Singing: American Concert Song
History of American music. A PBS Great Performances special online.
About.com: Shakespeare
Links and resources.
Absolute Shakespeare
A great reference site, includes a biography, works on-line, trivia, an a lot more.
Acting Workshop On-Line
This is the place for beginning actors and actresses to learn about acting and the acting business.
Actor's Equity Association
Actors' Equity Association is the labor union representing over 40,000 American actors and stage managers working in the professional theatre.
American Theatre Web
Information on the country's thousands of regional theatres and productions.
Ancient Greek Theater
Introduction to greek drama.
Collectors Post: Medieval Drama Links
Articles, e-texts, costume information, and other resources.
Development of Scenic Spectacle
A site devoted to the study of spectacle on the Renaissance and Baroque stage.
Directors Guild of America, Inc.
The Directors Guild of America represents more than 12,000 members working in U.S. cities and abroad. Their creative work is represented in theatrical, industrial, educational and documentary films and television, as well as, videos and commercials.
Folger Shakespeare Library
Resources for students of all ages and teachers.
McCoy's Guide to Theatre and Performance Studies
Monologue Archive
Find a variety of monologues for your audition.
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet
Site dedicated to Shakespeare, his life and dramatic works.
National Alliance for Musical Theatre
Works to advance musical theatre by providing leadership and promoting artistic excellence, communication, advocacy, collaboration, financial stability, education, audience development and relevance.
Free and original information on Shakespeare for students and teachers. Check out the other links available for more resources.
Shakespeare: Internet Editions
On-line plays, poems, criticism, and other resources.
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Research Database
Provides background information on Shakespearean productions.
Sophocles Links
Links and resources.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Electronic versions of all of Shakespeare's plays.
The Costume Site
Online Costuming Sources for Historical, Science Fiction & Fantasy Costumers.
The Costumer's Manifesto
Links and information for costumers and make-up artists.
The eServer Drama Collection
Texts of plays, both modern and classic, can be read here.
Theatre Communications Group (TCG)
Works to strengthen, nurture and promote the not-for-profit professional American theatre.
Theatre Database
Information on theatre from ancient times to the 20th century.
Theatre History.com: The Medieval Drama
A history of Medieval drama.
A good resource on the history of theatre from ancient times to the present.
U.S. Institute for Theatre Technology, Inc.
USITT is dedicated to the professional development of men and women who are an integral part of the performing arts community.
Visual Art & Art History
AICT, Art Images For College Teaching
Images of art and architectural works in the public domain for educational use.
Alphonse Mucha Museum
The world's first Mucha Museum, dedicated to the life and work of the world-acclaimed Czech ART NOUVEAU artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), is housed in the Baroque Kaunicky Palace in the very heart of Prague.
American Photography: A Century of Images
History of photography site at PBS.
Archaeological Institute of America
Site of the journal Archaeology, news and information about the science.
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institute
Research information, online exhibits, collection information, and more.
Art History: Resources on the Web
Many links to art history sites, from prehistoric art to the 21st century.
Art in Context
Art in Context catalogues and presents information added by over 1,000 curators, dealers, artists, writers and others from around the world.
Art Institute of Chicago
Art Museum Network
The world's largest and most prestigious art museums have joined forces to provide free access to information about their collections, exhibitions, and services.
Art on the Net
Join fellow artists in sharing works together on the Internet. Enjoy visiting artists studios and roaming the gallery.
Our mission is to become the definitive and most effective guide to museum-quality fine art on the Internet.
ArtLex: Art Dictionary
Definitions for more than 3,300 terms used in discussing visual culture, along with thousands of supporting images, pronunciation notes, great quotations and cross-references.
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
One of San Francisco's premier art institutes.
Butler Institute of American Art
Dia: Beacon
Dia:Beacon is a museum for Dia Art Foundation's renowned collection of art from the 1960s to the present.
District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities
Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations, and activities as part of its mission to enrich the quality of life of the people of Washington.
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco
Finnish National Gallery
Golden Gate Railroad Museum
Guggenheim Museum
Guide to Museums and Cultural Resources
The Museum Computer Network is a nonprofit organization of professionals dedicated to fostering the cultural aims of museums through the use of computer technologies.
Houston Museum of Fine Arts
Internet Art Resources
Your gateway to art and artists, galleries and exhibitions.
Intro to Art Sample Quizzes & Tests
Sample art tests from the University of New Mexico
Islamic Arts & Architecture
A professional non-profit organization helping to preserve the architectural & historical contributions of Iraq & Islam
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Lowe Art Museum
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Michael C. Carlos Museum
Museum at Emory University.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Montreal Museum of Fine-Arts
An interactive directory to museums' collections including art, science, history, zoos, archaeology and aquariums, etc. providing links to their educational, entertainment, archive and shopping features.
National Endowment for the Arts
The National Endowment for the Arts enriches our Nation and its diverse cultural heritage by supporting works of artistic excellence, advancing learning in the arts, and strengthening the arts in communities throughout the country.
National Endowment for the Humanities
NEH is an independent grant-making agency of the United States government dedicated to supporting research, education, preservation, and public programs in the humanities.
National Humanities Center
The National Humanities Center is the country's only independent institute for advanced study in the humanities.
National Museum of American Art
Presidents Committee on the Arts and the Humanities
The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, created by Presidential Executive Order in 1982, identifies issues and develops initiatives in the arts and the humanities.
Royal Photographic Society
Works to promote the Art and Science of Photography.
The Art Archive
News and information on art.
The Detroit Institute of the Arts
The Kennedy Center's ArtsEdge
ARTSEDGE supports the place of arts education at the center of the curriculum through the creative and appropriate uses of technology. ARTSEDGE helps educators to teach in, through and about the arts.
The Louvre
Official site of the famous French museum.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
The Smithsonian Institute: National Museum of African Art
Collection information, education resources, and more.
Voice of the Shuttle
A database designed to help in your research in all aspects of the humanities.
Web Gallery of Art
The Web Gallery of Art is a virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods (1150-1800), currently containing over 11,000 reproductions.
WebExhibits produces novel exhibits, to help improve cultural literacy, by promoting online exhibits and interesting the public in links between art with science.
WebMuseum Paris
Explore the WebMuseum's unique Famous Artworks collections.
Whitney Museum of American Art
World Art and Culture
Zeroland is a systematic directory of art and culture web links, indexed alphabetically under subject.
World Wide Art Resources
Links and news about the art world.
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