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  • Art of the Stamp - View 100 original drawings and artworks that were used to create postage stamps.
  • Art of Video Games - Meet Georgina Goodlander, an exhibition coordinator for the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Learn about this exhibit and how video games are an art form.
  • Bottlecaps to Brushes - Cappy, the skateboarding giraffe is a cartoon character based on a bottle cap sculpture at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. He'll show you some of the other works of art in the museum's collection and suggest some fun activities.
  • BRUSHster - NGA Kids - BRUSHster is an online painting machine. This shockwave interactive includes more than forty brushes and customizable size, transparency, texture, and stroke options.(Shockwave required)
  • Destination Modern Art - An interactive online gallery and offers an introduction to The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Look carefully at works of art and learn about artists and their techniques.
  • Eyeing America - Prints of Robert Cottingham - Take a tour across America with artist Robert Cottingham.
  • Flow - NGA Kids - Flow is a motion painting machine. Choose a picture and create a path for the motion. (Shockwave required)
  • Hall of Presidents - National Portrait Gallery - This virtual tour will allow you to navigate through the National Portrait Gallery's, Hall of Presidents.
  • It's Fun To Read! - This is a great site from Starfall.com where you and your friends have fun learning to read. There's an art gallery, poetry and even fun tongue twisters!
  • On the Road - Eyeing America - During the 1970s, Robert Cottingham made numerous visits to cities across America. During these travels, he photographed cities and trains, which he later used as the source material for his paintings and prints.
  • Online Museum - Eyeing America - View collection from Robert Cottingham.
  • Photo Galleries - National Geographic Kids - Take a look at the many photos on all sorts of topics, from exploration to animals to science, and much more.
  • Pixel Face - NGA Kids - Choose a portrait and use different colors and brushes to change the picture. (Shockwave required)
  • Researching Your Art - Do you have a question about American art and don't know how to find the answer? This shows you how to investigate and learn about art.
  • Search Collections - American Art Museum - Search and Browse by art type including painting, sculpture, drawings, and photography to name a few.
  • Search for Artists in the American Art Museum - An alphabetical list of artists and their works.
  • Sea-Saws - NGA Kids - Select photographs of natural and man-made objects, then assemble the pieces to create a seascape or an abstract composition. The BUILD tool helps you construct animated characters and set them in motion.
  • Smithsonian Education For Students - This is a place for kids to explore, discover and learn. Find out about art, science, history and the secrets of the museums.
  • U.S. Government Photos and Graphics - This page has a list of links of to all the images and graphics available from various Government agencies.

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