Exploring Leonardo focuses on the intersection between art and science, exploring how Leonardo da Vinci applied the scientific method creatively in every aspect of life, including art and music. Students can explore the interactive learning activities on the site to discover more about this fascinating scientist, inventor, and artist.
The Walters Art Museum in Maryland offers freeIntegrating the Arts activities that are ideal for visual arts teachers who want to integrate the arts into other disciplines or for non-arts teachers who want to venture into the world of art.
Musebooks is the first digital reading experience specially designed for art lovers. The high-quality content is from Musebooks’ partners: The Museum of Modern Art, Thames & Hudson Publishing, Royal Museums of Fine Arts in Belgium, Ludion Publishers, and Unicorn Press.
Some teachers are using videos created by the rock band OK Go to teach art, math, and science. The band collaborated with the Playful Learning Lab at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota to create a free website for educators called OK Go Sandbox.
Opening on March 16, Keep the Change is a heartfelt romantic comedy about people living with autism. In the film, nonprofessional actors with the autism disorder portray characters with a range of autism conditions.