Art & Architecture Collections
Art & Architecture on the Internet
These sites provide excellent access to a variety of arts
institutions, organizations, events, artists, etc.
History Resources -- Developed by Chris Witcombe, Sweet Briar
College. Organized in a chronological outline by artists and
Source -- An excellent site, with groupings for image
collections, museum information, art libraries, academic art
programs, art events, artistŐs projects, and more.
- Arts Search Engine -- A search
engine devoted specifically to the arts, sponsored by Ohio State
University at Newark's art gallery.
- FineArt Forum WWW Resource Directory -- The Web
resource page for the FineArt
Forum, the news service of the Art, Science and Technology
- American Council for the
Arts -- ArtsUSA is the site of the American Council for the
- New York Foundation for the Arts -- NYFA is one of the
largest non-profit providers of grants and services to individual
artists and their organizations in all artistic disciplines. It
Wire, a national computer-based communications network for the
arts community designed to enable artists, individuals, and
organizations in arts communities across the country to better
communicate, share information, and coordinate their
- Centre National
d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou -- Paris.
- Dia Center for the
Arts -- New York, NY.
Arts Museums of San Francisco -- The M.H. De Young Museum and
the Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA.
- George Eastman
House -- Rochester, NY.
- Los Angeles County Museum of
Art -- Los Angeles, CA.
- San Francisco Museum of
Modern Art -- San Francisco, CA.
- The Smithsonian -- The entry
point for all the Smithsonian Museums, including the National
Museum of American Art, the National Museum of African Art, the
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, etc.
- University Art Museum -
Pacific Film Archives -- Berkeley, CA.
- Whitney Museum of
American Art -- New York, NY.
Buena Center for the Arts -- San Francisco, CA.
Other Sites of Interest
Return to the Art & Architecture
Collections home page
[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Tel: (415) 725-1037
Fax: (415) 725-0140