The NEH-funded Digital Sculpture Project, an activity of the World Heritage Laboratory, is a website devoted to studying ways in which 3D digital technologies can be applied to the capture, representation, and interpretation of sculpture from all periods and cultures.
This site highlights recent research of scholars who have provided new insights about the cultures and histories of Indian peoples in the Midwest.
This site is an NEH-funded project that brings one of the richest art photograph libraries to the Web and enables visitors to browse and download jpegs of large format digital files and of lesser-known and previously unpublished works of art.
World History for Us All is a powerful, innovative model curriculum for teaching world history in middle and high schools.
The products of this NEH-funded Summer Institute for School Teachers offers a wealth of curricular plans and interactive ideas for the classroom. Topics cover a variety of disciplines: history, geography, literature, religion, art, and environmental studies for every grade level.
The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to an internationally renowned collection of 19th-century, modern, and contemporary art. Throughout the Museum, visitors will find a wide selection of European and American fine and decorative arts, 15th- through 19th-century prints and drawings, contemporary art by established and emerging contemporary artists, and objects from Africa, Asia, the Ancient Americas, and Pacific Islands.
The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore presents an overview of world art from pre-dynastic Egypt to modern masterpieces. Creative Commons licenses are available for the NEH-supported online collection. "Integrating the Arts" offers visual arts resources to teach concepts of social studies, science, language arts, and math curricula.
"Al-Mizan" is the Arabic word for balance. This exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science at Oxford University explores the connections between the sciences and arts in Muslim societies.
Public Art in the Bronx, a project of Lehman College Art Gallery/City University of New York, examines the rich collection of public art found in the borough. This site provides an overview of works in public places from the earliest created in the 19th century, those produced under the WPA, and those being produced today.
The bimonthly magazine of the National Endowment for the Humanities feeds the minds of both you and your students. Access great humanities articles and consult the calendar for what’s up at your State Humanities Council.