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A collection of Visual Art related Websites to support kaiako with the planning and delivery of teaching and learning

  • International Art Pen Pals ↗ 

    International Art Pen Pals ↗ 

    External link: “International Art Pen Pals is a programme for art teachers where their class can be matched with another art class in a different part of the world. Once…

  • Pacific Islander and South East Asian Artist Collection ↗

    Pacific Islander and South East Asian Artist Collection ↗

  • Art History Teaching Resources ↗

    Art History Teaching Resources ↗

    External link: “Art History Teaching Resources (AHTR) is a peer-populated platform for educators who use visual and material culture in their teaching practice. Home to an evolving and collectively authored…

  • Gow Langsford Gallery ↗

    Gow Langsford Gallery ↗

    External link: “Gow Langsford represents more than thirty established artists. This includes many of New Zealand’s best, along with a number of leading international artists. The gallery has successfully presented…

  • Blue Oyster Art Project Space ↗

    Blue Oyster Art Project Space ↗

    External link: “Blue Oyster Art Project Space exists to enable emerging and experimental artists, writers, curators and arts practitioners to work free from commercial restraints in an innovative and experimental…

  • CoCA – Centre of Contemporary Art Toi Moroki ↗

    CoCA – Centre of Contemporary Art Toi Moroki ↗

    External link: “At CoCA we enjoy a rich and proud history. Formed in 1880 as the Canterbury Society of Arts (CSA), we were the first organisation in Ōtautahi to exhibit…

  • Gibbs Farm ↗

    Gibbs Farm ↗

    External link: Gibbs Farm is one of Aotearoa’s biggest open air sculpture collections situated on the Kaipara Harbour.

  • Hastings City Art Gallery – Te Whare Toi o Heretaunga ↗

    Hastings City Art Gallery – Te Whare Toi o Heretaunga ↗

    External link: “Te Whare Toi o Heretaunga – Hastings Art Gallery is the home of contemporary art in Hawke’s Bay, Aotearoa New Zealand. Located in the heart of Civic Square…

  • Toi Mahara ↗

    Toi Mahara ↗

    External link: “Toi MAHARA is the district public gallery for the Kāpiti Coast. It was founded by artists and volunteers as a charitable trust in 1996. Its governance is the…

  • McCahon House ↗

    McCahon House ↗

    External link: “The McCahon House project provides a context for interest in McCahon which is quite different from anything which is currently available, because it is grounded in the actual…

  • Te Wai Ngutu Kākā Gallery ↗

    Te Wai Ngutu Kākā Gallery ↗

    External link: “The Gallery is dedicated to the development of contemporary art and design through a curated programme of exhibitions, events, symposia and publications focused both locally and internationally.”

  • He Waka Tuia Art + Museum ↗

    He Waka Tuia Art + Museum ↗

    External link: “The He Waka Tuia transitional Art + Museum space is a joint initiative between the Invercargill Public Art Gallery and the Southland Museum and Art Gallery. It is…

  • Te Tuhi ↗

    Te Tuhi ↗

    External link: “Te Tuhi is one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s foremost contemporary art spaces and a leader in supporting experimental practice. We are committed to contemporary art that is locally…

  • Uxbridge ↗

    Uxbridge ↗

    External link: “Uxbridge is East Auckland’s creative hub – arts, lifestyle, fitness classes and workshops, together with community events, exhibitions, spaces for hire and so much more.”

  • Wairau Māori Art Gallery ↗

    Wairau Māori Art Gallery ↗

    External link: “The Wairau Māori Art Gallery is the first dedicated public Māori art gallery in Aotearoa. Wairau Māori Art Gallery celebrates and showcases the best of contemporary Māori art…

  • Hunderwasser Art Centre ↗

    Hunderwasser Art Centre ↗

    External link: “Hundertwasser Art Centre with Wairau Māori Art Gallery is an original Hundertwasser architecture project. Skilled artisans, craftspeople, engineers, builders, technical experts and community leaders worked together for two…

  • Whangarei Art Museum ↗

    Whangarei Art Museum ↗

    External link: “Whangārei Art Museum is Northland’s premier public art gallery, and the custodian of Whangārei city’s outstanding art collection. We host touring and internally curated exhibitions, and showcase artistic…

  • Pantograph Punch: Pacific Arts Legacy Project ↗ 

    Pantograph Punch: Pacific Arts Legacy Project ↗ 

    External link: A collection of articles and interviews with contemporary artists from the Pasifika Diaspora.

  • Linearity Curve Drawing App↗

    Linearity Curve Drawing App↗

    Linearity Curve is a revolutionary design software that empowers graphic designers and marketing teams to create captivating content.

  • Len Lye: Rainbow Dance Virtual Tour↗

    Len Lye: Rainbow Dance Virtual Tour↗

    External link: “Spanning examples of Lye’s cinematic and sculptural practice, Rainbow Dance explores the full arc of Lye’s creative world.”

  • Brett Graham: Tai Moana Tai Tangata – Virtual Tour↗

    Brett Graham: Tai Moana Tai Tangata – Virtual Tour↗

    External link: “Engaging the architecture of colonial frontier warfare and the language of war memorials in times of peace, Tai Moana Tai Tangata occupied the entire Govett-Brewster Art Gallery. Three…

  • We and the Color: Art & Design Blog↗

    We and the Color: Art & Design Blog↗

    External link: ” a blog for art and design inspiration as well as various creative fields. Find trendy graphics, templates, and fonts for download.”

  • It’s Nice That↗

    It’s Nice That↗

    External link: “Our mission is to inspire the global creative community. We share stories, offer insights and bring people together to help them make more of their creativity.”

  • Mathigon Mathematical Origami↗

    Mathigon Mathematical Origami↗

    External link: Combining art and maths, Mathigon presents a range of origami based on complex 3D shapes with instructions

  • Jackson Pollock Painting Creator↗

    Jackson Pollock Painting Creator↗

    External link: Have some fun and paint like Jackson Pollock using your mouse

  • Digital Tangram Builder↗

    Digital Tangram Builder↗

    External link: “There are countless different shapes that can be created using the seven simple Tangram tiles. What can you come up with by combining art and maths?”

  • Google Arts & Culture↗

    Google Arts & Culture↗

    External link: “Google Arts & Culture is a non-commercial initiative. We work with cultural institutions and artists around the world. Together, our mission is to preserve and bring the world’s…

  • DeepAI Image Generator↗

    DeepAI Image Generator↗

    External link: The DeepAI Image Generator uses AI to understand your words and convert them to a unique image each time.

  • Public Domain Images↗

    Public Domain Images↗

    External link: Public Domain Images is a website that hosts free images available for public use. Great for digital collages and Photoshop tutorials.

  • Needpix↗

    Needpix↗

    External link: “The needpix.com portal is a library of more than 1.5 million free, Public Domain Photos and Illustrations. All images in the portal can be freely used by anyone…

  • The ABC’s of Art Booklet↗

    The ABC’s of Art Booklet↗

    External link: “The elements and principles of art are the building blocks of understanding and creating art that expresses and moves us. This booklet is a great resource to add…

  • Expanding Heart Art Resources↗

    Expanding Heart Art Resources↗

    External link: A range of free art resources created by Expanding Heart. Ideal for beginning teachers creating their own resource kete.

  • Kai Tā Video Podcast↗

    Kai Tā Video Podcast↗

    External link: Kai Tā is a video podcast series that gathers distinguished moko artists from all across Aotearoa to speak about their experiences as practitioners and their opinions on everything…

  • Whatu Creative YouTube Channel↗

    Whatu Creative YouTube Channel↗

    External link: Whatu Creative is a creative arts agency aiming to revive traditional Māori art forms. Their YouTube Channel has a series of step-by-step videos on how to create your…

  • PhotoForum NZ↗

    PhotoForum NZ↗

    External link: “PhotoForum Inc. is a New Zealand non-profit incorporated society dedicated to the promotion of photography as a means of communication and expression”

  • Art2day Painting Search↗

    Art2day Painting Search↗

    External link: Search a range of different painters with direct links to their websites – a great resource for senior students.

  • Art2day Sculpture Search↗

    Art2day Sculpture Search↗

    External link: Search a range of different artists who work with sculpture. A great resource for senior students.

  • Art2day Photographer Search↗

    Art2day Photographer Search↗

    External link: Search hundreds of photographers by techniques and thematic conventions. A fantastic resource for senior students.

  • Art2day Artist Search↗

    Art2day Artist Search↗

    External link: “Art2day enables artists, students and teachers to independently and easily search for contemporary art and photography. This website is dedicated to inspiring and promoting artists and creatives from…

  • LEARNZ Virtual Field Trip↗

    LEARNZ Virtual Field Trip↗

    External link: “LEARNZ is a programme of free virtual field trips, helping students access the inaccessible. Visit inspiring places around Aotearoa, Antarctica and beyond. Let us take you there!”

  • NZQA Online Assessor Support for Visual Arts↗

    NZQA Online Assessor Support for Visual Arts↗

    External link: NZQA’s site for online resources for assessors of Visual Arts.

  • Refreshing The New Zealand Curriculum↗

    Refreshing The New Zealand Curriculum↗

    External link: The Ministry of Education’s site to keep you updated on what’s happening with the Curriculum Refresh for the New Zealand Curriculum (NZC).

  • AIGA Eye on Design↗

    AIGA Eye on Design↗

    External link: “Eye on Design is an editorial platform that explores what it means to be a designer today. We cover the issues important to the global design world +…

  • Firecracker: Supporting Women Photographers↗

    Firecracker: Supporting Women Photographers↗

    External link: “Firecracker champions the work of female, female identifying and non binary photographers internationally through its online platform, annual grant, social media channels and event program.”

  • The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation↗

    The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation↗

    External link: “Robert Mapplethorpe established the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation on May 27, 1988, the year before his death, to protect his work, to advance his creative vision and to promote…

  • The Art of Collage↗

    The Art of Collage↗

    External link: “This resource is aimed at integrating the study of photographs from the collection of the MoCP into secondary and post-secondary fine arts, language arts, and social science curriculum.”

  • Still Life: The Object as Subject↗

    Still Life: The Object as Subject↗

    External link: A resource that looks at contemporary still life photography based on the collection at Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago.

  • The Cologne Kollwitz Collection↗

    The Cologne Kollwitz Collection↗

    External link: “After more than 35 years of active collecting, the Käthe Kollwitz Museum in Cologne now boasts more than 300 drawings, over 550 prints, all the artist’s posters as…

  • The International Dada Archive↗

    The International Dada Archive↗

    External link: “Founded in 1979, the International Dada Archive is a scholarly resource for the study of the historic Dada movement. The Archive has compiled a comprehensive collection of documentation…

  • Art Crimes: The Writing on the Wall↗

    Art Crimes: The Writing on the Wall↗

    External link: “Art Crimes is one of the few websites from the beginning of the web that’s still active, and it’s part of the history of the web, as well…

  • Christo and Jeanne-Claude↗

    Christo and Jeanne-Claude↗

    External link: The official website of Christo and Jeanne-Claude which includes comprehensive documentation of their life and work.

  • Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen↗

    Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen↗

    External link: “The official website of the artists Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen which includes information on large scale projects and case histories.”

  • The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation↗

    The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation↗

    External link: “The official catalogue raisonné of all known Lichtenstein works; and to share information which could assist the development and education of the next generations of curators, critics and…

  • Andy Warhol Museum: Lessons↗

    Andy Warhol Museum: Lessons↗

    External link: “Explore Warhol’s life, artistic practice, and legacy through an extensive archive of free interdisciplinary teaching tools.”

  • Andy Warhol Museum: Resources↗

    Andy Warhol Museum: Resources↗

    External link: A selection of educational resources created by the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.

  • Tiffany Singh: Education Resources↗

    Tiffany Singh: Education Resources↗

    External link: “A range of educational resources and motivational material for classroom and home use. The aim is to provide affordable, durable teaching tools that energise teaching environments, making learning…

  • AGSA: Start at Home Activities↗

    AGSA: Start at Home Activities↗

    External link: “A range of activities based off the collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia.”

  • Doodle3D↗

    Doodle3D↗

    External link: “Doodle3D Transform is a free and open-source web-app that makes designing in 3D easy and fun.”

  • Pixlr Photo, Design and Editing Tools↗

    Pixlr Photo, Design and Editing Tools↗

    External link: “We are Pixlr, free photo editing and design tools with AI-power. Edit photos and create stunning designs right in your browser, on your phone or desktop for free.…

  • Unsplash↗

    Unsplash↗

    External link: “Photos for everyone: Over 3 million free high-resolution images brought to you by the world’s most generous community of photographers.”

  • Cloud Stop Motion↗

    Cloud Stop Motion↗

    External link: Cloud Stop Motion is a free stop motion animation package that runs directly from your browser. It has the ability to set up student groups and accounts and…

  • SculptGL↗

    SculptGL↗

    External link: “SculptGL is a digital sculpting web app, with sources available on github.”

  • Tinkercad↗

    Tinkercad↗

    External link: “Tinkercad is a free web app for 3D design, electronics, and coding. We’re the ideal introduction to Autodesk, a global leader in design and make technology.”

  • Pixabay↗

    Pixabay↗

    External link: “Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing royalty-free images, videos, and audio. All content is released by Pixabay under the Content License, which makes it safe to…

  • Pexels↗

    Pexels↗

    External link: “The free stock photos, royalty free images & videos shared by creators.”

  • Keith Haring: Lesson plans↗

    Keith Haring: Lesson plans↗

    External link:” We have gathered our lessons from education departments at Museums that have hosted Keith Haring exhibitions or have received funding from us for special projects, from some of…

  • The Noun Project↗

    The Noun Project↗

    External link: “The Noun Project is a platform empowering the community to build a global visual language of icons and symbols that everyone can understand. Symbols and icons on The…

  • ClipSafari↗

    ClipSafari↗

    External link: “ClipSafari is a free resource containing over 100,000 clip art images that you can download, post, and use for any purpose.”

  • Papercut Zine Library↗

    Papercut Zine Library↗

    External link: Papercut Zine Library has a bunch of zines hosted online which you can read, for free. Typically these are political zines, or quite old zines saved in archives.

  • The Art Story↗

    The Art Story↗

    External link: “TheArtStory.org believe’s in a world where the ideas and aspirations behind wondrous art works are accessible to everyone to explore and be inspired by.”

  • Artist Books: Beth Sargent↗

    Artist Books: Beth Sargent↗

    External link: “A community of artisans and artists combined to produce these ātaahua responses to Keri Hulme’s poetry, and this exhibition shares materials and stories about how these pukapuka were…

  • Albrecht to Zusters: Aotearoa artists’ books↗

    Albrecht to Zusters: Aotearoa artists’ books↗

    External link: “The Albrecht to Zusters Aotearoa artists’ books exhibition displays stunning works of visual and written arts, and explores different materials, bindings and forms – from the traditional Codex…

  • Artful Narratives: Toni Hartill’s sculptural artists’ books↗

    Artful Narratives: Toni Hartill’s sculptural artists’ books↗

    External link: “A look at the sculptural artist’s books and art objects of Toni Hartill that showcase the history of the mighty Kahikatea trees and the importance of caring for…

  • Hand-printed Books↗

    Hand-printed Books↗

    External link: “A look at the Hand-printed Books exhibition at Angela Morton Room that celebrates text/image collaborations between Aotearoa artists, poets, printers and binders.”

  • Typography Glossary↗

    Typography Glossary↗

    External link: An extensive A-Z glossary of typography.

  • Crayola Colouring and Activity Pages ↗

    Crayola Colouring and Activity Pages ↗

    External link: Hundreds of colouring and activity pages designed for Early Childhood and Primary students.

  • Crayola Lesson Plans ↗

    Crayola Lesson Plans ↗

    External link: Hundreds of detailed cross-curriculum lesson plans that are designed for Early Childhood and Primary students.

  • Teaching tips: Using historical images↗

    Teaching tips: Using historical images↗

    External link: “Historical images, including photographs, drawings, paintings and cartoons, are useful resources to support teaching and learning about Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories.”

  • Tohu Whenua: Landmarks that tell our stories ↗

    Tohu Whenua: Landmarks that tell our stories ↗

    External link: “Make history come alive for your ākonga through active, hands on learning at Tohu Whenua, the places that tell our nation’s most important stories, specifically tailored to the…

  • DigitalNZ: Digital Archives ↗

    DigitalNZ: Digital Archives ↗

    External link: “DigitalNZ is the search site for all things New Zealand. We connect you to reliable digital collections from our content partners, including: libraries, museums, galleries, government departments, the…

  • Art Movements & Styles ↗

    Art Movements & Styles ↗

    External link: ” Throughout history, artists have produced art in a variety of media and styles following different philosophies and ideals. Although labelling may often result in being reductive, different…

  • Mātauranga – Education Kit ↗

    Mātauranga – Education Kit ↗

    External link: matauranga.co.nz is a online education kit aimed at inspiring children in New Zealand and the Pacific to recognise the STEM intellect of early Polynesian voyagers.

  • Matariki Akonga Nui: Matariki for teachers ↗

    Matariki Akonga Nui: Matariki for teachers ↗

    External link: “Mānawatia a Matariki! Delve into a selection of teaching and learning activities which uncover the meaning and stories of Matariki, the values that relate to this special time…

  • Kauae Raro Research Collective ↗

    Kauae Raro Research Collective ↗

    External link: ‘Kauae Raro Research Collective was founded in 2019. As a collective, we are dedicated to researching and sharing our mahi looking at whenua as an art material, a…

  • The Drawing Board – TV Series ↗

    The Drawing Board – TV Series ↗

    External link: “A new wave of modern Māori Architecture is sweeping across Aotearoa with some of the freshest up and coming talent at the helm.”

  • Wellington Sculpture Trust ↗

    Wellington Sculpture Trust ↗

    External link: “The Wellington Sculpture Trust was established in 1982 and is a voluntary and independent charitable trust dedicated to enriching Wellington by providing contemporary innovative public art for the…

  • How the First Typeface Designed for the Māori Community is Changing the Way New Zealand Understands its Own Cultural Identity ↗

    How the First Typeface Designed for the Māori Community is Changing the Way New Zealand Understands its Own Cultural Identity ↗

    External link: ‘The most compelling typefaces are the ones that serve a purpose beyond the functionality or aesthetics of the letterforms themselves. For New Zealand-based graphic designer Johnson Witehira, that…

  • Art Schools in New Zealand ↗

    Art Schools in New Zealand ↗

    External Link: “Want to study art in New Zealand? This article contains a comprehensive list of education providers (such as universities, polytechnics, institutes of technology and private training establishments) that…

  • AGSA: Start at Home Activities ↗

    AGSA: Start at Home Activities ↗

    External link: A large collection of Lesson Ideas from AGSA that can be done at school or home.

  • Te Ātinga – Contemporary Māori Arts New Zealand ↗

    Te Ātinga – Contemporary Māori Arts New Zealand ↗

    External link: “Te Ātinga is a Contemporary Māori Visual Arts committee that focuses on supporting Māori artists to explore, experiment, develop and share their creative interests.”

  • NZQA Visual Arts Subject Resources ↗

    NZQA Visual Arts Subject Resources ↗

    NZQA’s home for NCEA Visual Arts, this site includes assessment support, curriculum documents and assessor reports.

  • NCEA Visual Arts ↗

    NCEA Visual Arts ↗

    External link: “The new home for resources, guidance, achievement standards, tools and co-requisites for both Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and The New Zealand Curriculum, to support kaiako, teachers and school…

  • CAST: Universal Design for Learning ↗

    CAST: Universal Design for Learning ↗

    External link: “Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework to improve and optimise teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn.”

  • UDL Aligned Strategies ↗

    UDL Aligned Strategies ↗

    External link: “UDL-aligned strategies are instructional methods used by teachers to ensure that all students that an equal opportunity to learn.”

  • Universal Design for Learning – TKI ↗

    Universal Design for Learning – TKI ↗

    External Link: “Design learning to meet the diverse and variable needs of all students in your classroom.”

  • Moana Fresh ↗

    Moana Fresh ↗

    External Link: “Moana Fresh is a marketplace and community space celebrating Pacific and Māori artists, creatives and authors indigenous to Moana Nui a Kiwa.”

  • Art Asia Pacific ↗

    Art Asia Pacific ↗

    External Link: Established in 1993, Art Asia Pacific magazine is the leading English-language periodical covering contemporary art and culture from Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East.

  • The Coconet ↗

    The Coconet ↗

    External Link: The Coconet is a “virtual island homeland to engage with our global Pacific village. Share, chat and upload your own experiences of living the Pacific way, no matter…

  • NZ Pacific Picture Book Collection ↗

    NZ Pacific Picture Book Collection ↗

    External Link: “The New Zealand Pacific Picture Book Collection is a collection of 36 picture books nominated by nine librarians based in New Zealand with specific responsibility for providing library…

  • Talanoa Ako ↗

    Talanoa Ako ↗

    External Link: “Talanoa Ako is an education programme for Pacific parents, families, and communities. The programme supports them to build knowledge and confidence, enabling them to champion their children’s education…

  • Tautai Pacific Arts Trust ↗

    Tautai Pacific Arts Trust ↗

    External Link: “Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust is Aotearoa’s premiere Pacific arts organisation with a multidisciplinary focus.”

  • Tapasā online↗

    Tapasā online↗

    External Link: The Tapasā website provides resources, tools, and support for teachers of Pacific learners.

  • The Arts in Te Whariki ↗

    The Arts in Te Whariki ↗

    External Link: “When tamariki are encouraged to develop a foundation of knowledge about the arts, they are more able to take full advantage of all that it offers in terms…

  • Learning Ideas in ECE ↗

    Learning Ideas in ECE ↗

    External Link: Some play ideas and awareness days/weeks that can provide fun and educational experiences for children.

  • The Education Hub ↗

    The Education Hub ↗

    External Link: An introduction to the Visual Arts in Early Childhood Education

  • Creative Junk ↗

    Creative Junk ↗

    External Link: “Creative Junk remains committed to supporting teachers and parents by providing inexpensive materials for use in early childhood learning.”

  • Art in Early Childhood – Research Journal ↗

    Art in Early Childhood – Research Journal ↗

    External Link to “The International Art in Early Childhood Research Journal”

  • ecARTnz E-Magazine ↗

    ecARTnz E-Magazine ↗

    External Link: “ecARTnz is an e-magazine of professional practice that show-cases examples of excellent visual art education for infants, toddlers and young children.”

  • Leading Local Curriculum Guide P2 ↗

    Leading Local Curriculum Guide P2 ↗

    External Link: “This guide complements the Leading Local Curriculum Guide series. It is the first in a series of two guides designed to support primary, intermediate, and secondary school leaders…”

  • Leading Local Curriculum Guide P1 ↗

    Leading Local Curriculum Guide P1 ↗

    External Link: “This guide complements the Leading Local Curriculum Guide series. It is the first in a series of two guides designed to support primary, intermediate, and secondary school leaders…”

  • Te Tai Treaty Settlement Stories ↗

    Te Tai Treaty Settlement Stories ↗

    External Link: “A programme aimed at increasing understanding of the past by exploring Treaty settlements and their enduring impact.”

  • Aotearoa New Zealand Histories ↗

    Aotearoa New Zealand Histories ↗

    External Link “Voyaging through Aotearoa New Zealand histories | Whakaterea te waka ki ngā tai hitori o Aotearoa.”

  • History of NZ Photography ↗

    History of NZ Photography ↗

    External Link: “The history of photography in New Zealand dates from early European settlement. Daguerreotypes may have been made here as early as 1841, a year after the signing of…

  • History of NZ Painting ↗

    History of NZ Painting ↗

    External Link: “In the 19th and early 20th century New Zealand painting was dominated by a conservative English style. Landscape was the primary genre.”

  • Christchurch Libraries: Toi Māori ↗

    Christchurch Libraries: Toi Māori ↗

    External Link: “Hundreds of years of passing on traditions, skills, arts and crafts has resulted in the rich Māori culture that is a fundamental part of New Zealand life today.”

  • Social Sciences Online Resources ↗

    Social Sciences Online Resources ↗

    External Link: “Useful online collections of supporting resources and classroom materials to help you get started teaching Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories.”

  • 1981 Springbok Tour ↗

    1981 Springbok Tour ↗

    External Link: “For 56 days in July, August and September 1981, New Zealanders were divided against each other in the largest civil disturbance seen since the 1951 waterfront dispute.”

  • Unteach Racism ↗

    Unteach Racism ↗

    External Link: “The tools and resources of Unteach Racism are for teachers to self-reflect and identify where they may need to shift their own understanding of racism, in order to…

  • National Library: Topic Explorer ↗

    National Library: Topic Explorer ↗

    External Link: “The Topic Explorer helps you find quality, curated resources on a range of topics to support and inspire inquiry. Each topic features a carefully selected set of national…

  • Curiosity Cards for Inquiry ↗

    Curiosity Cards for Inquiry ↗

    External Link: “Use these curiosity cards to spark student inquiry about Aotearoa New Zealand’s rich bicultural heritage. Explore themes related to the He Tohu documents and exhibition, and Tuia —…

  • Musée d’Orsay Website ↗

    Musée d’Orsay Website ↗

    Translation: “Multidisciplinary museum exhibiting the richest collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist paintings in the world in the former Gare d’Orsay in Paris”

  • The National Gallery Website ↗

    The National Gallery Website ↗

    “The Nation’s Gallery. The story of European art, masterpiece by masterpiece.”

  • MoMA Website ↗

    MoMA Website ↗

    “MoMA is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. Its extraordinary exhibitions and collection of modern and contemporary art …”

  • Musée du Louvre Website ↗

    Musée du Louvre Website ↗

    “There are plenty of good reasons to visit the Louvre! So many works of art to discover in this fabulous museum that used to be a palace!”

  • GalleriesNow Website ↗

    GalleriesNow Website ↗

    “Online gallery guide to leading modern & contemporary galleries. Explore exhibitions, installation views & selected works in London, New York, Berlin, …”

  • International Art Centre Website ↗

    International Art Centre Website ↗

    “Fine Art Dealers, Auctioneers & Valuers – Situated in the heart of Auckland’s historic Parnell, the International Art Centre has …”

  • The Met Website ↗

    The Met Website ↗

    “The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in two iconic sites in New…

  • Museo Nacional del Prado Website ↗

    Museo Nacional del Prado Website ↗

    Museo Nacional del Prado is a Spanish national art museum in Madrid.

  • National Gallery of Art Website ↗

    National Gallery of Art Website ↗

    “The National Gallery of Art serves the nation by welcoming all people to explore and experience art, creativity, and our shared humanity.”

  • Museo Reina Sofía Website ↗

    Museo Reina Sofía Website ↗

    “When the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía opened its doors in 1990, it stood as a modern, contemporary Spanish museum on an international scale.”

  • Uffizi Gallery Website ↗

    Uffizi Gallery Website ↗

    “The official website of the Uffizi Galleries. Opening hours, prices, tickets, subscriptions and information for the Uffizi, Pitti Palace”

  • The Art Institute of Chicago Website ↗

    The Art Institute of Chicago Website ↗

    “Home to a collection of art that spans centuries and the globe, the Art Institute of Chicago is located in the heart of the city—and is one of TripAdvisor’s …”

  • The British Museum Website ↗

    The British Museum Website ↗

    “The British Museum Welcome to the British Museum Experience cultures across the globe, from the dawn of human history to the present.”

  • Centre Pompidou YouTube ↗

    Centre Pompidou YouTube ↗

    “Let us guide you in your discovery of the Centre Pompidou… Collection. Discover the collection of the Musée National d’Art Moderne.”

  • Centre Pompidou Website ↗

    Centre Pompidou Website ↗

    “Let us guide you in your discovery of the Centre Pompidou… Collection. Discover the collection of the Musée National d’Art Moderne.”

  • Victoria Miro Website ↗

    Victoria Miro Website ↗

    “Victoria Miro shows the work of established and emerging artists from the USA, Europe and Asia in an exhibition space close to the financial heart of …”

  • V&A Museums Website ↗

    V&A Museums Website ↗

    “Welcome to the family of art, design and performance museums, where everyone is invited to enjoy the power of creativity.”

  • Art@Berlin: Studio 360s ↗

    Art@Berlin: Studio 360s ↗

    “ART@Berlin: Search for Contemporary Art | Exhibitions | Galleries | Museums | Vernissages. Gallery Guide – Find your gallery for contemporary art in Berlin.”

  • Art@Berlin: Exhibition 360s ↗

    Art@Berlin: Exhibition 360s ↗

    “ART@Berlin: Search for Contemporary Art | Exhibitions | Galleries | Museums | Vernissages. Gallery Guide – Find your gallery for contemporary art in Berlin.”

  • Rijksmuseum Website ↗

    Rijksmuseum Website ↗

    “The museum of the Netherlands, in Amsterdam. 800 years of Dutch history, with the great Dutch masters as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh.”

  • Gagosian Gallery Website ↗

    Gagosian Gallery Website ↗

    “Gagosian is a global network of art galleries specializing in modern and contemporary art with nineteen exhibition spaces across New York, Los Angeles, …”

  • Van Gogh Museum Website ↗

    Van Gogh Museum Website ↗

    “Welcome to the Van Gogh Museum! See what’s on: Vincent van Gogh’s masterpieces, exhibitions, events, activities and more for all ages.”

  • The State Hermitage Museum Website ↗

    The State Hermitage Museum Website ↗

    Website for The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Russia.

  • Getty Center Website ↗

    Getty Center Website ↗

    “Getty advances and shares the world’s visual art and cultural heritage for the benefit of all.”

  • Vatican Museums Website ↗

    Vatican Museums Website ↗

    “Welcome to the Vatican Museums: one of the most important sites for the history of human civilization. Here, in the Museums of the Popes of Rome, built-up and enriched over…

  • Guggenheim Website ↗

    Guggenheim Website ↗

    “Committed to innovation, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation collects, preserves, and interprets modern and contemporary art, and explores ideas across cultures through dynamic curatorial and educational initiatives and collaborations.”

  • Tate Modern Website ↗

    Tate Modern Website ↗

    “Tate is a family of four art galleries in London, Liverpool and Cornwall known as Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives.”

  • Perrotin Website ↗

    Perrotin Website ↗

    “Perrotin, founded in 1990 by Emmanuel Perrotin, is an art gallery located in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai.”

  • National Gallery of Australia Website ↗

    National Gallery of Australia Website ↗

    “The National Gallery’s evolving collection of over 155,000 works of art, created by more than 15,000 artists, includes the world’s largest collection of …”

  • Auckland Art Gallery Website ↗

    Auckland Art Gallery Website ↗

    “Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the largest art institution in New Zealand, with a collection numbering over 15000 works. These include major holdings …”

  • City Gallery Wellington Website ↗

    City Gallery Wellington Website ↗

    “City Gallery Wellington is a dynamic cultural presence in the capital city of Aotearoa New Zealand, showcasing contemporary art from New Zealand…”

  • Christchurch Art Gallery Website ↗

    Christchurch Art Gallery Website ↗

    “Welcome to the home of one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s most important public art collections. We are open 10am to 5pm daily, and late nights on Wednesday …”

  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery ↗

    Dunedin Public Art Gallery ↗

    “Dunedin Public Art Gallery is one of New Zealand’s four major metropolitan art galleries. Established in 1884, the Gallery was New Zealand’s first Art …”

  • Artspace Aotearoa Website ↗

    Artspace Aotearoa Website ↗

    “Artspace Aotearoa is a non-profit art organisation located on Auckland’s Karangahape Road.”

  • The Dowse Art Museum Website ↗

    The Dowse Art Museum Website ↗

    “The Dowse Art Museum is a free public gallery for people to enjoy contemporary art and culture.”

  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye YouTube ↗

    Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye YouTube ↗

    “New Zealand’s most courageous contemporary art museum and home to the collection of modernist filmmaker and kinetic artist Len Lye.”

  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye ↗

    Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye ↗

    “New Zealand’s most courageous contemporary art museum and home to the collection of modernist filmmaker and kinetic artist Len Lye.”

  • Sarjeant Gallery YouTube ↗

    Sarjeant Gallery YouTube ↗

    “Our inspirational plan to restore Whanganui’s historic Sarjeant Gallery to its former glory and re-house the significant and extensive Sarjeant Collection”

  • Sarjeant Gallery Website ↗

    Sarjeant Gallery Website ↗

    “Our inspirational plan to restore Whanganui’s historic Sarjeant Gallery to its former glory and re-house the significant and extensive Sarjeant Collection”

  • Te Uru Website ↗

    Te Uru Website ↗

    “Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery is a regional gallery locally rooted in West Auckland but globally minded.”

  • New Zealand Portrait Gallery YouTube ↗

    New Zealand Portrait Gallery YouTube ↗

    “The New Zealand Portrait Gallery Te Pūkenga Whakaata tell the stories of New Zealanders through the art of portraiture. The Gallery is located in Shed 11 on”

  • Tauranga Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    Tauranga Art Gallery YouTube ↗

    “TAG is the first public art gallery in the Western Bay of Plenty. Since opening in 2007, it has consistently delivered high quality …”

  • Tauranga Art Gallery Website ↗

    Tauranga Art Gallery Website ↗

    “TAG is the first public art gallery in the Western Bay of Plenty. Since opening in 2007, it has consistently delivered high quality …”

  • Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery Website ↗

    Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery Website ↗

    “Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery is the purpose-built gallery of Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University.”

  • Waikato Museum ↗

    Waikato Museum ↗

    “Our exhibitions and activities tell the stories of this region and include visual art, social history, tangata whenua and science.”

  • Pātaka Art + Museum YouTube ↗

    Pātaka Art + Museum YouTube ↗

    “Pātaka Art + Museum is the cultural heart of Porirua City, only 15 minutes from Wellington. We showcase the best in contemporary Māori and Pacific arts,”

  • Pātaka Art + Museum Website ↗

    Pātaka Art + Museum Website ↗

    “Pātaka Art + Museum is the cultural heart of Porirua City, only 15 minutes from Wellington. We showcase the best in contemporary Māori and Pacific arts,”

  • Enjoy Contemporary Art Space Website ↗

    Enjoy Contemporary Art Space Website ↗

    “Enjoy Contemporary Art Space is a leading self-determined art space in the centre of Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand”

  • Rotorua Museum Website ↗

    Rotorua Museum Website ↗

    “Kia ora and welcome to Rotorua Museum. Discover Rotorua’s rich culture, volatile landscape and dramatic history in this world-class museum.”

  • Canterbury Museum Website ↗

    Canterbury Museum Website ↗

    “Welcome to the Canterbury Museum. Explore New Zealand’s rich cultural and natural heritage. Learn about the past, present and future of Canterbury.”

  • Gus Fisher Gallery Website ↗

    Gus Fisher Gallery Website ↗

    “Gus Fisher Gallery is a centre for contemporary art with a focus on socially engaged exhibitions that showcase international and Aotearoa artists.”

  • Objectspace Website ↗

    Objectspace Website ↗

    “Objectspace is Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading gallery dedicated to the fields of design, craft and architecture.”

  • Aigantighe Art Gallery Website ↗

    Aigantighe Art Gallery Website ↗

    “Welcome to the Aigantighe Art Gallery, the home of art in South Canterbury. With frequently changing exhibitions, we offer visitors exciting and inspiring opportunities to view the Gallery’s rich collection”

  • Te Manawa Museum Website ↗

    Te Manawa Museum Website ↗

    “A museum working beyond boundaries at the cultural heart of our city. Te Manawa draws art, science and heritage together to reflect our past, illuminate the present and inspire a…

  • The Suter Art Gallery Website ↗

    The Suter Art Gallery Website ↗

    “The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū is the public art gallery for the Nelson Tasman region. Located beside the Queens Gardens on the edge of downtown Nelson, The…

  • Eastern Southland Gallery ↗

    Eastern Southland Gallery ↗

    “Eastern Southland Gallery is the home of the internationally significant John Money Wing and Ralph Hotere Gallery, as well as a diverse programme of …”

  • The Physics Room Website ↗

    The Physics Room Website ↗

    “The Physics Room is a contemporary art space based in Christchurch, New Zealand.”

  • Aratoi Website ↗

    Aratoi Website ↗

    “Aratoi, Wairarapa Museum of Art and History provides high quality experiences of art, history and culture at its gallery in Masterton.”

  • MTG Hawke’s Bay Website ↗

    MTG Hawke’s Bay Website ↗

    “MTG Hawke’s Bay is an award-winning museum, home of the region’s taonga and other treasures…”

  • Toitū Otago Settlers Museum Website ↗

    Toitū Otago Settlers Museum Website ↗

    “Toitῡ Otago Settlers Museum’s core collecting criterion is whether an object has significance to the history of Otago and its people. Collecting began in 1898, …”

  • Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision Website ↗

    Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision Website ↗

    “Ngā Taonga is the New Zealand Archive of Film, Television and Sound. NZ’s audiovisual treasure trove, spanning the history of movie, radio and TV …”

  • Whangārei Art Museum Website ↗

    Whangārei Art Museum Website ↗

    “Whangārei Art Museum is Northland’s premier public art gallery, and the custodian of Whangārei city’s outstanding art collection.”

  • Puke Ariki Website ↗

    Puke Ariki Website ↗

    “Welcome to Puke Ariki – a place of wonder, of excitement, of discovery and adventure. Puke Ariki comprises a museum, library, research centre, museum store …”

  • The Arts Foundation Website ↗

    The Arts Foundation Website ↗

    “Join a national movement backing artists to make their mark on New Zealand. From Bluff to Kaitaia, art makes life better for thousands of New Zealanders.”

  • Artform Website ↗

    Artform Website ↗

    “Welcome to Artform Gallery, tucked away along the riverbank in picturesque Matakana village. Home to a considered selection of Aotearoa’s most skilled artists, showcasing stunning handcrafted Sculpture, Object and Wall…

  • Chartwell Website ↗

    Chartwell Website ↗

    “The Chartwell Trust was set up in the early 1970s by Robert Gardiner, CNZM, then a Hamilton businessman and accountant, as a charitable trust to realise Chartwell’s vision for wider…

  • Corban Estate Arts Centre Website ↗

    Corban Estate Arts Centre Website ↗

    “Corban Estate Arts Centre is an arts precinct in the heart of West Auckland, based on the historic grounds of the late Corban Estate Winery.”

  • Te Papa Website ↗

    Te Papa Website ↗

    “Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa: Book a curriculum-linked school programme or self-guided visit to explore Te Papa’s”

  • Toi Tū Toi Ora: Virtual Tour ↗

    Toi Tū Toi Ora: Virtual Tour ↗

    External Link: “Experience the largest and one of the most significant exhibitions presented in the Gallery’s 133-year history.”

  • Ministry of Education: Resources ↗

    Ministry of Education: Resources ↗

    External Link to the Ministry of Education.

  • Support for Teaching at a Distance ↗

    Support for Teaching at a Distance ↗

    External Link: “A resource created to support educators through the pandemic and beyond. Here you can find information”

  • NZQA: Emergency Events Information↗

    NZQA: Emergency Events Information↗

    External Link: “NZQA’s primary focus is to support the education community, while helping to keep people safe.”

  • Education: Latest Stories on 1News ↗

    Education: Latest Stories on 1News ↗

    External Link to the education section of the 1News website.

  • 5 Structures for Virtual School ↗

    5 Structures for Virtual School ↗

    External Link: “Due to the increasing number of schools and districts offering distance learning or virtual school in response to the COVID19 outbreak,”

  • ArtsOnline: Reviewed Resources ↗

    ArtsOnline: Reviewed Resources ↗

    External Link: “Arts Online is the key professional resource for all arts educators in New Zealand.”

  • TKI: STEM/STEAM ↗

    TKI: STEM/STEAM ↗

    External Link: “Rather than teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into “interdependent””

  • Online Art Activities ↗

    Online Art Activities ↗

    External Link: a series of online art activities from Toy Theatre Games.

  • Facebook Group: Primary Art Ideas ↗

    Facebook Group: Primary Art Ideas ↗

    External Link: “This group is designed to support the teaching of Visual Art by showcasing and sharing the awesome work that is happening in classrooms nationally”

  • Sparketh: Video Lessons ↗

    Sparketh: Video Lessons ↗

    External Link: “Give Your Child The Best Art Education At Home”

  • ArtBar Website ↗

    ArtBar Website ↗

    External Link: “Do you want to raise children who have the confidence to think outside of the box? Children who have the innate ability to problem solve and who think…

  • BBC Teach: KS2 Art and Design ↗

    BBC Teach: KS2 Art and Design ↗

    External Link: “Free teacher classroom resources suitable for use in art and design lessons with primary school children at Key Stage 2 in England,”

  • Teach Kids Art Website ↗

    Teach Kids Art Website ↗

    External Link: “I’m Cheryl, and I’m a big fan of kids’ art­work. I taught Art to kids for over 20 years, and it was the best job ever! I’m not…

  • Art & Craft Hut Facebook Page ↗

    Art & Craft Hut Facebook Page ↗

    External Link: Facebook page for Art & Craft Hut.

  • Twinkl Resource Website ↗

    Twinkl Resource Website ↗

    External Link: “Teaching Our Tamariki Together: Discover our exceptional range of New Zealand teaching resources to help kaiako teach and tamariki learn.”

  • r/ArtEd: Art Teachers Reddit ↗

    r/ArtEd: Art Teachers Reddit ↗

    External Link: “A community for Art Teachers to share lessons, strategies, student artwork, seek ”

  • Vooks: Storybooks ↗

    Vooks: Storybooks ↗

    External Link: “Vooks is an entire library of storybooks brought to life with beautiful animation, read-aloud narration, engaging music and sound, and read-along text”

  • ABC Education Collections ↗

    ABC Education Collections ↗

    External Link: “ABC Education brings you high-quality educational content to use at home and in the classroom. All our resources are free”

  • The Arts Lessons ↗

    The Arts Lessons ↗

    External Link: “Australian Curriculum Lessons is a FREE website for teachers and educators to access a vast range of lesson plans, teaching resources, posters,”

  • Primary Resources ↗

    Primary Resources ↗

    External Link: “Free lesson plans, activity ideas and resources for primary teachers.”

  • ArtsOnline: Visual Arts ↗

    ArtsOnline: Visual Arts ↗

    External Link: “Painting Living Creatures – One Bay of Plenty Teacher Inspires Another: This case study describes how one teacher’s”

  • Gomersal Primary School Art Blog ↗

    Gomersal Primary School Art Blog ↗

    External Link: “I find it incredibly important to keep our art, craft and design curriculum as current, engaging and relevant to our children as possible.”

  • Access Art: Free Resources ↗

    Access Art: Free Resources ↗

    External Link: “One of AccessArt’s most unique features is our evolving collection of visual arts resources which help inspire teaching, learning and practice.”

  • Museums – Free Coloring Pages ↗

    Museums – Free Coloring Pages ↗

    External Link: “One Hundred Museums Transformed Their Collections Into Free Coloring Pages”

  • Tate Kids: Games and Quizzes ↗

    Tate Kids: Games and Quizzes ↗

    External Link: a curation of games and quizzes for kids, from Tate Kids.

  • ArtsOnline: Units and Sequences ↗

    ArtsOnline: Units and Sequences ↗

    External Link: “A series of Units and Learning Sequences designed for teaching Visual Arts in Aotearoa.:

  • Aboriginal Art Lesson Plans ↗

    Aboriginal Art Lesson Plans ↗

    External Link: “This project was initiated by Japingka Gallery in 2015. It is a response to approaches from teachers who were keen to explore Australian indigenous art with their students.”

  • Incredible @rt Department: Lessons ↗

    Incredible @rt Department: Lessons ↗

    External Link: “Welcome to the home page of elementary level art lessons! The lessons are now categorized by grade level, subject, ”

  • Art of Education University↗

    Art of Education University↗

    External Link: “Imagine… a university built by art teachers, exclusively for art teachers.”

  • Teaching Ideas: Art ↗

    Teaching Ideas: Art ↗

    External Link: “Explore our enormous collection of free art teaching ideas, activities and resources!”

  • KinderArt: Art Lessons ↗

    KinderArt: Art Lessons ↗

    External Link: “Here you can browse through our art lesson plans by age or grade, from Preschool through High School.”

  • Crayola: Lesson Plans ↗

    Crayola: Lesson Plans ↗

    External Link: a curation of lesson plans from Crayola.

  • BBC Teach: Primary Resources ↗

    BBC Teach: Primary Resources ↗

    External Link: “Classroom resources for teaching pupils at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland”

  • Paul Carney Arts: Resource Store ↗

    Paul Carney Arts: Resource Store ↗

    External Link: “The Paul Carney arts website is packed with art resources and art lesson plans for teaching art at all stages of education. ”

  • The British Museum: Schools ↗

    The British Museum: Schools ↗

    External Link: “Experience and engage with the Museum’s unique collection from across the world.”

  • Victoria & Albert Museum: Resources ↗

    Victoria & Albert Museum: Resources ↗

    External Link: “Download our free lesson plans for Key Stage 1 and 2 students (ages 5 – 11) covering many areas of our collections and varied exhibition programme.”

  • Ideas: Make Shadow Art for Kids ↗

    Ideas: Make Shadow Art for Kids ↗

    External Link: “These simple drawing ideas for kids is shadow art created with basic art supplies and the sun! Shadow art”

  • MoMA: Lessons for Early Learners ↗

    MoMA: Lessons for Early Learners ↗

    External Link: “Artful Activities for Early Learners emphasize a range of activities and active learning for Pre-K and early elementary-school students.”

  • Signs and Symbols Resource ↗

    Signs and Symbols Resource ↗

    External Link: “In our facilitated programme Signs and Symbols, students look at the diverse ways artists use symbols in their artwork. In the”

  • Storytelling Resource ↗

    Storytelling Resource ↗

    External Link: “In our facilitated programme Storytelling, students explore how artists tell stories through artwork. They will make connections”

  • Minimal Supply Art Activities ↗

    Minimal Supply Art Activities ↗

    External Link: “Being asked to shift your teaching practice from the classroom setting to at-home or eLearning is a challenge in itself.”

  • Auckland Middle Schools Art Association ↗

    Auckland Middle Schools Art Association ↗

    External Link: “Intermediate and Middle School Teachers in Auckland New Zealand. Share Ideas. Promote inter-school”

  • Design & Illustration Courses ↗

    Design & Illustration Courses ↗

    External Link: “What if you could become a better designer by learning directly from the experts, having them show you what to do via comprehensive, well-structured video courses?”

  • Quick, Draw! – Drawing Game ↗

    Quick, Draw! – Drawing Game ↗

    External Link: “This is a game built with machine learning. You draw, and a neural network tries to guess what you’re drawing.”

  • Stop Motion Studio App ↗

    Stop Motion Studio App ↗

    External Link: “Want to create movies like Wallace and Gromit or those groovy Lego shorts on YouTube? Stop Motion Studio”

  • Squiggla ↗

    Squiggla ↗

    External Link: “…a tool that helps you develop creative thinking through the power of mark making.”

  • Houdini Apprentice – FX Software ↗

    Houdini Apprentice – FX Software ↗

    External Link: “Houdini Apprentice is a free version of Houdini FX which can be used by students, artists”

  • Silk – Interactive Generative Art ↗

    Silk – Interactive Generative Art ↗

    External Link: browser-based generative art.

  • Daz 3D – Assets ↗

    Daz 3D – Assets ↗

    External Link: “Beginner or Pro — we have the premium assets you need to develop your 3D world.”

  • Design Tips & Tricks ↗

    Design Tips & Tricks ↗

    External Link: “All the tips and tricks you need to take your career to the next level.”

  • Exciting Ways to Teach Typography ↗

    Exciting Ways to Teach Typography ↗

    External Link: “Have you ever let your students go rogue in the font panel? If so, chances are you’ve been bombarded”

  • Adobe Express ↗

    Adobe Express ↗

    External Link: “Our free plan includes thousands of unique templates, design assets, Adobe Stock royalty-free photos, and more.”

  • SketchUp for Schools ↗

    SketchUp for Schools ↗

    External Link: “Browser-based SketchUp for Primary and Secondary schools signed up with G Suite for Education”

  • Canva ↗

    Canva ↗

    External Link: “Canva makes it easy to create professional designs and to share or print them.”

  • Blender – Free 3D Creation Software ↗

    Blender – Free 3D Creation Software ↗

    External Link: “Blender is a public project hosted on blender.org, licensed as GNU GPL, owned by its contributors.”

  • Corel Vector – Web-Based App ↗

    Corel Vector – Web-Based App ↗

    External Link: “The web-based vector graphics app that empowers you to create on any device. Design your creative projects in a user-friendly tool”

  • RawTherapee – Free Image Processing ↗

    RawTherapee – Free Image Processing ↗

    External Link: “RawTherapee is a powerful, cross-platform raw photo processing system, released as Free Software”

  • Adobe Substance – Education License ↗

    Adobe Substance – Education License ↗

    External Link: “Adobe Substance 3D brings you an ecosystem of apps and content that empower you to design 3D”

  • Maxon One – Education License ↗

    Maxon One – Education License ↗

    External Link: “Easy-to-Use, Powerful Tools for 3D Animation, GPU Rendering, Sculpting, VFX and Motion Design”

  • VEED – Browser Video Editor ↗

    VEED – Browser Video Editor ↗

    External Link: “An online video suite for professionals. Record, edit and stream vour videos in the cloud. The fastest and easiest wav to make”

  • Sumo – Drawing & Painting App ↗

    Sumo – Drawing & Painting App ↗

    External Link: “Draw images, create music, edit videos, enhance photos, develop new apps and build 3D models.”

  • Digital Apps List ↗

    Digital Apps List ↗

    External Link: “Victoria Sylvestre Art Teacher: See 3D Modeling, Augmented Reality, & Virtual Reality at the bottom!”

  • Inkscape – Vector Graphics Editor ↗

    Inkscape – Vector Graphics Editor ↗

    External Link: “Whether you are an illustrator, designer, web designer or just”

  • FireAlpaca – Digital Painting Software ↗

    FireAlpaca – Digital Painting Software ↗

    External Link: “FireAlpaca is the free Digital Painting Software that is compatible with both Mac and Windows.”

  • Adobe: Mobile Apps Tutorials ↗

    Adobe: Mobile Apps Tutorials ↗

    External Link: “Create anything you can imagine. Learn the basics, or refine your skills with tutorials designed to inspire.”

  • Paride Bertolin – Monsters ↗

    Paride Bertolin – Monsters ↗

    External Link: “PK_M Collection: Series of Sketches made with ballpoint pen on paper. “Little and quick Concepts for Great Ideas””

  • The Art & Craft Hut Facebook Page ↗

    The Art & Craft Hut Facebook Page ↗

    External Link: “The Art & Craft Hut is a multi-dimensional, art loving space that promotes inclusive arts and crafts”

  • Resolved Work: Journeys ↗

    Resolved Work: Journeys ↗

    “What does resolving artwork mean? A resolved artwork will: communicate meaning in relation to the concepts and ideas that are presented”

  • Tools for Primary Source Analysis ↗

    Tools for Primary Source Analysis ↗

    External Link: “Our primary source analysis tools are designed for ākonga (students) from years 1 to 13 in Aotearoa NZ schools.”

  • Toilet Paper Rolls Squashed into Faces ↗

    Toilet Paper Rolls Squashed into Faces ↗

    External Link: “French paper artist Junior Fritz Jacquet created this fantastic series of weird masks made from toilet paper rolls. Inspired by the craft of origami”

  • Sarjeant Gallery: Lockdown Activities ↗

    Sarjeant Gallery: Lockdown Activities ↗

    “Creative fun activities sourced from around the home make a magical mandala from your garden”

  • Māui Studios ↗

    Māui Studios ↗

    External Link: “Māui Studios is a kaupapa Māori production studio that develops digital content grounded in mātauranga Māori.”

  • Grayson Perry Lockdown Classes ↗

    Grayson Perry Lockdown Classes ↗

    External Link: Aimed at the “average Joe”, the new show will take viewers through the principles of drawing, painting and sculpture, in the hopes of encouraging them to make work…

  • NorthArt: Education Resources↗

    NorthArt: Education Resources↗

    External Link: “Our free activity sheets are designed to encourage an appreciation and understanding of art in children.”

  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery: At School ↗

    Dunedin Public Art Gallery: At School ↗

    External Link: “Dunedin Public Art Gallery is one of New Zealand’s four major metropolitan art galleries. Established in 1884, the Gallery was New Zealand’s first Art Gallery and is”

  • Tate: Teaching Resources ↗

    Tate: Teaching Resources ↗

    External Link: “Our mission is to increase the public’s enjoyment and understanding of British art from the 16th century to the present day and of international modern and contemporary art”

  • The Met: Resources for Educators ↗

    The Met: Resources for Educators ↗

    External Link: “Foster your students’ learning and your own in workshops and events and with online, print, and other resources.”

  • ArtNow ↗

    ArtNow ↗

    External Link: “ArtNow is an online platform showcasing the outstanding contemporary art exhibitions, events, galleries, books and editioned…”

  • The National Gallery of Canada: Resources for Teachers ↗

    The National Gallery of Canada: Resources for Teachers ↗

    External Link: “Looking for resources to use with your students in class? We offer a range of materials to enhance your lessons.”

  • Te Papa: Teaching Resources ↗

    Te Papa: Teaching Resources ↗

    External Link: “Bring the national museum into your classroom with our free, cross-curricular range of educational resources.”

  • Activity: Cubomania ↗

    Activity: Cubomania ↗

    External Link: “Cubomania was a technique used by Romanian Surrealist artist Gherasim Luca after World War Two. Many Surrealist ideas were inspired by the Dada”

  • How to Draw Your Own Selfie ↗

    How to Draw Your Own Selfie ↗

    External Link: “Designer Giorgia Lupi wants to change the way we think about data — far from being cold facts and numbers”

  • Sue Brown Printmaker ↗

    Sue Brown Printmaker ↗

    External Link: “I have been a printmaker for longer than I care to remember and as part of the job of being an artist there is the important task of…

  • Tes: Teaching Resources ↗

    Tes: Teaching Resources ↗

    External Link: “Tes is dedicated to supporting the world’s teachers. Our mission is to enable great teaching by helping educators to find the tools and technology they need”

  • Adobe Education Exchange ↗

    Adobe Education Exchange ↗

    External Link: “Unleash creativity and digital literacy. Discover free teaching resources for your class.”

  • Quizlet ↗

    Quizlet ↗

    External Link: “Join over 60 million students around the world using Quizlet’s science-backed flashcards, practice tests and games to reach ”

  • Padlet App ↗

    Padlet App ↗

    External Link: “Padlets are visual boards for organizing and sharing content.”

  • Art & Design Secondary Resources ↗

    Art & Design Secondary Resources ↗

    External Link: “Instant access to inspirational lesson plans, schemes of work, assessment, interactive activities, resource packs, PowerPoints, teaching ideas at Twinkl!”

  • Free-to-Access Resources ↗

    Free-to-Access Resources ↗

    External Link: “One of AccessArt’s most unique features is our evolving collection of visual arts resources which help inspire teaching, learning and practice. We now have over 1100 resources”

  • The Arts Lessons ↗

    The Arts Lessons ↗

    External Link: “Australian Curriculum Lessons is a FREE website for teachers and educators to access a vast range of lesson plans,”

  • Calder’s Balancing Acts Activity ↗

    Calder’s Balancing Acts Activity ↗

    External Link: “Students will learn the vocabulary of contemporary sculpture and be able to distinguish between abstract and realistic sculpture”

  • “NGAkids Art Zone” for iPad ↗

    “NGAkids Art Zone” for iPad ↗

    External Link: “Discover the world of art in a fun and easy way. Explore and learn about some of the most famous works from the Gallery’s collection”

  • Creative Bloq ↗

    Creative Bloq ↗

    External Link: “Daily inspiration for creative people. Fresh thinking, expert tips and tutorials to supercharge your creative muscles.”

  • Ted Ed@Home ↗

    Ted Ed@Home ↗

    External Link: “To support the millions of students, parents and teachers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic”

  • Twinkl ↗

    Twinkl ↗

    External Link: “Discover our exceptional range of New Zealand teaching resources to help kaiako teach and tamariki learn.”

  • Bēhance ↗

    Bēhance ↗

    External Link: “Behance is the world’s largest creative network for showcasing and discovering creative work.”

  • Art Class Curator ↗

    Art Class Curator ↗

    External Link: “Art Class Curator is leading an art education revolution by empowering teachers with the resources and training they need to”

  • Virtual Galleries and Museums ↗

    Virtual Galleries and Museums ↗

    External Link: “Humans are pretty good at adapting. While it might take a little while for us to settle into a new world order of no travel and physically distancing…

  • Faces of Frida ↗

    Faces of Frida ↗

    External Link: “A closer look at the many faces of Frida Kahlo through her life, art and legacy”

  • Virtual Art Galleries List ↗

    Virtual Art Galleries List ↗

    External Link: “Let’s jump in the car and head to the art museum. Oh, wait I live in the rural center of the middle of nowhere. ”

  • Sparketh: Video Lessons ↗

    Sparketh: Video Lessons ↗

    External Link: “Learning art with Sparketh is fun and effective. Gain unlimited access to a library of 1000+ bite-sized video lessons”

  • MoMA: Teaching Resources ↗

    MoMA: Teaching Resources ↗

    External Link: “Whether you are a classroom or homeschool teacher, a parent or caregiver now suddenly in the position of teaching at home, a student, ”

  • Colossal Online Art Magazine↗

    Colossal Online Art Magazine↗

    External Link: “Colossal is an online art magazine that celebrates contemporary art and visual culture across a wide range of creative disciplines. Based in Chicago, we have an international focus…

  • The Art Story: Alexander Calder ↗

    The Art Story: Alexander Calder ↗

    External Link: “American artist Alexander Calder redefined sculpture by introducing the element of movement, first through performances of his mechanical”

  • MoMA: Weekly Lessons ↗

    MoMA: Weekly Lessons ↗

    External Link: “Mondays with MoMA are activities for primary and secondary students. Each lesson is inspired by an object in MoMA’s collection,”

  • Brett Graham ↗

    Brett Graham ↗

    External Link: “Brett Graham (Ngāti Koroki Kahukura, Tainui, b. 1967) is a sculptor who creates large scale artworks and installations that explore indigenous histories, politics and philosophies.”

  • Kindred Spirits ↗

    Kindred Spirits ↗

    External Link: “I needed a little art therapy, so I called the best doctor* in the business… Andy J. Pizza.”

  • Te Papa: Visual Language Resource ↗

    Te Papa: Visual Language Resource ↗

    External Link: “Choose from 16 creative activities designed to help students engage with art and develop their visual language skills.”

  • Free Art Teacher Resources ↗

    Free Art Teacher Resources ↗

    External Link: “This page contains a collection of free Art resources for use by middle and high school teachers.”

  • National Gallery of Art: Teachers ↗

    National Gallery of Art: Teachers ↗

    External Link: “Plan a field trip or bring art into your classroom. Find lesson ideas, teaching resources, or professional development opportunities for yourself.”

  • Tes: Art and Design Resources ↗

    Tes: Art and Design Resources ↗

    External Link: “We power schools and enable great teaching worldwide, by creating intelligent online products and services to make the greatest difference in education.”

  • The Art of Education University ↗

    The Art of Education University ↗

    External Link: “Imagine… a university built by art teachers, exclusively for art teachers.”

  • Analysing Visual Texts in the Gallery ↗

    Analysing Visual Texts in the Gallery ↗

    External Link: “These resources relate to our programme for students of English supporting Achievement Standards: 1/2/3.2; 1.8 2/ 3.7; 1.11, 2.10, 3.9 .”

  • City Gallery Wellington  Resources ↗

    City Gallery Wellington Resources ↗

    External Link: “Looking for some inspiration in the classroom? Our teacher resources for current and past exhibitions contain key information about artists’ ideas, techniques and processes.”

  • Martin’s Guide: Drawing Techniques ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Drawing Techniques ↗

    External Link: “We now consider some basic techniques of drawing. First is the way you hold your drawing tool”

  • Martin’s Guide: Guidelines ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Guidelines ↗

    External Link: “When you begin a drawing, simple guidelines of some sort are helpful. These lines are usually very”

  • Martin’s Guide: Angles and Proportions ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Angles and Proportions ↗

    External Link: “Draw lightly and loosely at first. Find the placement on the page of what you are drawing and lightly”

  • Martin’s Guide: Basic Artistic Terms ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Basic Artistic Terms ↗

    External Link: “Every profession has its own vocabulary. Before you go any further in this book, it will be helpful to familiarize yourself with the terms defined here.”

  • Martin’s Guide: Perspective & the Cube ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Perspective & the Cube ↗

    External Link: “In linear perspective it is necessary to understand the concept of the picture plane, which is the actual”

  • Martin’s Guide: Basic Shapes and Forms ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Basic Shapes and Forms ↗

    External Link: “The first step in drawing is always simplification. The world is a complex place. A mistake many”

  • Martin’s Guide: Silhouette and Line ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Silhouette and Line ↗

    External Link: “The simplest depiction of an object its silhouette, or outside contours. When I begin to draw an object,”

  • Martin’s Guide: Two-Dimensional Shapes ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Two-Dimensional Shapes ↗

    External Link: “At the two-dimensional level-the level of silhouettes-there are three basic shapes: the square, the circle, ”

  • Martin’s Guide: Three-Dimensional Forms ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Three-Dimensional Forms ↗

    External Link: “At the three-dimensional level there are five basic forms: the sphere, the cone, the cylinder, the torus”

  • Martin’s Guide: Drawing Exercises #6 ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Drawing Exercises #6 ↗

    External Link: “Reading about these concepts is not enough. You must teach your hand what your mind knows.”

  • Martin’s Guide: Value & Illusion of Form ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Value & Illusion of Form ↗

    External Link: “We now look at how value-the relative lightness or darkness of a color-defines the basic forms. Value”

  • Martin’s Guide: Negative Forms ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Negative Forms ↗

    External Link: “All of the basic forms have negatives of themselves. For example, the inside of a soup bowl is a negative”

  • Martin’s Guide: Drawing Exercises #5 ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Drawing Exercises #5 ↗

    External Link: “Return to the shapes you cut from the gray paper in the previous exercises.”

  • Martin’s Guide: Contrast ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Contrast ↗

    External Link: “Contrast describes the relationship between light and dark values. To understand contrast, make a”

  • Martin’s Guide: Drawing Exercises #4 ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Drawing Exercises #4 ↗

    External Link: “Draw an even tone to depict a plane parallel to the picture plane. Then draw a blend”

  • Martin’s Guide: Proximity Shadows ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Proximity Shadows ↗

    External Link: “A proximity shadow is another type of cast shadow; it is the shadow you see between two objects that”

  • Length & Direction of Cast Shadows ↗

    Length & Direction of Cast Shadows ↗

    External Link: “To calculate the length and direction of a cast shadow, follow the steps described in the”

  • Martin’s Guide Drawing Exercises #3 ↗

    Martin’s Guide Drawing Exercises #3 ↗

    External Link: “Draw several of the basic forms with their cast shadows falling on a variety of textured surfaces.”

  • Value & the Reflecting Surface ↗

    Value & the Reflecting Surface ↗

    External Link: “When considering how to render reflections, it is necessary to differentiate between polished”

  • Martin’s Guide: The Angle of Reflections ↗

    Martin’s Guide: The Angle of Reflections ↗

    External Link: “The reflection of a vertical object in a flat reflecting surface appears as a duplicate of the object’s”

  • Martin’s Guide: Size & Shape of Reflections ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Size & Shape of Reflections ↗

    External Link: “Reflections on an irregular but flat reflecting surface appear larger than the object’s height because the”

  • Hollow v. Solid Transparent Objects ↗

    Hollow v. Solid Transparent Objects ↗

    External Link: “Transparent objects come in two varieties: hollow, such as an empty glass jar, and solid, such as a”

  • Seeing Shapes in Elliptical Perspective ↗

    Seeing Shapes in Elliptical Perspective ↗

    External Link: “All shapes on a plane are affected by elliptical perspective. Imagine odd-shaped leaves floating on”

  • Ellipses to Define Surface Contours ↗

    Ellipses to Define Surface Contours ↗

    External Link: “Ellipses are also used to define the curvature of a surface. The key is to vary in specific ways the”

  • The Major Axis and Surface Contour ↗

    The Major Axis and Surface Contour ↗

    External Link: “Up to this point all variations in surface contours have been created by varying the minor axes and”

  • Martin’s Guide: Distortions ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Distortions ↗

    External Link: “Transparent solid objects are also defined by the specific ways they distort the images of things seen”

  • Martin’s Guide: Glass Exercise ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Glass Exercise ↗

    External Link: “Observe, then draw an empty transparent water glass and its cast shadow. As you look at the glass,”

  • Martin’s Guide: Elliptical Perspective ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Elliptical Perspective ↗

    External Link: “How do you visually determine the incline of a hill? How can you determine the form of a piece of cloth”

  • Martin’s Guide: Linear Composition ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Linear Composition ↗

    External Link: “Line is second only to edge as the strongest element in compositional design. In this context, line”

  • Martin’s Guide: Value Composition ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Value Composition ↗

    External Link: “Value, which refers to the relative lightness or darkness of a color, is the second layer of”

  • Martin’s Guide: Texture Composition ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Texture Composition ↗

    External Link: “The third layer of composition is color, which we will save for another time. Thus, we proceed to the”

  • Martin’s Guide: Angles of Planes ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Angles of Planes ↗

    External Link: “The shapes of cast shadows are what we most commonly use to identify and describe the angles of”

  • Martin’s Guide: Drawing Exercises ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Drawing Exercises ↗

    External Link: “Because it is important to teach the hand what the mind now knows, included here is an illustration of”

  • Martin’s Guide 3 Point Perspective ↗

    Martin’s Guide 3 Point Perspective ↗

    External Link: “In most situations, one- or two-point perspective is appropriate, but when a more extreme view”

  • Chuck Close Portrait Drawing Activity ↗

    Chuck Close Portrait Drawing Activity ↗

    External Link: “Using artist Chuck Close as inspiration, children will learn how to draw portraits using the grid system.”

  • How to Draw Cats ↗

    How to Draw Cats ↗

    External Link: “Cats are loyal and intuitive companions—and they’re also beautiful creatures that provide excellent artistic inspiration.”

  • Step-by-Step Drawing for Beginners ↗

    Step-by-Step Drawing for Beginners ↗

    External Link: “You want to learn to draw or to improve your drawing skills, but every time you put pen to paper, ”

  • Guide: Character Design Concept Art ↗

    Guide: Character Design Concept Art ↗

    External Link: “When you read a book, you might picture the scenes in your head, designing the world and the characters based on the writer’s descriptions”

  • Martin’s Guide To Drawing ↗

    Martin’s Guide To Drawing ↗

    External Link: “Bill Martin’s Guide to Drawing was designed and written by the Visionary Art master. The words and images on these ”

  • How to: Observational Drawing ↗

    How to: Observational Drawing ↗

    External Link: “Observational drawing is an integral component of many high school Art courses, including GCSE/IGCSE”

  • How to Draw & Paint Faster ↗

    How to Draw & Paint Faster ↗

    External Link: “Are you struggling to get your Art projects done on time? Some students – even those who are dedicated and hard-working”

  • Simpsons Drawing Series ↗

    Simpsons Drawing Series ↗

    External Link: “Stanislaw Bahskow has created a kind of creepy drawing series based on the famous Simpsons characters.”

  • 60 + Easy Drawing Ideas ↗

    60 + Easy Drawing Ideas ↗

    External Link: “You’re looking at a blank sketchbook page and you’re at a loss for your next drawing idea…again.”

  • Top Sketching Tips ↗

    Top Sketching Tips ↗

    External Link: “Working a handful of useful sketching tips and tricks into your creative workflow will have rewarding results for you and your sketchbook.”

  • Line Drawing: A Guide for Art Students ↗

    Line Drawing: A Guide for Art Students ↗

    External Link: “When we first picked up a pen or pencil and started making marks on paper, we began with line.”

  • Draw a Pattern, Relax Your Mind ↗

    Draw a Pattern, Relax Your Mind ↗

    External Link: “If you’ve never considered drawing as a meditative practice, give it a try. You can quiet your mind when you draw a pattern and create something beautiful in…

  • Monoprinting and Drawing Activity ↗

    Monoprinting and Drawing Activity ↗

    External Link: “Watch the video on the 3 different ways i have experimented to create the background [negative space].”

  • Texture Activities ↗

    Texture Activities ↗

    External Link: “There are four types of texture in art. These types are best understood as a set of pairs.”

  • Value and Shading Activities ↗

    Value and Shading Activities ↗

    External Link: “We see dark to light and all the gradations in between, and the gradations or shades are what we call values. ”

  • Eyes to Hands Activities ↗

    Eyes to Hands Activities ↗

    External Link: “Through drawing we learn to look. Through drawing we learn to explore. Through drawing we build our”

  • 3 Point Perspective Activity ↗

    3 Point Perspective Activity ↗

    External Link: “Three Point Perspective is the most complex form of perspective drawing. Three point perspective uses three sets”

  • Two-Point Perspective Activity ↗

    Two-Point Perspective Activity ↗

    External Link: “In one-point perspective, all lines converge to a single point on the horizon. Two-point perspective addresses the drawing issues we face rendering”

  • Shape in Space: Perspective Drawing ↗

    Shape in Space: Perspective Drawing ↗

    External Link: “Perspective is an art technique for creating an illusion of three-dimensions (depth and space) on a two-dimensional (flat) surface.”

  • Colour Pencil – Food Activity ↗

    Colour Pencil – Food Activity ↗

    External Link: “A popular subject of the Pop Art movement was food! So we are going to be using food as our subject matter to complete a colour pencil study.”

  • Doodle Drawings ↗

    Doodle Drawings ↗

    External Link: “This is a free-form drawing project that deals with the elements of design – colour, line, shape, form and texture.”

  • How to Draw Realistic Eyes ↗

    How to Draw Realistic Eyes ↗

    External Link: “This article features artwork by Elena Tomas Bort, completed as part of Unit 3, Edexcel A Level Art”

  • Drawing After Joanna Margaret Paul ↗

    Drawing After Joanna Margaret Paul ↗

    External Link: “This week’s artist is Joanna Margaret Paul, a New Zealand artist and poet, whose work in watercolour paint, pencil and moving image, often focussed”

  • Drawing for Graphic Design: Exercises ↗

    Drawing for Graphic Design: Exercises ↗

    External Link: “When talking about drawing for graphic design projects, we’re very often talking about a digital process.”

  • Best Drawing Books for Art  Teachers ↗

    Best Drawing Books for Art Teachers ↗

    External Link: “The best drawing books are those with exemplary illustrations, which inspire students before they have even read a word.”

  • Illustration Project Ideas ↗

    Illustration Project Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Searching for good illustration ideas for your next project? This collection of awesome artwork”

  • Illustration Inspiration List ↗

    Illustration Inspiration List ↗

    External Link: “A carefully selected list of illustrators producing the most eye-catching visual interpretations of ideas and concepts in their unique, signature styles.”

  • Flat Illustration: Tips and Tricks ↗

    Flat Illustration: Tips and Tricks ↗

    External Link: “Whatever is the direction digital artists choose for their professional realization, one of the crucial and hardest challenges is finding own creative style”

  • Landscape Illustration Tips ↗

    Landscape Illustration Tips ↗

    External Link: “Illustrators Brian Millar, Cassandre Monoriol, Matt Johnson and Michael Driver reveal their techniques for creating landscape artworks in different styles.”

  • Trends in Illustration and Design ↗

    Trends in Illustration and Design ↗

    External Link: “A new creative year is starting to grow the rocketing speed, and it’s time for us to take a look back, remember and analyze”

  • Top 7 Illustration trends 2021 ↗

    Top 7 Illustration trends 2021 ↗

    External Link: “2020 has been a year that none of us could predict – A year to forget! It had brought chaos & uncertainty a few”

  • Illustrations by Konstantin Reshetnikov ↗

    Illustrations by Konstantin Reshetnikov ↗

    External Link: “Konstantin Reshetnikov is a Russian graphic designer and illustrator who lives and works in Saint Petersburg”

  • Creativeboom Inspiration ↗

    Creativeboom Inspiration ↗

    External Link: “Inspiring work and projects from emerging and established artists, designers, illustrators and photographers,”

  • Illustration Portfolio Websites ↗

    Illustration Portfolio Websites ↗

    External Link: “When you think of illustration, your mind might go first to children’s storybooks, but in recent years illustration has become a huge trend in web design. ”

  • Mars Illustration by Karolis Strautniekas ↗

    Mars Illustration by Karolis Strautniekas ↗

    External Link: “Karolis Strautniekas was asked to illustrate the future for Forbes Japan. The story: It’s 2050 and robots”

  • Andrey Prokopenko: Illustration Art ↗

    Andrey Prokopenko: Illustration Art ↗

    External Link: “Meet Andrey Prokopenko, designer and illustrator from Ukraine. Keen artist”

  • Surreal Days by Cristian Pintos ↗

    Surreal Days by Cristian Pintos ↗

    External Link: “Cristian Pintos is an Uruguayan illustrator living and working in Spain. He usually creates illustrations and visual content for brands,”

  • Earth Day Illustrations ↗

    Earth Day Illustrations ↗

    External Link: “People and nature have to live in harmony to survive, and that’s the art of small steps and big awareness. Concerned about”

  • Illustrations by Tatooine Girl ↗

    Illustrations by Tatooine Girl ↗

    External Link: “Meet Tatooine Girl, the illustrator from Poland creating elegant line illustrations.”

  • Illustrations by Malika Favre ↗

    Illustrations by Malika Favre ↗

    External Link: “Today we invite you to plunge into illustration art by Malika Favre, a famous French artist based in London.”

  • People Illustrations by V Grachkova ↗

    People Illustrations by V Grachkova ↗

    “Meet Victoria Grachkova, a 2D artist from Latvia. Her illustration portfolio is full of bright characters, and in this post, we’d like to share”

  • Kids Illustrations by Raíssa Bulhões ↗

    Kids Illustrations by Raíssa Bulhões ↗

    External Link: “Meet Raíssa Bulhões, an illustrator from the Netherlands, whose portfolio is literally full of cuteness”

  • Truly Posters by Nahuel Bardi ↗

    Truly Posters by Nahuel Bardi ↗

    External Link: Nahuel Bardi is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Madrid, Spain. Some months ago, he was asked by Mathematics.tv”

  • Illustrations by Sam Chivers ↗

    Illustrations by Sam Chivers ↗

    External Link: “UK-based illustrator Sam Chivers just published a fine selection of his most recent illustration projects.”

  • Brand Illustrations by Justina Leisyte ↗

    Brand Illustrations by Justina Leisyte ↗

    External Link: “Justina Leisyte is a Copenhagen, Denmark-based illustrator and designer. She was commissioned by Designit to help their team”

  • Illustrations by Pablo Tesio ↗

    Illustrations by Pablo Tesio ↗

    External Link: “Pablo Tesio is a conceptual illustrator from Argentina who lives and works in Madrid, Spain. He loves to transform complex ideas”

  • Luca Di Bartolomeo Illustrations ↗

    Luca Di Bartolomeo Illustrations ↗

    External Link: “Luca Di Bartolomeo is a 24 years old illustrator from Italy. He grew up in Abruzzo and at the age of 16, he had a huge chance to…

  • Illustrations by Ori Toor ↗

    Illustrations by Ori Toor ↗

    External Link: “A collection of surreal illustrations created by Ori Toor in early 2021. Just a few months ago,”

  • Ada Zielińska: Design & Illustration ↗

    Ada Zielińska: Design & Illustration ↗

    External Link: “Without any doubt, Ada Zielińska is blessed with excellent creative talent. The Polish graphic designer and illustrator says that she feels best ”

  • Illustrations by Cristian Pintos ↗

    Illustrations by Cristian Pintos ↗

    External Link: “Cristian Pintos is an Uruguayan illustrator who lives and works in Spain. He specializes in illustrations and visual content for brands, products, and publications”

  • Motion Design: Animated Illustrations ↗

    Motion Design: Animated Illustrations ↗

    External Link: “Digital illustrations applied on websites, landing pages, mobile screens, and emails present the booming trend this year. Custom graphic design”

  • Examples: Animated Logos ↗

    Examples: Animated Logos ↗

    External Link: “An animated logo is a fresh and dynamic way to present your brand identity. Many companies still have only a static variation of the logo while the web”

  • Artist Models for Painting Students ↗

    Artist Models for Painting Students ↗

    External Link: “I frequently get asked to suggest good artist models for Fine Art / Painting students. There are thousands of inspirational historical and contemporary”

  • Painting Artist Models ↗

    Painting Artist Models ↗

    External Link: A series of Painting Artist Models, curated by Hillcrest High School.

  • Expressive Painting Activity ↗

    Expressive Painting Activity ↗

    External Link: “This focus study is more about a range of influences as apposed to one particular artist model.”

  • Cubist Portrait Activity ↗

    Cubist Portrait Activity ↗

    External Link: “1. you need to prepare your painting surface with two coats of gessouse”

  • Perceptions of Identity: IB Visual Arts ↗

    Perceptions of Identity: IB Visual Arts ↗

    External Link: “This article features the International Baccalaureate artwork of Iris Cheung, completed as part of the IB Visual Arts Diploma Programme”

  • Tips for Drawing Portfolio (from Student) ↗

    Tips for Drawing Portfolio (from Student) ↗

    External Link: “These are a selection of works and commentaries from Ratthamnoon Prakitpong, a graduate from”

  • How to Develop Your Ideas ↗

    How to Develop Your Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Many high school Art students (such as those studying AS or A2 Level Art & Design) must present a Coursework or Exam portfolio”

  • A Guide to Subject Matter Selection ↗

    A Guide to Subject Matter Selection ↗

    External Link: “Looking for art project ideas? A theme for high school art boards? Whether specialising in Painting, Graphic Design,”

  • Use of Media for Painting Students P3 ↗

    Use of Media for Painting Students P3 ↗

    External Link: “This article outlines unusual painting and drawing techniques that are useful for creating exciting sketchbook pages, grounds, textural layers and adding tone”

  • Use of Media for Painting Students P2 ↗

    Use of Media for Painting Students P2 ↗

    External Link: “It has always amazed me how few high school Art students use a ‘ground’ in their artwork. While grounds are common in contemporary art,”

  • Use of Media for Painting Students P1 ↗

    Use of Media for Painting Students P1 ↗

    External Link: “Sometimes even highly able Painting students feel stuck in a rut. If your IGCSE or A Level Art Coursework project feels stagnant”

  • Tips: Painting Faster & More Efficiently ↗

    Tips: Painting Faster & More Efficiently ↗

    External Link: “When you watch some of the top artists paint, you may be wondering how they do it so fast! They seem to make every stroke without hesitation and…

  • Unfamiliar Painting Materials ↗

    Unfamiliar Painting Materials ↗

    External Link: “When our kids were little we would often take them camping. We would take sketch books pencils and pens for them but what they enjoyed most was making”

  • How to Draw & Paint Faster ↗

    How to Draw & Paint Faster ↗

    External Link: “Are you struggling to get your Art projects done on time? Some students – even those who are dedicated and hard-working”

  • Art Sketchbook Ideas for Students ↗

    Art Sketchbook Ideas for Students ↗

    External Link: “This article contains a collection of sketchbook pages from art students around the world, including those who study”

  • Finding a Voice Through Art & Design ↗

    Finding a Voice Through Art & Design ↗

    External Link: “This article features the A2 Coursework project of Emily Fielding, completed while studying Edexcel A Level Art and Design”

  • Still Life and Paper Cranes ↗

    Still Life and Paper Cranes ↗

    External Link: “This coursework project was completed by Agnes Fung while studying CIE IGCSE Art and Design at”

  • Color Control ↗

    Color Control ↗

    External Link: “There is often a temptation to be blindly led by the subject we are painting when it comes to decisions regarding color.”

  • Unusual Painting Subjects ↗

    Unusual Painting Subjects ↗

    External Link: “It’s easy to fall into the trap of always selecting subject matter that appeals. Landscapes, portraits, flowers, boats and water”

  • Ways to Loosen Your Painting Style ↗

    Ways to Loosen Your Painting Style ↗

    External Link: “When I am teaching Classes and Workshops, no one ever says “Show me how to be a tight painter”. Everyone wants to know how to loosen up and…

  • The First Female Afghan Street Artist ↗

    The First Female Afghan Street Artist ↗

    External Link: “After the Taliban took over Afghanistan, many of the country’s citizens are uncertain of how it will affect their lives and safety.”

  • E-Waste’s Impact: NCEA Painting ↗

    E-Waste’s Impact: NCEA Painting ↗

    External Link: “This article features Michaela Barker’s outstanding NCEA Level 3 Painting folio, completed in her final year of high school at ”

  • Student Paints 3 Generations of her Family ↗

    Student Paints 3 Generations of her Family ↗

    External Link: “This article features the outstanding paintings and drawings of Sophie Cahill, completed as part of her A Level Personal Investigation (Unit 3)”

  • Simple Acrylic Painting Tips ↗

    Simple Acrylic Painting Tips ↗

    External Link: “If you’re just beginning with acrylic paint in your art journal, you’re going to love these acrylic painting tips for beginners.”

  • Impossible Shape Painting ↗

    Impossible Shape Painting ↗

    External Link: “Keep your brush water clean! Dirty water makes for dirty colors. It’s a good habit to get into that when you can’t see through the water anymore (it…

  • Origami Painting Activity ↗

    Origami Painting Activity ↗

    External Link: “Keep your brush water clean! Dirty water makes for dirty colours. It’s a good habit to get into that when you can’t see through the water anymore (it…

  • More Acrylic Painting Techniques ↗

    More Acrylic Painting Techniques ↗

    External Link: “Want to get started with acrylics? This article reveals the key acrylic painting techniques you should know.”

  • Acrylic Painting Techniques ↗

    Acrylic Painting Techniques ↗

    External Link: “Painting has proven to be one of the most marketable forms of art. While some of the oldest methods date back thousands of years”

  • Tips: Working on an Art Series ↗

    Tips: Working on an Art Series ↗

    External Link: “An art series is a unified, cohesive body of work that employs the same technique, subject, or palette throughout multiple works”

  • Develop a Professional Series of Artwork ↗

    Develop a Professional Series of Artwork ↗

    External Link: “When making the leap from novice to professional artist you must be deft at developing a professional series of artwork. You will need to know what you are…

  • Beginners Guide to Light & Shadow ↗

    Beginners Guide to Light & Shadow ↗

    External Link: “Ever felt frustrated having worked so hard on a drawing – only to find it still looks ‘flat’? Is it the proportions? The perspective? Perhaps the composition?”

  • Differences between Acrylics & Oil ↗

    Differences between Acrylics & Oil ↗

    External Link: “A Beginners Guide. What is the difference between Oils vs Acrylic Paints?”

  • Add Depth to Mountains in Acrylic ↗

    Add Depth to Mountains in Acrylic ↗

    External Link: “Have you ever wondered why a hill, that you know is covered in green trees, looks purple or blue when viewed from a long distance away?”

  • Acrylics: How to Paint Glass & Reflections ↗

    Acrylics: How to Paint Glass & Reflections ↗

    External Link: “In Part 1 we looked at how to master the basic features of your digital camera, so you can emulate how your eyes see things in nature to…

  • Paint Light & Shade in Acrylics ↗

    Paint Light & Shade in Acrylics ↗

    External Link “In this light and shadow series, we look at the theory, drawing and painting of a simple form focusing on shadow, light and edges.”

  • How to Paint like Monet ↗

    How to Paint like Monet ↗

    External Link: “How do you achieve a more painterly impressionistic approach with acrylics? In this series”

  • Beginners Guide to Colour Strings ↗

    Beginners Guide to Colour Strings ↗

    External Link: “When you first start painting, the vision is to squeeze out bright, vivid paint colours, a handful of paintbrushes, or maybe a beret?”

  • Palette Knife Painting Techniques ↗

    Palette Knife Painting Techniques ↗

    External Link: “Palette knives are seen as a sign of confidence in a painter; you can wield them with gusto, paint impasto, and when no-ones looking, you feel like Van…

  • Martin’s Guide: Drawing for Painting ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Drawing for Painting ↗

    External Link: “How to Draw for Oil Paintings. A complex drawing is quickly lost when the oil colors go on”

  • Martin’s Guide: Painting Exercises ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Painting Exercises ↗

    External Link: “Over the years of teaching people how to use oil paints, I have found that this set of exercises has the best results with the least amount of…

  • Martin’s Guide: Creating Form↗

    Martin’s Guide: Creating Form↗

    External Link: “There are only five basic forms from which all other forms are created. They are the sphere, the cone, the cylinder, the cube, and the doughnut shaped torus”

  • Martin’s Guide: Color and Form ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Color and Form ↗

    External Link: “In this exercise the colored toys provide bright simple forms to practice mixing three values of colors. (See Creating Form) When you see a colored”

  • Martin’s Guide: Values within Colors ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Values within Colors ↗

    External Link: “In this exercise the colors are seen only as lights and darks (or values). This painting will teach you to paint more complex forms than the previous exercise…

  • Martin’s Guide: Glaze / Wash Info ↗

    Martin’s Guide: Glaze / Wash Info ↗

    External Link: “A GLAZE is a thin TRANSPARENT color used over another dry color to create a third color. For example if you put a thinned Quinacridone rose (a transparent…

  • Martin’s Guide to Oil Painting: Overview ↗

    Martin’s Guide to Oil Painting: Overview ↗

    “These are things you should know as you start a painting: Ways to manipulate the paint in Drawing for Oil Painting, Blends, Matching Colors, Creating Form and Glazes and Washes..”

  • Essential Painting Techniques ↗

    Essential Painting Techniques ↗

    External Link: “Fundamental painting techniques you need to know to get you creating your own masterpiece.”

  • Charcoal Drawings: Scaling & Colour ↗

    Charcoal Drawings: Scaling & Colour ↗

    External Link: “Artist Susan Grossman talks about going big with charcoal drawings, adding color with pastels, and her immersive process for capturing city scenes.”

  • Painting a portrait from a photo: risks ↗

    Painting a portrait from a photo: risks ↗

    External Link: “Painting a portrait when you don’t know the person is hard. Painting a person that you don’t know from a photo”

  • Tips: Get Your Creative Groove Back ↗

    Tips: Get Your Creative Groove Back ↗

    External Link: “Do you ever feel like you’ve lost your motivation as an artist? These tips from renowned artist Jean Haines can help you get your groove back — and…

  • Watercolor Inspiration ↗

    Watercolor Inspiration ↗

    External Link: “For more than 20 years, the annual Splash watercolor competition has been celebrating the outstanding work being done in watermedia by contemporary artists from around the globe”

  • Illustrated Travel Journals ↗

    Illustrated Travel Journals ↗

    External Link: “A travel journal is a book of writings about your adventures out and about. Here, artist Brenda Swenson proposes you take your travel journal up a notch by…

  • Fine Art Painters & Painting Tips ↗

    Fine Art Painters & Painting Tips ↗

    External Link: “Here I invite you to view beautiful artworks by professional painters, who share painting tips and professional advice.”

  • Sculpture on the Gulf ↗

    Sculpture on the Gulf ↗

    External Link “Matiatia Coastal Walkway will once again be transformed into an artscape like no other for Sculpture on the Gulf 2024.”

  • Scape Public Art ↗

    Scape Public Art ↗

    External Link: Showcases a range of public art from multiple seasons.

  • Brick Bay: Artists on the Trail ↗

    Brick Bay: Artists on the Trail ↗

    External Link: “We showcase a diverse range of New Zealand sculpture featuring some of the country’s most exciting and engaging contemporary practitioners.”

  • Andy Goldsworthy Activity ↗

    Andy Goldsworthy Activity ↗

    External Link: “Now that spring has finally sprung, consider taking your students outside to create new and exciting works of art. ”

  • Six Inexpensive Sculpture Ideas ↗

    Six Inexpensive Sculpture Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Here are six sculpture ideas you can use to create some great projects without spending a lot of money.”

  • Sound Sculpture: Pots ‘N’ Pans ↗

    Sound Sculpture: Pots ‘N’ Pans ↗

    External Link: “Len Lye’s sculptures are often made from shiny metal that stands or hangs, balances or tips, and makes sounds that tinkle or crash.”

  • Raku Inoue Activity ↗

    Raku Inoue Activity ↗

    External Link: “Raku Inoue, an artist based out of Montreal, recently gained a following over his Natura Insects series. The concept was to recreate beetles, dragonflies”

  • InDesign: Create a Business Card ↗

    InDesign: Create a Business Card ↗

    External Link: “Customize our design to create a modern business card you’ll be proud to hand out.”

  • InDesign: Create a Postcard ↗

    InDesign: Create a Postcard ↗

    External Link: “Use basic tools and techniques in Adobe InDesign to create a professional-looking postcard you can email, print, and share online.”

  • InDesign: Create a Layout ↗

    InDesign: Create a Layout ↗

    External Link: “Learn how to create and manipulate frames in InDesign.”

  • Further Graphic Design Tips ↗

    Further Graphic Design Tips ↗

    External Link: “From font pairing and scale, to alignment and white space, the facets of the design world are complex.”

  • More Beginner Design Tips ↗

    More Beginner Design Tips ↗

    External Link: “A good set of graphic design tips always comes in handy when you are a beginner graphic designer,”

  • More Graphic Design Tips ↗

    More Graphic Design Tips ↗

    External Link: “Being a graphic designer is so much more than meets the eye. It’s hearing about an idea and turning it into a story”

  • Graphic Design Tips to Create Images Like a Pro ↗

    Graphic Design Tips to Create Images Like a Pro ↗

    External Link: “From the colors and images you select, to the overall mood, creating images like a pro is a bit more involved than you might realize.”

  • How To Learn Graphic Design ↗

    How To Learn Graphic Design ↗

    External Link: “Are you wondering how you can start learning graphic design? Well, you’ve come to the right place!”

  • Design Tips for Beginners ↗

    Design Tips for Beginners ↗

    External Link: “If you’re a beginner, chances are you’re looking for some high-impact graphic design tips”

  • Graphic Design Tips & Tricks ↗

    Graphic Design Tips & Tricks ↗

    External Link: “Being a graphic designer is all about taking an idea and transforming it into a visual reality. Suffice to say, it’s not an easy task.”

  • Graphic Design Inspiration ↗

    Graphic Design Inspiration ↗

    External Link: “This is our selection of the best compositions combining typography, graphic elements, and page layout techniques.”

  • Graphic Design Inspiration & Ideas ↗

    Graphic Design Inspiration & Ideas ↗

    External Link: A collection of articles from shillington on graphic design.

  • Design Inspiration: Collection ↗

    Design Inspiration: Collection ↗

    External Link: “Peruse beautiful graphic design ideas to inspire your next project.”

  • Creative Thinking: Article Collection ↗

    Creative Thinking: Article Collection ↗

    External Link: “Train your brain to think more creatively and be more productive.”

  • Graphic Design Trends: Articles↗

    Graphic Design Trends: Articles↗

    External Link: “Stay up-to-date on the latest web, logo, packaging and other graphic design trends.”

  • Best Infographics: A Curation ↗

    Best Infographics: A Curation ↗

    External Link: “Ah, infographics – the art of combining heavy data, facts or timelines with graphics to create clear and aesthetically”

  • Japanese Graphic Design ↗

    Japanese Graphic Design ↗

    External Link: “It’s no secret that Japanese design—encompassing architecture, fashion and, of course, graphic design—is renowned all over the world”

  • Female Creators to Follow ↗

    Female Creators to Follow ↗

    External Link: “We thought we’d champion 25 female graphic designers and illustrators that are making waves in the industry.”

  • Examples: Korean Graphic Design ↗

    Examples: Korean Graphic Design ↗

    External Link: “There’s something absolutely fascinating about the Korean culture. It has taken over the entire world, with Korean pop stars, ”

  • Hand Drawing as a Design Skill ↗

    Hand Drawing as a Design Skill ↗

    External Link: Janis Andzans is a graphic designer and illustrator mainly focusing on illustrations and identity work.

  • Foiling and Print Designs ↗

    Foiling and Print Designs ↗

    External Link: “There are plenty of different ways to incorporate foiling into your work. Below, we’ve outlined five ways you can use it in your designs”

  • Pinterest ↗

    Pinterest ↗

    External Link: “The best part of Pinterest is discovering new things and ideas from people around the world.”

  • Online Product Mockups Tool  ↗

    Online Product Mockups Tool ↗

    External Link: “Forget about spending hours learning how to use Photoshop. Smartmockups enables you to create stunning high-resolution mockups”

  • Tools To Generate Beautiful Mockups ↗

    Tools To Generate Beautiful Mockups ↗

    External Link: “Mockup generators will improve speed in design workflow. Instead of opening Photoshop or Sketch, you can boot up a mockup generator,”

  • Best Tools to Produce Color Sets ↗

    Best Tools to Produce Color Sets ↗

    External Link: “Colors are tricky. It’s a common thing to spend hours upon hours on tweaking color combinations for a project.”

  • Eye-Catching Color Combinations ↗

    Eye-Catching Color Combinations ↗

    External Link: “A visually-appealing color combination goes a long way in creating a seamless, inviting, and fun output.”

  • Typography Resources ↗

    Typography Resources ↗

    External Link: “Dipped your toes into the world of graphic design? You’ll know that typography is something that underpins almost every aspect of this practice.”

  • Popular Fonts for 2021 ↗

    Popular Fonts for 2021 ↗

    External Link: “Considering how much the world has changed since this time last year, making general predictions for what the”

  • Guide to Typography Basics ↗

    Guide to Typography Basics ↗

    External Link: “If you’re learning web design from zero and want to significantly improve your typography chops, then this article is written for you.”

  • Best Free Modern Fonts ↗

    Best Free Modern Fonts ↗

    External Link: “We all know that sometimes finding the perfect typography for a design project can be like finding a needle in a haystack”

  • Awesome Typography Designs ↗

    Awesome Typography Designs ↗

    External Link: “One of the biggest elements of any design is its typography. It has to be on point for the design to standout. Since it sets the tone for…

  • Typography Design 101: A Guide ↗

    Typography Design 101: A Guide ↗

    External Link: “Typography design is everywhere. Do you ever notice the line spacing on the list of ingredients on the back of a crackers”

  • Interesting Web Typography Designs ↗

    Interesting Web Typography Designs ↗

    External Link: “Typography plays a central role on web design. It’s the voice of your design; a means of wielding wit and meaning in your written words.”

  • Examples of Tactile Typography ↗

    Examples of Tactile Typography ↗

    External Link: “Over the past few months, there has been a trend for physical materials. In the world of web and graphic design, it means visual representation.”

  • Ornate Vintage & Retro Fonts ↗

    Ornate Vintage & Retro Fonts ↗

    External Link: “2020 is going to be a happy year for throwback for Sans Serif fonts, vintage styles, and kinetic animated fonts.”

  • The Evolution of Letterheads ↗

    The Evolution of Letterheads ↗

    External Link: “Long before people have been sending messages to one another. Before paper was invented, people used different materials”

  • Creating Hand-Drawn Typography ↗

    Creating Hand-Drawn Typography ↗

    External Link: “Hand drawn typography has grown into a field of its own. Illustrators, designers and letter artists are working with multimedia”

  • Free High-Quality Grotesque Fonts ↗

    Free High-Quality Grotesque Fonts ↗

    External Link: “Grotesque and geometrics sans serifs fonts are dominating the branding landscape for the past few decades.”

  • Logo Designs: Negative Space ↗

    Logo Designs: Negative Space ↗

    External Link: “We often tend to associate something negative with something bad. Yet, there are many cases when it doesn’t work this way”

  • Text Oriented Logo Designs ↗

    Text Oriented Logo Designs ↗

    External Link: “We have gathered a roundup of very creative text orianted logo designs. This collection”

  • Handmade and Hand-Drawn Logos ↗

    Handmade and Hand-Drawn Logos ↗

    External Link: “With state-of-the-art design software and digital tablets replacing messy inks and paper,”

  • Inspiring Number Logo Designs ↗

    Inspiring Number Logo Designs ↗

    External Link: “Less is more. In terms of number logo design, this principle hits the mark.”

  • Personality with Hand-Drawn Logos ↗

    Personality with Hand-Drawn Logos ↗

    External Link: “A hand-drawn logo can help an organisation appear more personable or approachable. Much like a signature, a hand-drawn logo makes it seem like someone”

  • Examples of Colorful Logo Designs ↗

    Examples of Colorful Logo Designs ↗

    External Link: “In the past, logos were very conservative. A lot of them where black and white, and if any business did try out other colors,”

  • Trend Report: Hand-Drawn Icons ↗

    Trend Report: Hand-Drawn Icons ↗

    External Link: “The resurgence of hand-drawn icons is happening where you’d least expect it: among tech startups looking to make a unique”

  • Clever Logos With Hidden Messages ↗

    Clever Logos With Hidden Messages ↗

    External Link: “If you are a designer or just an average Joe, you’ve seen hundreds of logos in your lifetime.”

  • Ways to Make Your Flyer Stand Out ↗

    Ways to Make Your Flyer Stand Out ↗

    External Link: “A flyer is an inexpensive and highly effective way to grab attention in a very busy marketplace.”

  • Cool Flyer Design Ideas ↗

    Cool Flyer Design Ideas ↗

    External Link: “We see them every day—in the mail, at work or school, on community bulletin boards, in store windows: Flyers.”

  • Flyer Design: Tips and Ideas ↗

    Flyer Design: Tips and Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Flyers can be an effective and inexpensive way to promote your business, no matter your size”

  • Occupy Movement Poster Designs ↗

    Occupy Movement Poster Designs ↗

    External Link: “The Occupy movement has been in the news for many previous weeks. If you have been living under a rock, here is a summed-up purpose it holds for…

  • Creative Propaganda Posters ↗

    Creative Propaganda Posters ↗

    External Link: “Throughout history, there have been a number of tactics employed by governments to sway public opinion. Some of their favorite tools included propaganda”

  • Creative Party and Club Flyers ↗

    Creative Party and Club Flyers ↗

    External Link: “Digital or physical, flyers are an important promotional element for your entertainment venue. Letting people know about an upcoming event is essential.”

  • Philosophy Posters by Genis Carreras ↗

    Philosophy Posters by Genis Carreras ↗

    External Link: “Graphic designer Genís Carreras was born in Catalonia in 1987. He currently lives in London and working as a freelance designer for clients all over the globe.”

  • Posters from French New Wave Cinema ↗

    Posters from French New Wave Cinema ↗

    External Link: “In the late 1950s the phenomena that became known as French New Wave (Nouvelle Vague) exploded onto the screens. With a heavy focus”

  • Poster for Change by Riya Shah ↗

    Poster for Change by Riya Shah ↗

    External Link: “Riya Shah is a graphic designer and visual artist from India. In 2019, she created this poster design for the purpose of change in thinking.”

  • Fan-Made Interstellar Posters ↗

    Fan-Made Interstellar Posters ↗

    External Link: “Christopher Nolan did it again. If you’re looking for a movie that’s smart, cleverly-done, will make you think and blow your mind, watch Interstellar.”

  • Movie Posters Collection ↗

    Movie Posters Collection ↗

    External Link: “Movie poster design can be considered as an art itself. Designers need to emphasize the important details about the plot still keep the intrigue uncovered”

  • Poster Collection by Mario Carpe ↗

    Poster Collection by Mario Carpe ↗

    External Link: “This collection of posters is showcasing a nice mix of reality, irony, and humor.”

  • Vinyl Cover Designs by Posters BluMoo↗

    Vinyl Cover Designs by Posters BluMoo↗

    External Link: Take a look at this inspiring set of vinyl cover designs created by the skilled graphic designers of studio Posters BluMoo.

  • Poster Illustrations by Nicholas Chuan ↗

    Poster Illustrations by Nicholas Chuan ↗

    External Link: “Nicholas Chuan is a graphic designer and illustrator who lives and works in Penang Island, Malaysia. His portfolio includes a wide range of designs”

  • Collage Experiments ↗

    Collage Experiments ↗

    External Link: “Collage is a great way to get started when exploring a concept or idea! Old newspapers or magazines are an excellent source of imagery”

  • More Creative Packaging Designs ↗

    More Creative Packaging Designs ↗

    External Link: “Packaging design isn’t something that most shoppers notice; at least, they don’t think they do”

  • Further Examples of Packaging Design ↗

    Further Examples of Packaging Design ↗

    External Link: “Packaging design is very important, whether you like to admit it or not.”

  • Creative Packaging Designs ↗

    Creative Packaging Designs ↗

    External Link: “Effective packaging design is a great design challenge, especially when it comes to the spheres with intensive competition such as food and drink”

  • Packaging Design Ideas ↗

    Packaging Design Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Driving sales is an essential part of any business, so it’s pretty obvious that packaging would become the key industry that it has become.”

  • Sophisticated Packaging Designs ↗

    Sophisticated Packaging Designs ↗

    External Link: “Every day we are surrounded by a huge amount of things which aren’t usually seen as objects of design. Packaging is often mentioned among them: many people would…

  • Packaging Designs: Pattern Shapes ↗

    Packaging Designs: Pattern Shapes ↗

    External Link: “Despite the fact that customer loyalty is largely determined by the quality of a product, the packaging is the first thing a potential consumer sees.”

  • Shoe Packaging Designs ↗

    Shoe Packaging Designs ↗

    External Link: “Because most people judge a product by its packaging, any mediocre product packed in a fancy package would win against a great product”

  • Food Packaging Designs ↗

    Food Packaging Designs ↗

    External Link: “In today’s market, brands have to find increasingly innovative ways of staying ahead of the competition.”

  • Coffee Packaging Designs ↗

    Coffee Packaging Designs ↗

    External Link: “Coffee is an important agricultural export commodity for many different countries. As you might already know, coffee can have a stimulating effect on humans due to its caffeine…

  • Drink Can Design Concepts ↗

    Drink Can Design Concepts ↗

    External Link: “A new pack of design examples is ready to get you inspired and amazed. This time it is about really physical stuff”

  • Pet Packaging Designs ↗

    Pet Packaging Designs ↗

    External Link: “Packaging design is very important. If you’re selling a high quality product, why in the world would you overlook packaging design?”

  • Design Trends for Zines ↗

    Design Trends for Zines ↗

    External Link: “Ready to start your own underground micropublication? Discover five of the biggest trends in zines”

  • Ideas for Zine-Making ↗

    Ideas for Zine-Making ↗

    External Link: “Since being made popular by the punk movement in the ’70s and ’80s, zines have always used cut-out collages to create artwork!”

  • Magazine Cover Design Examples ↗

    Magazine Cover Design Examples ↗

    External Link: “The front cover is probably one of the most important parts of a magazine.”

  • Book Packaging Design Examples ↗

    Book Packaging Design Examples ↗

    “Packaging might be one, if not the, most important element of a product.”

  • Design Book Recommendations ↗

    Design Book Recommendations ↗

    External Link: “Books. As designers, we all love them—whether it’s a beautifully designed cover or a weighty tome on the history of design”

  • More Examples of Bookmark Designs ↗

    More Examples of Bookmark Designs ↗

    External Link: “Get rest from the busy working day and give a little time to create. Creation is the best way to get relaxed and in the same time do…

  • Examples of Bookmark Design ↗

    Examples of Bookmark Design ↗

    External Link: “A good bookmark can be invaluable, saving you precious time thumbing through the pages”

  • More Postcard Design Examples ↗

    More Postcard Design Examples ↗

    External Link: “There’s one little secret every print designer needs to know: with the right design, postcards are arguably”

  • Examples of Postcard Designs ↗

    Examples of Postcard Designs ↗

    External Link: “These days postcards mostly come in the form of wedding invitations or promotional pieces.”

  • Ticket Designs: Curation and Tips ↗

    Ticket Designs: Curation and Tips ↗

    External Link: “1. Determine the information you want displayed on the ticket.”

  • Examples of Ticket Design ↗

    Examples of Ticket Design ↗

    External Link: “For many people, a ticket is merely something that allows them entry to an event.”

  • Unusual Business Card Designs ↗

    Unusual Business Card Designs ↗

    External Link: “When you meet a potential client or a business partner, you want to leave a good impression.”

  • Vintage Business Card Designs ↗

    Vintage Business Card Designs ↗

    External Link: “Good design never goes out of fashion. In fact there’s something about using vintage and retro style design elements,”

  • Typographic Sticker Designs ↗

    Typographic Sticker Designs ↗

    External Link: “Stickers are fun, illustrative pieces of art. Stickers are the new marketing tools in town.”

  • Examples of Sticker Design ↗

    Examples of Sticker Design ↗

    External Link: “Stickers are frequently distributed as part of promotional, advertising, and political campaigns”

  • Examples of Stationery Design ↗

    Examples of Stationery Design ↗

    External Link: “Since the Victorian era, stationery has been an important part of proper social etiquette.”

  • Tips for Better T-shirt Designs ↗

    Tips for Better T-shirt Designs ↗

    External Link: “T-shirt design is a hugely popular outlet for creatives. Whether you’re an illustrator, graphic designer or typographer, puttin”

  • T-Shirt Design: Winning Examples ↗

    T-Shirt Design: Winning Examples ↗

    External Link: “Future Print Club is a project created by Humana Studio with the intention of creating a “community that evokes the power”

  • Album Art by TOMO77 for Devo ↗

    Album Art by TOMO77 for Devo ↗

    External Link: “Devo’s Gerald V. Casale is now re-releasing his legendary 2006 solo album AKA Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers”

  • Examples: Music CD Cover Designs ↗

    Examples: Music CD Cover Designs ↗

    External Link: “Abbey Road by The Beatles. Let’s Get it On by Marvin Gaye. Born in the U.S.A. by Bruce Springsteen.”

  • Neumorphic Mobile App Designs ↗

    Neumorphic Mobile App Designs ↗

    External Link: “Neumorphism is becoming more and more popular among web and mobile designers,”

  • Examples: Mobile Interaction Design ↗

    Examples: Mobile Interaction Design ↗

    External Link: “A new set of UI design examples is up to get you inspired, this time all about mobile interactions. Here we’ve gathered a collection of creative”

  • Fitness Apps Design Collection ↗

    Fitness Apps Design Collection ↗

    External Link: “Modern culture stands for a healthy lifestyle, so sports have become an inseparable part of life for many of us.”

  • Examples: Designs for Event Websites ↗

    Examples: Designs for Event Websites ↗

    External Link: “In terms of high competition, one of the factors any event success depends on is its promotion. On the web, special websites”

  • Graphic Design Tips For Every Website ↗

    Graphic Design Tips For Every Website ↗

    External Link: “A great website strikes the right balance between being visually appealing and successfully converting visitors to take the desired action”

  • Graphic Design Campaigns ↗

    Graphic Design Campaigns ↗

    “Out of the over thirty briefs that Shillington students complete on the course, the Campaign Brief is one of the biggest”

  • Pinterest: Design Boards List↗

    Pinterest: Design Boards List↗

    External Link: “Inspiration is a fickle old thing. Sometimes you’re inspired to create and make and build and design just about”

  • Magazine Layout Ideas ↗

    Magazine Layout Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Collages use diverse imagery and styles to produce a beautiful image layout. They’re often related to scrapbooks”

  • How To: Retro Design ↗

    How To: Retro Design ↗

    External Link: “Contemporary graphic design will often reference past eras and historical styles of graphic design.”

  • Overcoming Creativity Killers ↗

    Overcoming Creativity Killers ↗

    External Link: “If I gave you a piece of paper and a pencil, and asked you to draw love, what would you do? Would you be dumbstruck, lost or speechless?”

  • Things Young Designers Need to Know ↗

    Things Young Designers Need to Know ↗

    External Link: “You’re ready to start your design career and to turn your passion into your livelihood.”

  • Habits You Need for Creativity ↗

    Habits You Need for Creativity ↗

    External Link: “Creativity is the new black. Again. While some research insists you can’t be creative”

  • How to Develop Your Ideas ↗

    How to Develop Your Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Many high school Art students (such as those studying AS or A2 Level Art & Design) must present a Coursework or Exam portfolio that shows development.”

  • Vintage Picture Purses ↗

    Vintage Picture Purses ↗

    External Link: “Recently, I was inspired to make some “faux” purses by using them with old cabinet cards..”

  • LEGO Print Making at Maker Faire ↗

    LEGO Print Making at Maker Faire ↗

    External Link: “Chris Ware, of cWare Studios, is a graphic designer, print maker and artist from Central Florida.”

  • Using LEGO Bricks as Printing Plates ↗

    Using LEGO Bricks as Printing Plates ↗

    External Link: “This would be the perfect technique in a workshop with kids and we’d love to see a whole series of these!”

  • Techniques #5: Collagraph Printing ↗

    Techniques #5: Collagraph Printing ↗

    External Link: “This is the last individual lesson as part of the introduction to printmaking Unit of Work. This lesson focuses on the texture and form of Collagraph Printing..”

  • Techniques #4: Screen Printing ↗

    Techniques #4: Screen Printing ↗

    External Link: “Pop Art and screen printing are combined in this lesson to encourage your students to create their own design based on a branded product.”

  • Techniques #3: Lino Printing ↗

    Techniques #3: Lino Printing ↗

    External Link: “Full set of lesson resources suitable for the introduction of lino print. This lesson is aimed at Year 9…”

  • Techniques #2: Block Printing ↗

    Techniques #2: Block Printing ↗

    External Link: “A group of resources to support the teaching of Block Printing, along with a brief exploration of activism through art and the art of Banksy. The pack includes…

  • Techniques #1: Mono Printing ↗

    Techniques #1: Mono Printing ↗

    External Link: “A group of resources to support the teaching of Mono Printing. The pack includes a helpful PowerPoint, a ‘How to’ guide…”

  • Photography Advice from Teachers ↗

    Photography Advice from Teachers ↗

    External Link: “Here is some unsolicited advice from professional photographic educators to take with you into the classroom or out into the field.”

  • Student Photography Examples ↗

    Student Photography Examples ↗

    External Link: “We decided to feature these budding photographers — and their art — front and center,”

  • Photography Project Ideas ↗

    Photography Project Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Are you going to try your hand at creating school photography project but have no idea what to start with?”

  • Photography Projects: Ideas ↗

    Photography Projects: Ideas ↗

    External Link: “If you want your work to be noticed, your photography project ideas need to be personal to you.”

  • 100+ Photography Ideas ↗

    100+ Photography Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Students taking high school photography qualifications such as A Level Photography or NCEA Level 3 Photography often search the internet looking for tips”

  • Indoor Optical Illusions ↗

    Indoor Optical Illusions ↗

    External Link: “Sullivan channeled her creativity inside her apartment. She considered her usual nature-photography process and how it could be applied to her new normal.”

  • How to Develop Project Ideas ↗

    How to Develop Project Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Many high school Art students (such as those studying AS or A2 Level Art & Design) must present a Coursework or Exam portfolio that shows development.”

  • Photography Project Ideas ↗

    Photography Project Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Looking for some fun, creative photography project ideas to get you inspired and excited about taking photos?”

  • iPhone Camera Setting Tips ↗

    iPhone Camera Setting Tips ↗

    External Link: “There is an amazing array of iPhone camera settings you can tweak, customize, and configure to get just the right shots.”

  • Tutorial: Reduce Noise in Photos ↗

    Tutorial: Reduce Noise in Photos ↗

    External Link: “We’ve all seen it in our images: that uneven grainy look that makes our images unappealing.”

  • Phone Landscape Photography Tips ↗

    Phone Landscape Photography Tips ↗

    External Link: “You’ve likely heard this before: The best camera is the one you have with you. Trite, but absolutely true.”

  • Perspective in Photography ↗

    Perspective in Photography ↗

    External Link: “As photographers, we often fall into the bad habit of shooting everything we see from eye level.”

  • Natural Light Photography Tips ↗

    Natural Light Photography Tips ↗

    External Link: “Indoor photography comes with a significant problem: A lack of light. And without light, you can’t get beautiful, well-exposed photos.”

  • Square Photography Overview ↗

    Square Photography Overview ↗

    External Link: “What’s so great about the square format in photography? And how can shooting square compositions help your photos?”

  • Tips for Artistic Mobile Photos ↗

    Tips for Artistic Mobile Photos ↗

    External Link: “In this article, we’ll take a look at some tips to help you capture creative phone photography”

  • Positive Space in Photography ↗

    Positive Space in Photography ↗

    External Link: “In this article, we’ll take a look at positive space in composition and how you can use it to improve your photos.”

  • Depth of Field for Beginners ↗

    Depth of Field for Beginners ↗

    External Link: “What actually is depth of field, and how can you control it for artistic results?”

  • Leading Lines in Photography ↗

    Leading Lines in Photography ↗

    External Link: “What are leading lines in photography, and how can they improve your compositions?”

  • How to Shoot in Manual Mode ↗

    How to Shoot in Manual Mode ↗

    External Link: “Want to use and understand Manual mode like a pro? In this article, I’m going to explain everything you need to know about shooting in Manual, including:”

  • What is ISO? A Guide ↗

    What is ISO? A Guide ↗

    External Link: “What is ISO? Why does ISO matter? And most importantly, when should you use a high ISO vs a low ISO for the best image quality?”

  • Guide: Programe Mode ↗

    Guide: Programe Mode ↗

    External Link: “What is Program mode on your camera, and when should you use it?Program mode is one of those “odd one out” camera settings”

  • Guide: Black and White Photography ↗

    Guide: Black and White Photography ↗

    External Link: “How do you get started? Should you be shooting black and white on your camera, or should you be converting color images to black and white?”

  • Guide: Macro Photography ↗

    Guide: Macro Photography ↗

    External Link: “What is macro photography? How can you get started capturing macro photos? And what are some easy tips and techniques”

  • Guide and Tips: Panning Photography ↗

    Guide and Tips: Panning Photography ↗

    External Link: “Panning is a great way to produce images full of energy, motion, and even abstract effects. But how does it actually work?”

  • Photographing Men: 21 Ideas ↗

    Photographing Men: 21 Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Want some male posing ideas to help your portraits consistently shine?”

  • Photography Groups: 21 Ideas ↗

    Photography Groups: 21 Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Are you looking for some group posing inspiration? Need some group poses for your next family or event photoshoot?”

  • Photographing Women: 21 Ideas ↗

    Photographing Women: 21 Ideas ↗

    External Link: “Looking for some female poses to use during your next photoshoot? Want to pose women like a pro?”

  • Guide: Long Exposure Street Photography ↗

    Guide: Long Exposure Street Photography ↗

    External Link: “With a long shutter duration, motion is blurred, stretching time. When photographing in busy urban environments where”

  • Long Exposure: A Step-by-Step Guide ↗

    Long Exposure: A Step-by-Step Guide ↗

    External Link: “Long exposure techniques may seem difficult, but they’re really not. With a little bit of know-how..”

  • 9 Tips for B&W Landscape Photography ↗

    9 Tips for B&W Landscape Photography ↗

    External Link: “Black and white landscape photography is beautiful, timeless, and – when done well – incredibly moving. But how”

  • Settings for Street Photography ↗

    Settings for Street Photography ↗

    External Link: “In this article, I’m going to share my favorite camera settings for street photography, including:”

  • 11 Street Photography Ideas ↗

    11 Street Photography Ideas ↗

    External Link: Details 11 ideas for street photography with examples.

  • Photo Challenge: The Street ↗

    Photo Challenge: The Street ↗

    External Link: A series of street photographs.

  • Photo Challenge: Rain ↗

    Photo Challenge: Rain ↗

    External Link: A series of rain photographs.

  • Photo Challenge: Go Wide ↗

    Photo Challenge: Go Wide ↗

    External Link: Details wide lens photographs.

  • Photo Challenge: Steam ↗

    Photo Challenge: Steam ↗

    External Link: Details examples of capturing steam, with an explanatory article.

  • Photo Challenge: Cold ↗

    Photo Challenge: Cold ↗

    External Link: Demonstrates a series of winter/’cold’ photographs.

  • Photo Challenge: Patterns ↗

    Photo Challenge: Patterns ↗

    External Link: Details a series of pattern photographs.

  • Photo Challenge: Sports ↗

    Photo Challenge: Sports ↗

    External Link: Provides some tips for sports photography.

  • Photo Challenge: Dogs ↗

    Photo Challenge: Dogs ↗

    External Link: Shows an example, as well as additional links for pet photography.

  • Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds ↗

    Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds ↗

    External Link: Shows an example of the rule, along with other explanatory articles.

  • Photography Challenge: Food ↗

    Photography Challenge: Food ↗

    External Link: Shows a series of food photographs.

  • Photography Challenge: Books ↗

    Photography Challenge: Books ↗

    External Link: Details a series of photographs of books

  • Photo Challenge: Mirrors ↗

    Photo Challenge: Mirrors ↗

    External Link: Details examples of mirror photographs.

  • The Selfie ↗

    The Selfie ↗

    External Link: “The current obsession with photographic self-portraits – The Selfie – can be traced back to the origins of photography.”

  • Selfie Experiments↗

    Selfie Experiments↗

    External Link: “The following experiments are designed to encourage you to get to know some famous (and not so famous) examples of self-portraits in art and photography”

  • Photography Knowledge Organiser ↗

    Photography Knowledge Organiser ↗

    External Link: Details basics of photography for students.

  • Photopedagogy Playground ↗

    Photopedagogy Playground ↗

    External Link: Features lesson plans from Photopedagogy

  • Canon: Learning Center ↗

    Canon: Learning Center ↗

    External Link: Features a series of articles from the Canon Learning Center.

  • DPS: Photography Tips & Tutorials ↗

    DPS: Photography Tips & Tutorials ↗

    External Link: Tips and Tutorials from Digital Photography School.

  • Canon Photo Glossary↗

    Canon Photo Glossary↗

    External Link: An interactive glossary of key photographic modes and concepts.

  • Cambridge in Color Tutorials ↗

    Cambridge in Color Tutorials ↗

    External Link: Features tutorials and tools from Cambridge Color.

  • Nikon: Classes, Workshops & Seminars ↗

    Nikon: Classes, Workshops & Seminars ↗

    External Link: “Expand your camera knowledge with help from Nikon.”

  • Free Online Photography Courses ↗

    Free Online Photography Courses ↗

    External Link: A curation of free online photography courses and tutorials.

  • Udemy: Photography Courses & Tutorials ↗

    Udemy: Photography Courses & Tutorials ↗

    External Link: List of free photography courses and tutorials.

  • Christchurch Libraries: Toi Māori ↗

    Christchurch Libraries: Toi Māori ↗

    External Link: “This page has resources about traditional Māori arts such as whakairo (carving) and raranga (weaving).”

  • Paekupu Dictionary ↗

    Paekupu Dictionary ↗

    External Link: The Paekupu Māori Dictionary allows to search new kupu and create your own word lists.

  • Affinity Suite ↗

    Affinity Suite ↗

    External Link: “Professional photo editing, publishing, graphic design and illustration at your fingertips”

  • GIMP: Free Editor ↗

    GIMP: Free Editor ↗

    External Link: “GIMP is a cross-platform image editor available for GNU/Linux, macOS, Windows and more operating systems.”

  • Creative Cloud Tutorials ↗

    Creative Cloud Tutorials ↗

    External Link: “Learn the basics, or refine your skills with tutorials designed to inspire.”

  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery ↗

    Dunedin Public Art Gallery ↗

    External Link to Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

  • City Gallery Wellington ↗

    City Gallery Wellington ↗

    External Link to City Gallery Wellington

  • Auckland Art Gallery ↗

    Auckland Art Gallery ↗

    External Link to Auckland Art Gallery

  • UNESCO Education ↗

    UNESCO Education ↗

    External Link to the UNESCO Education website.

  • Microsoft Educator Center ↗

    Microsoft Educator Center ↗

    External Link to the Microsoft Education Center.

  • Netsafe Tips for Remote Learning ↗

    Netsafe Tips for Remote Learning ↗

    External Link to the Netsafe Schools website.

  • Hāpara Toolkit ↗

    Hāpara Toolkit ↗

    External Link to the Hāpara toolkit.

  • PPTA News ↗

    PPTA News ↗

    External Link to the PPTA News Website.

  • Portraiture and Identity ↗

    Portraiture and Identity ↗

    External Link: In our facilitated programme Portraiture and Identity, students come to understand how artists represent themselves..

  • DPAG: Art at School ↗

    DPAG: Art at School ↗

    External Link: Details several resources for art at school (Primary Y1-6).

  • DPAG: Art @ Home ↗

    DPAG: Art @ Home ↗

    External Link: Details a series of resources for a primary 1-6 audience

  • Make Shadow Art Drawings for Kids ↗

    Make Shadow Art Drawings for Kids ↗

    External Link: These simple drawing ideas for kids is shadow art created with basic art supplies and the sun!

  • 50+ Still Life Drawing Ideas

    50+ Still Life Drawing Ideas

    External Link: High school Art students are often required to produce still life drawings or paintings within the confines of a busy classroom.

  • Beginners: 7 Drawing Exercises ↗

    Beginners: 7 Drawing Exercises ↗

    External Link: “Whether it’s blind contour drawing or mixing up your materials, try these fun and inspiring drawing exercises for beginners.”

  • Playful Illustrations by Victor Nunes ↗

    Playful Illustrations by Victor Nunes ↗

    External Link: Artist Victor Nunes combines everyday objects with simple illustrations to turn them into pictures of faces, animals, and other playful scenes.

  • 35 Cool and Easy Drawing Ideas ↗

    35 Cool and Easy Drawing Ideas ↗

    External Link: Use this list of cool and easy drawing ideas for inspiration for your next art project.

  • Ultimate Guide to Graphic Illustration ↗

    Ultimate Guide to Graphic Illustration ↗

    External Link: What is graphic illustration? How do you become a graphic artist? Learn about famous artists, styles, and where to learn from the pros in this guide.

  • Character Design Courses ↗

    Character Design Courses ↗

    External Link: Want to pursue a career as a character designer? Does it start with a degree or character design courses? What skills do you need? We provide a rundown.

  • The Ultimate Guide to Character Design Concept Art↗

    The Ultimate Guide to Character Design Concept Art↗

    External Link: How are your favorite movie and comic characters brought to life? It’s not magic, it’s character design concept art!

  • How to Make a Character Design Sheet ↗

    How to Make a Character Design Sheet ↗

    External Link: Learn what it is, how you use it, and even make your very own with this helpful guide.

  • INTO THE GROOVE Illustrations ↗

    INTO THE GROOVE Illustrations ↗

    External Link: The friendly people at Chochoi Creative, a Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam-based studio, just sent over this fun illustration project with the following description.

  • Kātoitoi ↗

    Kātoitoi ↗

    External link: Kātoitoi curates work that reflects and responds to contemporary design practice, emerging trends and the cultural impact of design in Aotearoa New Zealand.