Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. The home page of an art and technology interest group based in New York, featuring collaborations between the rarely intersecting worlds of artists and scientists.
World Wide Arts Resources They are trying to make a comprehensive list of artworld links, and are doing a pretty good job of it. Now featuring "chat rooms".
SITO artchives and collabspace This site started in 1993 as OTIS, but a lawsuit reversed that. They still accept just about any kind of art capable of being shown on the web, and provide one of the most painless ways of getting your work shown in cyberspace. Although e-mailing compressed art files is encouraged, they will accept photographs by mail, scan them, and put them up on their site without filtering them esthetically- what you see is what they get. They also sponsor collaborative art and art-related discussion via e-mail.
Art UK features British artists, the Bath Fringe festival and The Process e-zine, and hosts the World Art Association
Grounds For Sculpture:Collection In New Jersey, this sculpture park has collected some very impressive work from a number of living artists. Not to be missed is Isaac Witkin's large multi-part granite piece; definitely one of the best modern stone sculptures I've ever seen.
Anfiteatro - Lucca on Internet Some of the artists residing in Lucca, Italy are showing their work here. One of the nicest things about the net is being able to see what's going on in other places with artists who aren't necessarily famous.
Art in Queens On the art map as the temporary home of the Museum of Modern Art, this area of New York shows it has artists (and an active art center) of its own.
Internet for the Fine Arts As well as their ambitious effort to establish the largest catalogue of available works of art on the net, IFFA has a fairly lively art-related "community" going.
ABANA, or Artist-Blacksmith Association of North America, has many helpful resources for those interested in forging ferrous metals.
ArtistNation Free space for artists to show their work on the web, in collaboration with their electronic art agency.
Association of Restorers They share their secrets with the rest of us- or find a pro to do it right
NextMonet.com, a bold attempt to sell difficult art online
The Puppetry Home Page Information on how to make and use puppets, plus festivals, theaters, and free classifieds
CeramicsWeb A lot of information on ceramics, including a glaze database.
PMCGUILD - Professional Organization for Precious Metal Clay Artists
ArtCasting Journal Back issues are online with useful infromation, also a guide to foundries.
Anvilfire, with Emile's Blacksmithing Links and other things for lovers of hot metal.
GraphicsBoard.Com - links to graphics sites
Arts International An organization for supporting and publicizing visual and preforming arts, founded by former NEA head Nancy Hanks.
Artlives-Alison's UK-based private art discussion group
The Woodcarvers Web (TM) Wood Carving, Sculpture
Evolutionary Design Links to various sites, projects and writings on the process of evolving designs through aesthetic selection
"Stuckist" manifesto Artists who are proudly stuck in their rather silly ways
Breaking Art- free, no-commission artist pages
CAGE - Cyber Art Gallery Eindhoven
The Tinkers Workshop A Berkeley-based artist and inventor's facility
National Artists Equity Association Dedicated to championing the rights of artists in America
"The paintings I need to identify"- a msn group dedicated to people everywhere who have found a painting and wonder what it's worth.
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