The Documentary Project for Refugee Youth Artistic work consisting of scrapbooks, photo essays, testimonies, videos, and interviews of displaced refugees in New York City documents the "condition of displacement, desire for connection, and the need for home." Global Action Project • Audio
Vincent van Gogh Michael Kimmelman, art critic for The New York Times, narrates a walk-through slideshow of an exhibition of Van Gogh's drawings mounted by New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2005. The site offers wonderful examples of Van Gogh's landscapes and self-portraits, with
Anthem for Doomed Youth This well-done site is the companion piece to a Special Collection at Brigham Young University that features poets of World War I. As the story of the War unfolds, it highlights poets by hyperlinks to information containing their biography and poetry. By reading the
A project of the Schomburg Center of the New York Public Library, this collection of over fifty works by African American women writers of the 19th century ranges from slave narratives to collections of poetry to essays and biographies. A
Name: Nellie's English Projects Brief Description of the Site: This is a labor-of-love with a distinctly â€œhomeyâ€ feel, but despite its â€œfunkinessâ€ it is amazingly content-rich. From the home page go immediately to the Table of Contents where you will find eight categories, each containing dozens of links.
Georges Seurat: The Drawings Art teachers and their students will adore the opportunity to "visit" online this major exhibit at New York City's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) featuring the pencil drawings of Seurat, the great pointillist who gave us the famed "Sunday on La Grande Jatte". Besides