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The Minneapolic Institute of Art and the Walker Art Center created this interactive site to allow different learning styles to be influenced by art. The art gallery allows visitors to create their own online gallery of their favorite pieces, while the Playground lets users interact online and create a variety of different types of...
The Minneapolic Institute of Art and the Walker Art Center created this interactive site to allow different learning styles to be influenced by art. The art gallery allows visitors to create their own online gallery of their favorite pieces, while the Playground lets users interact online and create a variety of different types of artwork. Students will enjoy the interactive art activity in "Another Look" in the Look and Listen part of the Playground. Explore online or download the Teacher's Guide. Besides the Gallery and Playground, there is information for a teacher's classroom, a library, an archives, a site tour, and a site search feature.
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Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Several of the interactive experiences at this site, especially in the Playground, need special applications or plug-ins for one of the following: Shockwave, Flash, QuickTime, or Cosmo VRML. Direct links for downloading these are available from this site. Each interactive item is clearly identified with what it needs.