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This open textbook is being utilized in an Art History course for undergraduate students by Kirstin Ellsworth, Ph.D., at... see more

This redesign is limited to a single section of the KhanAcademy.org Smart History.  While my detailed review of the Khan... see more

Degreed (Degreed For Me) is a free life-long learning platform that organizes Open Educational Resources (step-by-step... see more

The Chatter of the Visible examines the paradoxical narrative features of the photo montage aesthetics of artists... see more

Although the Breslau arts scene was one of the most vibrant in all of Weimar-era Germany, it has largely disappeared from... see more

Comics, Jason Helms argues, are post-critical, reflexive, and figural, in that they combine image/text and visual/verbal... see more

Western music reached China nearly four centuries ago, with the arrival of Christian missionaries, yet only within the... see more

Architecture and Modern Literature explores the representation and interpretation of architectural space in modern... see more

The Jazz Republic examines jazz music and the jazz artists who shaped Germany’s exposure to this African American art... see more

In Finding Voice, Kim Berman demonstrates how she was able to use visual arts training in disenfranchised communities as... see more

This is a concise history of art from prehistoric through the modern era.

This course is for experienced guitarists who are comfortable with guitar tablature and would like an introduction to... see more

This course takes a learning-by-doing approach to theory; in other words, it is doing the activities on your guitar that... see more

This course teaches the basics of reading rhythms that are written in common notation. Also known as standard notation,... see more

This is an open, experimental prototype learning by doing course. It is intended for people who do not have much formal... see more

Many courses teach you the theory first and then (maybe) let you practice using them in carefully controlled situations... see more

Because music is an abstract, non-verbal time-art, repetition lies at the heart of how music makes sense and why it is... see more

This book plugs an important gap in Scale and Arpeggio Resources, and addresses another one in the theoretical literature... see more

This unique book presents an approach to learning scales using other scales or arpeggios you already know. The idea for... see more

For a book to be an "encyclopedia" it should be complete and systematic. There are many commercial books on the market... see more

This is a series of tutorials about drawing, with all of the steps included. There are links to each tutorial, with... see more

Welcome to The Museum of the World – an interactive experience through time, continents and cultures, featuring some of... see more

 If you've always dreamed of playing the harmonica this site could be a good first stop, with free tutorials that lay out... see more