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(World) Art Treasures
The principal purpose of World Art Treasures is to promulgate the discovery and love of art. Thanks to the 100,000 slides belonging to the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation, all of them devoted to art, and including the main civilizations, such as Egypt,
American Ballet Theatre
Welcome to American Ballet Theatre's website. Inside you will find news and information on the Company's upcoming performances, repertoire, dancers, history, members and a whole lot more.
American Folklife Center
The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress was created by Congress in 1976 "to preserve and present American Folklife." The Center incorporates the Archive of Folk Culture, which was established at the Library in 1928 as a repository for American folk culture.
American Museum of Photography
The American Museum of Photography� is "A Museum Without Walls...for an Art Without Boundaries." Its predecessor, Photography's Beginnings: A Visual History, made its debut on the World Wide Web May 25, 1996.
American Photography: A Century of Images
This site displays images spanning art, war, politics and culture.
American Variety Stage
The Library of Congress hosts a generous exhibit on the American variety stage from 1870 to 1920, including a history of these marginally respectable arts of the time, with photos, playbills, English and Yiddish play scripts, and vintage film clips.
Art Museum Index at WWAR
Links to discussion groups, exhibits and shops on the Net.
Art on the Net,
This is a virtual space where artists join together in sharing their art with others on the Internet.
ARTSEDGE supports the place of arts education at the center of the curriculum through the creative and appropriate uses of technology. ARTSEDGE helps educators to teach in, through and about the arts.
Asian Arts
Asianart.com is dedicated to all aspects of Asian art. It is our ambition to offer a forum for scholars, museums and commercial galleries. We� display highlights of exhibitions in public and private institutions and galleries as well as new discoveries.
Big Bands Home Page
The Big Bands Database: An ongoing project dedicated to Bands; to Jazz and to Swing History, and to the music now known to the the world as "American Popular Song".
Search over 25,000 of the greatest lives, past and present.
ClassicalNet Home Page
Now featuring reviews of more than 1900 CDs, as well as 5500 files and over 3800 links to other classical music web sites.
Whether you're only a ferry ride away or halfway across the globe, you can check in to this site to learn more about the history of the place, some of its more famous continuing
Contradance Page, The
A collection of information about contra dancing on the World Wide Web, Usenet, and other parts of the net.
Cool Quiz - The Trivia Website
Set up a Cool Quiz Profile ... Send a trivia e-card to your friends with Quiz Grams! ... Create a funny & unique story with Cool Libs! ... Make your own poll with My Cool Poll!
Discovery Channel
Information on programming available on the Discovery Channel and the Learning Channel.
Disney Home Page
Gateway to all the many Disney offerings.
E! Online
E! Online, Entertainment's Home PageTM, is the number-one entertainment Website, providing the latest daily news and celebrity inside information in a fun, irreverent tone.
EW Special Edition
Entertainment Weekly's EW.com is the leading daily website about pop culture, presenting the Web's best daily news, reviews, commentary, and interactive features about every aspect of entertainment.
Field Museum
A guide to the premier museum in the Midwest at Chicago.
Grand Illusions
Welcome to Grand Illusions, the site for the inquiring mind.With optical illusions, scientific toys, visual effects, and even a little magic.
Guggenheim Museums
Access to Guggenheim Museums all around the globe.
Online directory to Home Box Office service.
Hollywood Online
Hollywood.com is a comprehensive entertainment research service with information on over 67,000 films and television programs, as well as biographies on entertainment industry professionals.
Independent Film Channel
The Independent Film Channel: The premier network featuring award-winning independent films, original series, documentaries, live events, and enhanced new media programming.
Internet Movie Database, On-line
Comprehensive searchable listing about all movies ever made.
Internet Underground Music Archives
The IUMA mission is simple - for every artist with a record deal, on FM radio, or in Tower Records - there are a thousand talented artists chasing that dream and a million new music fans who will never get to hear their music.
Jane Austen Info Page, The
The English author Jane Austen lived from 1775 to 1817.
Livelyhood: A Television Journey
PBS site which allows you to meet ordinary Americans who face challenges at work.
Lyric Links
Site allows you to find the lyrics for just about any popular song.
Max Hunter Folk Song Collection
The collection of folksongs at Southwest Missouri State University.
Miramax Cafe
Provides information for the films distributed by Miramax.
AOL Moviefone, Inc., through its Moviefone telephone service (e.g. 777-FILM) and Moviefone.com web site, is the largest interactive movie listing guide and ticketing service in the country.
A comprehensive site that details the latest releases from Touchstone and Hollywood Pictures with a mix of hot gossip, recent movie reviews, trailers, color stills, star Internet appearance schedules, and extensive focus on upcoming movies.
National Gallery of Art
At this site, you can view more than 100,000 paintings, sculptures, and graphics produced from the Middle Ages to the present. The collection is searchable by artist and title.
New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum houses of the best art collections in the world.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Access to the collection at this prestigious museum.
Some former editors of the venerable Games magazine have formed a company called Puzzability, and they're offering some free brainteasers on this site. Crosswords, word searches, you name it--you'll find plenty of clever (and tough) games to play.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Online information about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
New reviews posted every Friday, plus a searchable database of some 2,000 titles since 1985, from the Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic.
sonicnet.com is the home for music created by people who are passionate about music. Our mission is to ignite, inspire, and nurture the passion for music that fans of all genres share.
State Hermitage Museum
Put together throughout two centuries and a half, the Hermitage collections of works of art (over 3,000,000 items) present the development of the world culture and art from the Stone Age to the 20th century.
Sundance Institute
Founded by Robert Redford and dedicated to the development of artists of independent vision and the exhibition of their new work, the Sundance Institute is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2001.
The Louvre
Established in 1793 by the French Republic, the Louvre Museum, in the company of the Ashmolean Museum (1683), the Dresden Museum (1744) and the Vatican Museum (1784) is one of the earliest
This Web site has collected enough show logs, scripts, stories and photographs to please the most die-hard fan. If you're too young to remember them, try downloading the MP3 files, each of which contains a complete show.

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