"If you want to have clean ideas, change them as often as you change your shirts." - Francis Picabia
Arts games for kids and more at Artsology!
Welcome to Artsology, where you can play free online games related to the arts and music. Make sure to also visit our Investigations page, where you can dig deeper into interesting topics in the arts. Want to see some unusual pictures or find some unexpected things? Read our blog, currently ranked in the Top 50 in "Top Arts Blogs" for your daily dose of the arts.
Top 5 Games this week:
1. The Sand Painting Game
2. Matisse Hangman Game
3. Sand Painting Game, v.3
4. Picasso Hangman Game
5. Surrealist Frogger
Top 5 Investigations this week:
1. Art and Emotion
2. Motion in Art
3. Butterflies in Art History
4. Warhol Car Crash Paintings
5. Harold Edgerton Photography
We also have a section for younger kids called the The Junior Artsologist. Here you can find printable coloring pages and mazes, as well as games geared towards smaller kids, including puzzles and other fun arts and music games. It's a great place for kids to get exposure to important figures in the arts through our free games and activities! Artsology is a family-friendly site and has won numerous awards.
The Artsology Directory of Arts and Music Resources! Artsology has long aspired to be a vast online resource for the arts, but we've often been approached over the years with the following scenario: "My kids really like playing the games and learning about art on Artsology, but do you have any recommendations for where they could go for a painting class?" With this in mind, we've created a directory of "off-line" resources for people of all ages. Looking for a tap dance class? Where to buy a saxophone? The nearest venue where you could go for a jazz concert? Check out our directory for all of these things and more!
Check out our new website: "The Arts Adventurer: Looking for art that doesn't come with white walls and an audio guide." We go off in search of art in different and unexpected places ... and we want you to come along for the ride!
Artsology has set out with the outrageous goal of cataloguing one million artists ... we want to have the largest collection of art in one place on the internet, to show the breadth of work being made out there today. We are actively seeking submissions - all we need is your name, the title of the piece, a jpeg, and a brief artist's statement. More details here ...