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About Art Through Time: A Global View

"A course for high school, college, and adult learners, including 13 half-hour video programs, a Web site with art images, accompanying text, and course guide.
Take a trip across the world and back through the ages to experience the art of many cultures and historical periods. Thirteen themes encompass hundreds of paintings, drawings, sculptures, photos, and works in non-traditional media in this vibrant approach to the study and appreciation of art. International artists, scholars and curators from major museums and specialized collections guide the viewer through the millennia of human thought and expression while contemporary artists and their work bring the forms into the present day. An extensive Web site includes sortable images of more than 250 works, as well as online text helping viewers to explore the works and topics in greater depth. The series, text, and Web resources can be used to supplement art history courses, or for individual learning and enrichment. 
Produced by THIRTEEN in association with WNET.ORG. 2009."

National Gallery of Art Podcasts

"This audio series offers entertaining, informative discussions about the arts and events at the National Gallery of Art. The series includes three programs: Art talk provides engaging conversations between top cultural figures; Backstory permits listeners to step behind the scenes of a world-class museum with host Barbara Tempchin and guests; and NOTABLE LECTURES gives access to special Gallery talks by well-known curators, historians, and authors."-website
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