The Center for Creative Photography is an archive and research center located on the University of Arizona campus. The archives of Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Garry Winogrand, Harry Callahan, and other great 20th-century photographers are retained—over fifty archives in all.
"an on-line museum with a comprehensive exhibition of Digital Art supported by a wide range of background information including biographies, articles, a bibliography and interviews." Includes essays and a history section which lists key events and technologies according to date
Everything you wanted to know about William Shakespeare's plays, sonnets, poems, quotes, biography and the Globe Theatre. Study guides to the major plays are available plus essays on the authorship debate.
ACMI which opened in 2002, is the major new cultural agency of the State Government of Victoria and located in Federation Square, Melbourne. Their aim is to be a centre for the public exhibition, display and preservation of Australian and international screen content and to be a research platform for screen-based arts.
The Australian Script Centre is a non-profit organisation which collects, catalogues, promotes and distributes unpublished Australian plays. They now holds more than 500 contemporary scripts, representing the work of almost 300 Australian playwrights. Those using the services of the Centre include playwrights, theatre companies, actors, students of drama and theatre and, teachers and academics from all over the world.
Screen Australia is the key Federal Government direct funding body for the Australian screen production industry. Its functions are to support and promote the development of a highly creative, innovative and commercially sustainable Australian screen production industry.
This site hosts The Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery (UK) digitized collection of paintings, prints, and drawings created by members of the 19th-century British art movement the Pre-Raphaelites.
"Musopen is an online music library of copyright free (public domain) music... We aim to record or obtain recordings that have no copyrights so that our visitors may listen, re-use, or in any way enjoy music."
The goal of the Petrucci Music Library is to create a virtual library containing all public domain music, as well as music from composers who are willing to share their work with the world without charge.
We acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and acknowledge Traditional Owners of the lands where our staff and students, live, learn and work.