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The "world's largest student art museum on the Internet!"


Artsonia boasts the "world's largest student art museum on the Internet!" The site displays artwork from more than 80 different countries.
The site uses a consistent layout and color scheme plus high-quality graphics throughout the pages.
There are several ways to explore this site. Users can browse the artwork by school, country, or project. An online search feature allows searching by student name, project name, school name, or art ID. There is also a top navigation bar present and a handy site map.
Have you been looking for a way to generate a little more enthusiasm about art in your classroom? Publishing student work at Artsonia may be just the venue you have been looking for. Most students enjoy seeing their work published. Having it published along with the artwork from students in 80 other countries around the world is bound to serve as motivation to your students. The projects are divided up into grades Pre-K-3, 4-8, and 9-12. Free registration allows up to 50 pieces of artwork a year. Submitters can send artwork as digital images, or Artsonia will do the scanning for a small fee. The site features an artist of the week for grades K-6 and 7-12, as well as a school of the week and a teacher of the month. Students, parents, and relatives will enjoy browsing and commenting on the art galleries. Teachers could browse the galleries and find great ideas for art projects to use in their own classrooms.

Reviewed by Hazel Jobe
Education World®
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