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Hanging upon refrigerator doors everywhere, along with party invitations and family snapshots, is the best of our children’s artwork. As the Web has become a global exhibition space for kids’ art, the refrigerator door metaphor has become common. If you would like to see your child’s art “hanging” on the Web, here are some sites that accept submissions.
In addition to the display of artwork from kids ages five to twelve, visitors will delight at the @rt Sparkers (fifteen ideas to jumpstart your creativity,) @rtrageous Thinking (practice artistic thinking ) and @rtifacts (about famous and not-so-famous artists.) The @rt Teaching Resources and Links sections are also worthy of your clicks. To find submission guidelines, visit the Mailbox page, and follow the link to “instructions on submitting artwork.”
Arts and Kids
Artwork from 34,502 kids is not only on display in the Arts and Kids gallery, but each piece is also available to send as an e-card, play as a scramble puzzle, or purchase on a sweatshirt or mouse pad. Individual artists can be found using the name search on the home page.
Education Index: Virtual Refrigerator Door
From your refrigerator door to theirs and back again, Education Index is one of the few gallery sites that will return original work submitted via snail mail. Art thumbnails (from artists up to age eighteen) are displayed alphabetically by first name. If your name is Aaron or Abbey, your picture will get a coveted home page position! Other highlights of the Education Index site are their web site reviews organized by topic and audience (from preschool age to parents and teachers.)
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