Art, Drama & Music

Great resources for teen students of the arts.

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Find extensive artist biographies, auction records, sample images, and more.

Available only at the library.

A streaming audio collection provides you access to almost 9 million tracks, including 600,000 albums and over 45,000 unique recordings.

Books

American hip-hop : rappers, DJs, and hard beats by Nathan Sacks

American pop : hit makers, superstars, and dance revolutionaries by Arie Kaplan

American rock : guitar heroes, punks, and metalheads by Erik Farseth

Dreaming in Indian : contemporary Native American voices edited by Lisa Charleyboy and Mary Beth Leatherdale

Graffiti school : a student guide with teacher's manual by Chris Ganter

Great artists by Charlotte Gerlings

How to act like a kid : backstage secrets from a young performer by Henry Hodges & Margaret Engel

K-pop : Korea's musical explosion by Stuart A. Kallen

Legends, icons & rebels : music that changed the world by Robbie Robertson, Jim Guerinot, Sebastian Robertson, and Jared Levine

Music : investigate the evolution of American sound by Donna Latham

So you wanna be a superstar? : the ultimate audition guide by Ted Michael

Starry-eyed : 16 stories that steal the spotlight  edited by Ted Michael & Josh Pultz

Tell it like it is : fifty monologs for talented teens by Peg Kehret

 

Magazines

Imagine.  Johns Hopkins University Press for the Study of Exceptional Talent

 

Websites

Art History Resources  
Directory with links to all sorts of art resources, from ancient to contemporary art.

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco   
Searchable 82,000 image database includes information on the artists and the works.

Monologue Archive   
Need a monologue for drama class? Check this site out.

WebMuseum   
Eclectic collection of art from museums around the world and information about many artists.

 

Subject Headings / Dewey Numbers

700's Arts

 

Last Revised on:
March 2016