High Art Inspiration: Incredible Museum Collections to Visit Online
This February thousands of talented artists from around the world will compete in High Art 2019, the world’s only international cannabis art contest. The theme of the upcoming contest is “Technology,” so with that in mind, what better place to get some inspiration than by viewing incredible art online? Thanks to technology, we can view exhibits in museums and collections that we’ll probably never have the fortune to see in person. For people with limited resources, it’s a fantastic way to expose yourself to new art and artists from places far and wide.
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Here are some top picks for inspiring creativity:
Yes, the one in France. You can search the collection and view videos and selected works online from one of the greatest museums in the world from the comfort of your couch.
Another world-class museum, the famous Guggenheim features 1,700 works by 675 artists online in its searchable database.
A NYC classic, this incredible museum also features plenty of works and exhibits online for online visitors to enjoy.
MoMA’s website features a whopping 79,000 works, which is nearly half of the 200,000 works in their collection.
Google Art Project: Google’s Arts & Culture project gives people access to dozens of museums around the world, in places like Russia, Japan and Finland. Be careful or you’ll lose a few hours lost in amazing international art.