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First brainstormed in 2020, H.ART has developed this list of digital resources for art history students at Berkeley. Given the then-unprecedented shift to digital education and interaction, the Undergraduate Association wished to continue providing support for UC Berkeley students.

Given the ever-shifting boundaries of technology and Digital Art History, this list is inherently incomplete and updating it will be an ongoing project for H.ART; we’re therefore inviting you—our community—to contribute to this list here if you know of additional resources that are not already included. The Association hopes that these resources are helpful and fun for you, and that you all continue to be safe and healthy!

Our current list of resources are separated into a few groups, as outlined below.


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Free Resources

These digital resources range from ongoing events and symposia, virtual gallery walk-throughs, uploaded events, recreational art podcasts, guided art practice activities, and many more!

We hope you take the time to explore these various resources and reflect on all they have to offer!

A California Anomaly, Snow and Oranges, Pasadena, California, No. 7782; Commercial color lithograph; 3 7/16 × 5 1/2 in.; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Jefferson R. Burdick Collection, Gift of Jefferson R. Burdick


Virtual Events—The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

Engage with art and culture remotely with a variety of virtual events for all audiences. Join the MET for storytelling, live performances, film screenings, art-making programs, and conversations with Met curators, conservators, and educators.

Explore upcoming events here.

VMOCA—The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angelos, CA

The museum has created new and daily series that are available across MOCA’s social media platforms. MOCA hopes to continue to provide hours of meaningful, creative, and fun opportunities for all of us to connect in a new virtual space.

Explore VMOCA here.


Cocktails with a Curator—The Frick Collection, New York, NY

Enjoy all sixty-five episodes of the Frick’s critically acclaimed, award-winning 2020–21 series Cocktails with a Curator. In each episode, a Frick curator offers insights on a work of art in the collection with a complementary cocktail.

Watch the series here.


Rosie Lee Tompkins—The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA

The largest exhibition of Rosie Lee Tompkins’s work to date, this retrospective reveals her as a brilliantly inventive quiltmaker and an artist of stunning variety, depth, and impact. Join BAMPFA Director and Chief Curator Larry Rinder for a virtual tour of the exhibition Rosie Lee Tompkins: A Retrospective, co-curated with Andrew Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow Elaine Y. Yau.

Watch the tour here.

Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925–1945—Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

Join curator Barbara Haskell, assistant curator Marcela Guerrero, and senior curatorial assistant Sarah Humphreville for an interactive discussion about the exhibition 'Vida Americana'. This monumental survey reveals the transformative cultural dialogue that brought together artists from Mexico and the United States in the 1920s, ‘30s, and ‘40s. Haskell, Guerrero, and Humphreville provide an overview of the exhibition and then take questions from the audience.

Watch the tour here.


Art-Making Activities Families Can Do at Home—The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

For kids ages six and over, MoMA rounded up some of their favorite drawing, collage, audio, and movement activities inspired by artworks in the museum's collection.

Explore the art-inspired prompts here.


Recording Artists—Getty Center, Los Angelos, CA

From personal letters pulled from Getty’s archives, discover more about artists you’ve probably heard of like Frida Kahlo and meet some who might be less familiar like Benjamin Patterson. Listen as they collaborate, fight for justice, ask for money, work through pain, and affirm their resilience.

Listen to the podcast here.

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