Are you looking for high school art apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Boulevard-Art classes are more immersive thanks to the VR experience provided by this program. Students can visit six art museums and experience famous artworks via virtual, augmented, or mixed reality. Boulevard is redefining an era and reshaping the art and culture narrative to the outside world.
Tinkercad – This is a friendly version of CAD; with Tinkercad, users can create, design, modify, and print 3-D objects. Tinkercad makes it easy for students to learn the basics about creating designs using the various features that are available on the website.
Procreate – This is a drawing tool designed for use on the iPad. With Procreate, users can create expressive sketches, rich paintings, and gorgeous illustrations on an expansive, ultra-portable canvas. Procreate offers many features that help users create their best drawings. Finished art pieces can be exported using PDF, PSD, JPG, and PNG.
The Pyramids– For students studying ancient civilizations or just those fascinated by Egypt, The Pyramids provides a way to explore the tombs and pyramids of ancient Egypt in 3-D. As students walk through passageways or fly over the Sphinx, they can touch any object or painting to learn more about it, including information on who created it, what it is thought to represent, and how it fits into the culture of ancient Egypt. Students can zoom in on paintings to examine them more closely and select objects to view from all angles by rotating them. There is also an accompanying interactive book full of additional information for curious students.