Over 8,000 websites created by students around the world who have participated in a ThinkQuest Competition.
Our entry description could be short: “Art connects”. But a few words on the aims of the InterNETional Gallery: We want to give everybody the opportunity to expose a drawing, painting or sculpture to millions of Internet-users.
The InterNETional Gallery should be a cool virtual place, where you can walk through rooms with unique interior. The use of QuickTimeTM VR-navigation will enable 3600-views as in any real gallery. If you click on the paintings you can have a closer look at them and further information on the artist will be provided. Adventure-game like you can enter neighboring show-rooms by clicking on (sometimes hidden) doors. We started the project with 100 rooms containing 1000 paintings, but the easy-to-use uploading-script and the scan-service we offer, catapulted the InterNETional_Gallery to the fastest growing art-exhibition in the world. We found an interesting way to display sculptures as virtual objects that can be rotated and viewed from arbitrary directions. How to generate such virtual objects or entire rooms can be learned from teaching movies that we have created. To explain complicated movements or spatial relations (e.g. Escher-room-object in our gallery) we ‘abused’ the VR-objects and outline this procedure in a small movie.
You want to exhibit your own drawing, but you are doubtful about the quality of your drawings? Then print out the 3step-grid-drawing exercise booklet, that we have developed.
To emphasize the international and connecting character of art we reduced the text to the required minimum and provided it in: English, German, French, Italian.
SaskiaHeinrich-Hertz-Oberschule, Berlin, Germany
MariangelaLiceo Gandhi, narni, Italy
SarahGrundschule im Blumenviertel, Berlin, Germany
19 & under
Karin DanyelHeinrich-Hertz-Oberschule, Berlin, Germany
Vera MichalskyHumboldt-University, Australia, Australia
Arts & Entertainment > Painting, Drawing & Sculpting
English, German, Italian