Go through the guided tours of some art works and try your hand at some interactiveart activities. They also have a great collage machine where you can make your owncollage online using existing clip art available.6. Birmingham Museum & Art Galleryhttp://www.bmag.org.uk/This website contains information about the collections, exhibitions and events atBirmingham Museums and Art Gallery. The Education section contains a link to theseparate Schools Liaison website, which offers resources for teachers planning a visitand details of the object loans service.7. The National Portrait Galleryhttp://www.npg.org.uk/live/educatio.aspThis section of the National Portrait Gallery's website has details of the education programmes and services run by the gallery for schools, adult groups and families.8. The Metropolitan Museum (MET)http://www.metmuseum.org/education/index.aspExplore and learn about art. Look at art history timelines and educational activities.9. The Tate Onlinehttp://www.tate.org.uk/learning/schoolsteachers/http://www.tatetools.com/All the resources you need for teaching art in the classroom, from Teachers’ packs toTeacher Training.10. The 24 Hour Museumhttp://www.24hourmuseum.org.uk/The 24 Hour Museum is the UK’s National Virtual Museum. The site promotes publicly funded UK museums, galleries, archives and heritage attractions and seeks toget the message about Britain's great culture to a broad online audience nationally andworldwide.Institutions/Associations11. Young at Arthttp://www.arts.ac.uk/young-at-art/An innovative art, design and communication project run by the London Institute.Find out about the art courses for young people in the London area for students 11 -18 years of age.