From Now On
The Educational Technology Journal
Vol 5 . . . No 5 . . . January/February, 1996
Examples of Virtual Galleries
To develop a clear sense of what a virtual gallery might offer a school, it pays to visit a dozen sites, some of which are adult galleries intended to display and market the work of professional artists and some of which are school Web sites proudly sharing the art and writing of students.
By now you have probably begun to notice that Web Galleries are often created by small Web-businesses with the intent of helping artists market their work. They may have more in common with small art galleries than they do with the impressive stone mansions we sometimes associate with museums.
You may also select from sketchbooks, traditional media and electronic media. This is an exciting spot which seriously exploits the power of the technology.
School of Architecture's virtual gallery
This is the School of Architecture's virtual gallery at the University of Miami offering examples of student work produced in the school's computing in design courses. Your choices:
Modeling and Rendering
The quality of images here is superior. They are dramatic, fresh and well worth the visit.