American Art Online Videos
a catalogue of online lectures and conversations with artists, scholars and others
with content focusing on representational art presented free of charge
How can I find online videos copncerning American representational art?
Browse through the Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) catalogue American Art Online Videos indexed by source name:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Outside TFAO's website use outside search engines to help you locate videos. TFAO uses:
When using public search engines, TFAO suggests advanced search phrases in quotes including artist names and topic names from TFAO's American Representational Art catalogue. Using blinkx, TFAO entered the phrase "American painter" and retrieved 46 videos; "Georgia O'Keeffe" netted 65 videos.
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Who updates this catalogue?
This catalogue is 100% maintained by volunteers. They provide new content on a continuous basis with the intent of maintaining the world's most complete catalog of online videos within its category. Qualified volunteers are welcome to contribute suggestions for additional catalogue development. TFAO also welcomes other volunteers to further the broadening of knowledge of American representational art. To learn more about other volunteer opportunities please click here.
TFAO is pleased to give credit to volunteers for their time devoted to research.. TFAO provides credits on each page where information is added. If you have a website, TFAO would be pleased to provide a link to it in your credit line.
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TFAO may attempt to find the content with a broken link at another location on the source's site. This is done by using the advanced search feature on search engines such as Google, enabling searches for exact wording or phrases in a site. If the attempt is not successful, TFAO makes a note of the failed search. A note is placed after the content title such as: (8/12/09 advanced search failed to locate content on source's site)
TFAO believes that retention of the title of content that existed on a page with the broken link is important. The content may be:
As of 8/12/09 this catalogue has been audited through: the letter Z
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