This site for CBC's (Canada's public television) cutting edge open source television site ZED is a boon for the patient. It's got everything: animation, film, literature, visual art, and music.
DIA Artists' Web Projects
In addition to their exhibition spaces in Manhattan and Beacon, and various other projects from the Spiral Jetty to The Lightning Field, Dia Art Foundation has sponsored several interesting web projects.
Sprawling, unruly and difficult to navigate but Agricola de Cologne's brainchild contains numerous online projects -- featuring film, video and websites -- with international curators. Includes the groundbreaking Le Musee di-visioniste.
Originally a literary website, UbuWeb has become a source for much more including audio files, interviews, experimental film, etc. We can't sing their praises high enough.
Allegorical Power Series
They describe themselves best:
Antiopic's Allegorical Power Series was a series of online MP3 releases [...] meant to address the possibilities and roles of abstract or experimental music as social and political response; it attempted to provide a forum and space for artists to present new work as protest and as an exploration of the meaning and potential of sound art in the context of and as response to global injustice.
Austrian artist collective. 2005 United Media Arts artists-in-residence. Included on their site are pages devoted to their Durham performance of The Well-Tempered Kitchen during the close of the Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film.
Robert Irwin on Abstraction
A streaming video of
a fascinating lecture by Robert Irwin, the artist who launched the light and space movement,
speaking on abstraction, perception and reality.
A lovely site dedicated to the Italian painter. A fitting homage to a great, yet humble, artist. The flash version opens with an interview he did for the Voice of America.
The website for the brilliant PBS documentary series. One can navigate by theme or artist. Includes features and video clips on a wide variety of artists from Laurie Anderson to James Turrell.
European Graduate School
With a faculty that includes such diversity as Peter Greenaway, Michel Houllebecq, Jean-Luc Nancy, David Lynch and DJ Spooky, how can one not want to watch video clips of their lectures and read the transcripts?
A wonderful use of technology, opening one up to a new view of language and how words are related.
Fair trade music from around the world.