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Visual and Performing Arts Apps

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Musée du Louvre
With this special iPad version of our official application, discover the Louvre and its finest masterpieces in high definition.
From the pharaohs of Egypt to the treasure of Pompeii, from Greek mythology to French Romanticism, from the invention of writing to the coronation of Napoleon I, from Leonardo da Vinci to Eugène Delacroix, let the Louvre’s artworks guide you through thousands of years of art and history.

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MoMA AB EX NY
Now you can enjoy highlights from the major 2010–2011 exhibition "Abstract Expressionist New York" and its related publication on your iPad. Use the free MoMA Ab Ex NY iPad App to view superb high-resolution images of selected Abstract Expressionist works. Learn more about the artists and NYC history with a multimedia map of studios, galleries, bars, and other points of interest. Watch in-depth videos on key works of art, browse a glossary of art terms, read about the exhibition and exhibition publication, share your favorite works on Twitter, and more. (An internet connection is needed to view some of the content.)

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MOMA Art Lab
Home to the world's finest collection of modern and contemporary art, The Museum of Modern Art is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. Now you and your kids can explore how artists use line, shape, and color, and create your own artwork inspired by MoMA's collection. Artists featured in the MoMA Art Lab app include Henri Matisse, Elizabeth Murray, Jean (Hans) Arp, and others.

Get creative and use the MoMA Art Lab app to create a sound composition, a shape poem, a group drawing, and more, then save and share your artwork (parental setting available). Digital play is a great way for families to learn about art, discover artists' processes and inspirations, and spend time together.

 

Listen to music (for fun)

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Pandora
Listen to streaming internet radio wherever you are. Pandora plays music based on your personal taste and allows you to rate songs as they're played. Free.

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TuneIn Radio
Listen to over 40,000 radio stations including thousands of AM/FM local stations on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. Bookmark your favorite stations or shows, and set up a recording for playback later. Free & paid versions.

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Songza
Browse a curated playlist library organized by activity, genre, decade, & mood. No audio advertisements or listening limits. Free.

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