- Skillshare: While not completely free, there is a free learning section as well as a two-month free trial period for the premium version.
- Lynda.com: It's free when you go through your free online Boston Public Library membership
- Creative Cow: "The peer-to-peer support community for media production professionals around the world." The website is less "glitzy" than most, but I personally have learned a ton on this site as well as troubleshooted countless problems throughout my years... so I would highly recommend checking it out.
- OpenLearn: Offers over 100 free history and the arts classes.
- OpenCulture: In addition to arts & humanities courses, they offer over 1,500 total
- Class Central: Nearly 800 art & design classes
- Ransom Center's Movie Poster Collection: A movie poster collection nearing ten thousand pieces
- ART TIMES Journal: “The go to source for creatives and those who appreciate good writings”
- Inspiration Grid: Sing up for daily art inspiration in your email daily.
- Pinterest: Pinterst has countless opportunities to find material that can inspire your art. Find your niche(s).
Royalty free assets
- Canva: Online graphic design platform
- Pexels: Free photos & videos
- Pixabay.com: Free photos, vectors, videos & more
- StockSnap: Free photos
- FreeMusicArchive.org: Royalty free music
- Incompetech: Free music & graph paper
- FreeSoundtrackMusic.com: Free music for soundtracks
- FreeMuscArchive: Lots of free and royalty free music
- Public Domain 4U: Music that is now in the public domain
- Mixkit.co: Free videos, music, & video templates