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Google has a new Chrome experiment for us!

"This year, for Music in Our Schools Month, we wanted to help make learning about music a bit more accessible to everyone by using technology that’s open to everyone: the web. We built a set of experiments that let anyone explore how music works. It’s called Chrome Music Lab, and you can check it out at g.co/musiclab."

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How to enhance your lessons with Google Art Project,  It is a repository of high resolution images and 3D “museum view” virtual art gallery tours. 

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Hi, Google! I would love to share with you what I've been able to make in Google Drawings. This software is outstanding! I'm a member of a designer and visual artist group of about 2,000 really talented people. I started doing vector portraits like these and was begged to share the precess I used.

When I said that these were all created entirely in Google Drawings in a web browser, (Chrome:) mouths dropped. Anyway, keep up the great work and thank you for making these apps available for all! 
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I have seen this around Google+ but unless I write it down, I won't remember. So here is my guide on how to install the +Google Art Project on your Chrome browser so you can experience and learn about famous works of art!

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