New York's Museum of Modern Art is to host the first in a series of public Google Art Talks, starting with a discussion on teaching art online from 8pm EST on Wednesday, March 6.
Curators from the National Gallery in London will then take the next Art Talk, two weeks later on March 20, which is to examine "continuity and change between depictions of the female nude."
April sees the Google Art Project present the famous "The Tower of Babel" by Pieter Bruegel, accompanied by explanation and commentary from curator Peter Parshall of the National Gallery of Art in Washington.
Subsequent talks from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art,
Museo Nacional de Arte in Mexico and Qatar's Museum of Islamic Art are to follow in due course.