In this section, we collect links related to arts directories. Directories are a terrific way to find the information that you need on the arts. It could be that you want to look up details about the Renaissance period, Salvidor Dali, or the work of Andy Warhol. The Art History section of our arts directories would be the place for these links. Or, you may be interested in the New York skyline, the pyramids at Giza, or the Eiffel Tower. Architecture directories address these areas of concern. There are other options for bodyart, dance, literature, and movies, among others, each of which is home to directory links on those subjects. Typically, a directory is structured with a top level and a hierarchy of sublevels. The more levels you explore, the more specific the information on the arts becomes. As a result, the directory format allows you to get to deeper and deeper levels of details. It has advantages over other types of structures. For example, human users can determine with reasonable accuracy whether a certain arts directory and its sublevels will lead to the information that they need. This is different from search engines for the arts, which rely on the terms that a person types into the system. As a result, a lot of search engine use requires trial-and-error tests before finding the information that one needs. Arts directories may include a combination of search capability and hierarchical structure, which provides users flexibility to search in a variety of ways.