Browse among modern paintings, learn about contemporary artists, choose greetings cards and shake out the piggy bank to start your own canvas collection - all in the comfort of your own home or staffroom.
There is a real Artbank Gallery (in Clerkenwell, London EC1), but the virtual one puts you in control of dozens of images and information on changing themes. From today, Stephen Harwood's Eastern Territory: new paintings 2003 includes portraits of teenage lads in the shopping arcades and wastegrounds of Limehouse. Visit www.artbank.com to see them.
Join the Roman army at Donington-le-Heath Manor House in Leicestershire on March 16. You can also eat Roman food and play the conquerors' games. Learn in more sedate style about life in the manor house in medieval and Tudor times at a special exhibition between March 26 and June 30, or discover love and marriage through the ages until March 24 at an exhibition that includes love letters, photographs and a cupid quiz.
Information: 01530 831259; www.leics.gov.ukmuseums.
The Centre for the Children's Book in Newcastle upon Tyne invites visitors to its exhibition Over the Hills and Far Away at the Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, to enter a farm and become artists. The "farm" is a recreation of the studio of Kim Lewis, whose picture books chronicle life on a Northumbrian sheep farm. A second "Fantasy Farms" gallery opens on April 19. On Saturdays until June there will be free storytelling, craft, drama, games and other activities. A folk singing session is on March 15, and "animal art" - how to create a beastly masterpiece - on April 17 and 24. Tel: 0191 477 1495 for details; 0191 276 4289 for the parallel touring schools "roadshow".