In the first Marcus Fellows grant to the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts 14 years ago, the Fellows accepted a technological challenge. In collaboration with the Dallas Museum of Art, they developed an interactive CD-ROM to teach fifth graders about art. In more recent years, nearly every proposal to the foundation has included elements of technology. Today, through Marcus Foundation grants, Texas museums routinely send curriculum-based art lessons electronically directly into classrooms, collaborate with teachers across the state to develop lesson plans, and deliver those plans via the Internet to teachers whose schools are often too far from a museum for field trips. In 2006, that tradition continued with the launch of a major new programmatic endeavor, called the Edward and Betty Marcus Digital Education Project for Texas Museums. The singular focus of the effort has been to stimulate visual arts education in Texas by increasing the capacity of Texas museums to use digital storytelling tools and techniques.