How to Read a Film: A Literacy Workshop for Teachers
Presented by the Pacific Film Archive (PFA) in Berkeley, California, How to Read a Film is a two-day intensive workshop designed to help high school teachers and media educators prepare their students to better "read" the diverse and complex images surrounding them---from the silver screen, through the video beam, to the 3-D computer dream.
Get the Picture: An Interactive Multimedia Guide for Kids to the UC Berkeley Art Museum
Tell us what you think about art and architecture, and read what other kids have written. Rotate a sculpture 360 degrees in space. Choose music you think reflects the mood of an abstract painting. And more!
The New Child: British Art and the Origins of Modern Childhood, 1730-1830