InteractiveFlipping from image to image very quickly creates the illusion of movement. Have you ever played with a flipbook? Try out this drag n' drop game.
Step inside Artopia's Media Arts lobby! Students can learn about media arts history by exploring Art History. Under Be a Media Critic, students are guided on how to closely examine a variety of media types like television, radio, photography and film. In Meet an Artist, watch videos of artists at work.
Please note many of the web videos include transcripts.
VideoMaria Manhattan talks about her apple paintings and the importance of having a studio.
VideoMaria Manhattan talks about her process of designing the Artopia art cards. Check out the art cards below: Dance Art Cards Media Arts Cards Music Art Cards Painting Art Cards Sculpture Art Cards...
VideoMaria Manhattan explains her art philosophy and how we should embrace our own art styles.
PhotoIllustration by Maria Manhattan 1954-present Cindy Sherman was born on January 19, 1954 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey and was raised on Long Island. She earned a B.A. in Fine Arts from the State...
VideoCecil J. Williams did a great deal of civil rights photography. Even as a young boy, before he understood what was going on, he took many important photographs.
VideoCecil J. Williams is a native of Orangeburg, South Carolina. He began taking documentary photographs of his community at the age of nine. By 15, he was working professionally as a freelancer for Jet...
VideoMaria Manhattan shows how she adds color and shadow to bring her computer drawing more to life.
InteractiveDrop and drag the scenes around to create a storyboard.
InteractiveINSTRUCTIONS: Click on the link above to access the Google Docs document. You can go under File and select "Make a Copy" to add to your own Google Drive or "Print." Critical viewing means taking a...