Inspired by the works of Bob Miller (1935–2007), natural philosopher, light artist, and Exploratorium icon, Actual Reality invites us to wade into a sea of images and sounds and catch slippery, individual moments of reality.
STEAM up your classroom by integrating art into activities that teach authentic STEM content that also supports the NGSS. By integrating art into STEM activities, you’ll engage students in their explorations of the natural world.
Join Australian filmmaker Richard Tuohy for a hands-on film processing workshop. Discover the chemistry and techniques needed to process your own 16mm color film, and get the full picture of color film’s path from shooting to screen.
Made from elaborate experiments in laboratory processes and film mechanics, Richard Tuohy’s dazzling, handmade films highlight time-lapse photography, single-frame filmmaking, multiple exposure photography, extensive printing techniques, alternative chemical processes, direct cameraless filmmaking, and more.
Saturday, December 6, 2014 Screening at 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. Scratch Animation Workshop from 1:45 to 2:45 p.m.
Scratch, or cameraless, animations are made by painstakingly drawing or scratching images onto individual frames of film. Be inspired by some classics of the genre, and join in a scratch animation workshop.