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ONLINE CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

The Museum offers tutorials, workshops with guest artists, and classes tailorable for each group or school. Registration is now open for schools and organizations that would like to partner with us to bring a specialized media program to your classroom. Teachers and administrators can request a media course focusing on stop motion animation, media-making, or an introduction to the moving image, for ages seven through eighteen. We also feature courses for adults and seniors in documentary filmmaking or film appreciation. Email us at studio@movingimage.us for rates and details.

Email us at studio@movingimage.us for rates and details.

MEDIA CAMPS

Registration is now open for Summer Media Camp Summer for kids ages 8–14: Youth living anywhere around the world are welcome to join!. Sign up here. For youth ages 15-18, check out our summer courses for teens here. Send any questions to studio@movingimage.us.

 

VIRTUAL TOURS & FIELD TRIPS

This summer, MoMI is offering live-streamed virtual tours and field trips by zoom in English, Español (Spanish), and عربى (Arabic). The tours will be broadcast live from New York City, and explore the museum galleries and exhibits on the history of television, cinema and video games. The cost starts at $5 per student per tour, and workshops can be added for an additional fee. To request a virtual group field trip, please visit our booking site Explorable Places.

 

TUTORIALS

Added weekly on MoMI Education's new YouTube channel: @ Moving Image Studio. Be sure to subscribe for updates.

Explore how to use the language of film with this deep dive into the art of the match cut by our Filmmaker-in-Residence Leonardo Santana Zubieta. Included is a tutorial on how to use free software like EdPuzzle for creative expression and teaching. 

 

Build a miniature space-scape at home with Filmmaker Tiffany Joy Butler in this claymation re-enactment inspired by the short film Afronauts by Nuotama Frances Bodomo. Check out many more shorts and experimental pieces on scienceandfilm.org, the Museum's initiative to examine the intersection of science and film. The site also features interviews with scientists and filmmakers, original articles, and over 60 science-themed short films that are available to stream anytime, all of which have received grants from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for their depictions of scientific themes and characters. You can also download a free educational guide to short and feature science-related films like Afronauts, penned by Curator Sonia Shechet Epstein.

 

Join Visual Artist Umber Majeed on a virtual walk through The Jim Henson Exhibition. Learn how to start designing your own puppet media at home with Jim Henson–inspired design.