Until his mid-40s, Tim Wright pretty much saw the world unaided by the interpretive lens of a camera. But while teaching social studies to seventh graders in Roxbury, it was just by happenstance that he picked up a Super 8 camera as a way to capture a project his students had created. One thing led to another and he was making films, ultimately earning film festival accolades for a documentary.
These days, the Parkside resident is more interested in analyzing media than making it. He’s the… Continue
From fashion in the city’s many art galleries and spaces, to a very special project for Nelson Mandela, there’s a feast of visual art on offer.
A new addition to the 2011 Joburg Arts Alive International Festival this year is a partnership with SA Fashion Week. Heritage weekend, (September 23 to 25) sees the highly anticipated Winter Collection shows at Shine Studios in Braamfontein. This premier collection will be preceded by exciting art and fashion inspired collaborative… Continue
If your kids have a Play Station or a Nintendo Wii, odds are at some point or another you've felt like nothing in the world could tear them away from it. That's because video games are fun. Yes, fun not only for them, but potentially for…
Children are visual, physical and auditory beings. They learn best when learning involves their senses. The more senses involved, the better the learning.
Educators and learning theorists have indentified three different learning modalities; visual, kinesthetic and auditory learning. While children use a combination of these learning styles, they tend to favor one over others, resulting in visual, kinesthetic and auditory learners.