Comics use words and graphics to tell stories of our experiences and the world around us. With your imagination and these easy-to-use tools, create your own comic! Available in 13 languages.
With tools from PBS Learning Media, make your experiences in the time of coronavirus into art. Learn to write a script and edit a video about you, tell the story of someone else, and make your own memes.
Alongside relevant articles from their reporters and corresponding activities,The New York Times Film Club provides you with a collection of 10-minute-or-less documentaries.
From themes of “Pop Art” and celebrity culture to “Movement and Migration”, MoMA Learning offers mini-courses filled with videos, activities, and reading materials centered on modern and contemporary art.
“Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems!” is a daily, online series from the Kennedy Center that lets you enter Mo’s studio virtually. Learn to create doodles and cartoons from one of the greats, himself.
Watch short films that teach culture through stories, and explore issues that affect all of us. Available in both Spanish and English, explore universal themes like love and overcoming adversity.