Friday, October 28, 2011
PAST KIDS: FILM: This Weekend at the National Gallery of Art - Short Films Meant to Inspire and Educate SAT, Dec 10th & SUN, Dec 11th, Free
Children's Film Screening of Scribble, Dot, Pop!
this weekend - Saturday and Sunday
Ages 4 and up, Free
Saturday, December 10th
Sunday, December 11th
Enjoy a series of animated films celebrating the qualities that make artists--of all ages and experiences--unique!
Explore the life and art of Andy Warhol in the fun and gentle film "Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists: Andy Warhol" (Mike Venezia, U.S., 2007, 24 minutes), a family-friendly biography of Warhol and an introduction to pop art.
Also included are the short films:
"Art" (Konstantin Bronzit, U.S., 2008, 6 minutes), the tale of a young boy who joyfully scribbles and doodles his way to a masterpiece. (Pictured: Film still from "Art")
"Asthma Tech" (Jonathan Ng, Canada, 2006, 7 minutes), about a boy with asthma who discovers that his imagination has the power to bridge gaps
"The Dot" (Gary Goldberger, U.S., 2004, 7 minutes), which encourages children to believe in themselves and their art.
East Building Auditorium
4th & Constitution Ave, NW
Metro: Judiciary Square - closest to the East Building