Berenice Abbott: Art With Mati and Dada Series
Catalogue Number: HG0036
Producer: HG Distribution
Subject: Animation, Arts, Children's Stories, Early Childhood Education, History, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies
Grade Level: 3 - 5, 6 - 8
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2013
Running Time: 7:39
Mati and Dada meet photographer Berenice who shows them the stroboscope she built to capture multiple images of a moving object with intermittent flashes of light and multiple exposures. Her photograph ‘Interference of Waves’ shows two waves vibrating in the water, and her ‘Bouncing Ball’ photo show the science of everyday events.
Seven-year old Mati is a cheerful girl with a wild imagination and a zesty passion for art. Along with her eccentric sidekick Dada, she’s magically transported into the lives of the greatest artists in history.
Together, these two friends go on exciting adventures with the likes of Leonardo da Vinci, Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. Hand in hand, they travel throughout time and art, solving mysteries and sometimes getting into trouble ~ all the while learning from the Masters themselves.
This wonderful animated series is a fun and imaginative introduction to art for budding artists everywhere!
Also available in French.
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