Find out ways to challenge kids with math without shaming them with Prof. Angela Vierling-Claassen. Plus, her favorite math apps.
She will co-host a show focused on sex in America.
The National Endowment of the Arts grants CAAM $45,000 for CAAMFest 2015.
Join us at the second annual CAAMFeast Awards: Stories, Food & You on Saturday, March 7 as we honor the Masumoto Family, Danielle Chang and Tim Luym.
“Hungry for Love” is a new film by CAAM Fellow Soojin Chung’s — “a heart-warming love story where food brings people together.”
CAAM produces 20 videos that use cultural and artistic diversity to teach math lessons at PBS LearningMedia.
It makes sense that Joan Chen, the renowned actress and filmmaker who has been working in both the Hollywood and Chinese film industries since…
“At New Year’s time, we got the opportunity to remember together.”
Two of our funded films begin airing nationally in December. Check local listings.
“The steps that artists are taking, it shifts the imagination of what can be. That makes a new politics possible.”