New Dimensions

New Dimensions

For Educators
Extend your Classroom!
New Dimensions is an innovative program for middle and high school students that use technology to connect to, explore and analyze art. One-day workshops or multiple visits culminate in the creation of a multimedia project using traditional and digital media including iLife and iStopMotion software on MacBook computers. We will work with you to customize a program that complements classroom curriculum themes and your time frame.

For Community Organizations
Expand Experiences!
Are you a Youth Development Professional seeking positive experiences for teens? Through a New Dimensions digital media project, teens can expand their thinking, explore their abilities and build 21st 21st-century skills.

Contact us to discuss customizing a New Dimensions course offering to align with your youth development goals.

Teen Advisory Group

New Dimensions Program Course Offerings:

Moving Explorations: Students complete a written response to a work of art which becomes the narration for a 3-5 minute video. (Minimum 20 hours)

Animated Explorations: Working in small groups, students create a short animated film from storyboard to finished product inspired by objects in the Museum’s collection. (Minimum 20 hours)

Filmmaking Explorations: Working in collaboration with a local documentary filmmaker, students explore the art of documentary filmmaking. Projects combine interviews with students’ personal responses to works of art in the museum’s collection. (Minimum 25 hours)

Contact us to discuss tailoring a New Dimensions offering to meet your needs.


Moving Explorations Projects:
Elliott Phillips
Rockhurst High School
Aundrea Kláver
Wyandotte High School
Shaquarrius Calloway
Ruskin High School
Desmond Lewis
Wyandotte High School
Randall Johnson
Southeast at Manual High School


Filmmaking Explorations Projects:
Katy McMillin, Monika Turner and Rockie Phillips
Paseo High School
Jalen Dunlap, James Kennedy and Jomund Davis
Paseo Academy


Animated Explorations Projects:
Sue Her, Brian Haesemeyer and JuWuan Wallace
Schlagle High School
Estefania Torres, Julio Zarrate and Brian Castaneda
Schlagle High School

New Dimensions is funded by a grant through Sprint and The Shumaker Family Foundation.




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