Educators: explore rewarding, and even groundbreaking, careers in earth sciences with your students by watching Science at the Top of the World.
Posts written by Guest Post
Youth from every region of the country are invited to take up the Canada Day Challenge.
How an insistence on a complicated solution led animator Kathleen Weldon to a magical result with her Hothouse 10 rollercoaster.
Immersed in poetry, art, NFB culture, and Hothouse 10, stop-motion animator Frances Adair Mckenzie thinks deeply.
Download the Primal study guide designed to guide teachers in the discovery of the scream, a fundamental form of human expression that has often been under-valued or suppressed.
Windows that don’t open are the bane of Hothouse 10 animator Benjamín Mugica.
Clever and inventive food advice is the key to animator Neal Moignard’s survival of Hothouse 10. Find out more from Neal himself!
Stop-motion animator Alexandra Lemay dissects her Hothouse 10 creative process, and regrets that twelve weeks flew by so quickly.
It’s not a greenhouse, but Mexican animator Esteban Azuela discovers Hothouse 10 is even better!
Delight in animator Alex Boya’s focused stream-of-consciousness creative process in Hothouse 10.
Animator Steph Braithwaite takes a wild ride in Hothouse 10, and lives to tell us about it! This post is part of the “I can see the finish line” posts by this year’s Hothouse gang.
Educators: draw inspiration from Indigenous pedagogies such as narrative approach and empathy to explore the concept of identity with your students.