Arts in Context "Thirst" Online Screening
Thursday, March 27 at Noon
Join Panhandle PBS, Amarillo College Presidential Scholars, Amarillo Museum of Art and KLRU, Austin, for an online screening of the Arts in Context episode "Thirst."
View Online Screening
Then join Panhandle PBS Amarillo College Presidential Scholars and the Amarillo Museum of Art for an in-person screening of "Water Pressures" Tuesday, April 1 at Noon in the Pahandle PBS studio, 2408 S. Jackson Amarillo, Texas.
A Conversation with Doc Hendley
Documentary Film Screening on Amarillo College campus
Panhandle PBS will offer a screening at AC in 2014 of a 2012 documentary that aired on PBS called Water Pressures.
Water Pressures details the collaboration between the impoverished, water-scarce desert community in Rajasthan, India, and students at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill., whose campus rests on one of the largest bodies of fresh water in the world. The story demonstrates how understanding, education and collaboration can lead to sustainable solutions, particularly between developing and developed countries.
For more on Water Pressures and accompanying resources, please visit their website.
Multi- Disciplinary Lesson Plan for College Faculty
Panhandle PBS has worked with Susan Burgoon, Assistant Professor/Biological Sciences at AC, to develop a multi-disciplinary, college-level lesson connecting the Common Reader to the Water Pressures documentary. Ms. Burgoon's lesson is available here.
Panhandle and State Water Resource Links
Materials for Educators at PBS LearningMedia.org
(PBS media educational resources with free account registration)
Panhandle PBS is proud to support Amarillo College and its Common Reader efforts and as always, is pleased to contribute to the academic and social fabric of the community we serve.