New York: Hollywood actor James Franco is set to add yet another feather to his hat - he is turning art teacher for a special one-off seminar.
The 33-year-old star has directed a short film, is a keen artist and photographer and is also studying several courses at two separate revered US universities.
Franco will now utilise his vast knowledge on arts to hold a round-table discussion on "contemporary practice with artists, authors, musicians, curators, theorists and scholars"
at New York`s contemporary art gallery MoMa Ps1, reported a website.
The `127 Hours` star will host the talks with `Milk` director Gus Van Sant and his new film project, `My Own Private River`, will play throughout.
Franco will be seen in the remake film `Planet of The Apes`, which releases in India on August 5. He had earlier announced that he`s rejoining the cast of `General Hospital.`