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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Children's Museum, Scotia-Glenville Scotia-Glenville Children's Museum Nature- Environment,
Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
We offer 30 different summer programs, including drop-in activities for larger group events. Themes for this summer include: Nature Discovery, Artistic Adventures & Cool Science for Curious Kids. Special "Going Green" programs incorporate recycled materials and awareness of the environment. Please refer to our website, www.travelingmuseum.org or call us (518)346-1764 for details and to schedule.
$101- $200
Wilson, Judy Paper Beads Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Environment,
Visual Arts- Crafts
One of my favorite recycling projects using paper, many choices of beads, silver spacers, and your creativity. The possibilities are endless: make a unisex bracelet by stringing beads onto elastic to be worn doubled on the wrist. Keep your tool and bring home anyextra beads you make for future projects. This is a wonderful workshop for grades 3 and up. YA's and Adults also!
$201- $350
Wilson, Judy Birds of Peace Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Environment,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Delicate fabric triangles filled with cotton and locally grown organic lavender perch on beaded branches. This is a fun, calming workshop with colorful fabrics, beads, and a bell for good luck! Hang by a window for peace! Basic sewing skills required, threading a needle, simple sewing. Reminder to bring reading glasses for those who need!
$201- $350
Riotto, Mary Diane Glow Geology Junior (K-2) Nature- Environment,
Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
These rock stars of the mineral world really get their glow on! In this program, Junior Geologists learn what makes some rocks glow those magnificent, iridescent colors, and they will help nature out by creating their very own glow in the dark rock. Along the way they will learn the secrets of fluorescence and phosphorescence,and even have a chance to capture their shadows on our Glow Wall! This workshop is developmentally appropriate,hands on and very kid friendly. It can be paired with Glow Geology for grades 3-5.
$101- $200
Riley, Tom ORPHAN TRAIN RIDERS Genealogy,
Literature- Authors,
Visual Arts- Other
ORPHAN TRAIN RIDERS----I am the author of 4 books on the subject. The largest mass relocation of children in America took place during the orphan train era 1854-1929. Over 400,000 children were transported by rail out of NYC and major cities. They were America's first foster children. I do a lecture/video presentation. Life in the 19th Century could be brutal. When adults fell victim to alcoholism, job loss, or drugs, the children were the first to suffer.
$201- $350
Wilson, Judy Who's Watching Who? Nature- Environment,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Other
Make this 3D, boxed frame, night time scene using sticks, twigs, googlie eyes and a big full moon! Who's watching who in these spooky woods??
$201- $350
Singer, Lauren Weave a Mini Wall Hanging Multicultural- Other,
Visual Arts- Folk Arts,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Weaving provides an interesting foundation for building knowledge, interest and appreciation for other cultures! In this hand-on, creative class, samples of functional and decorative textiles from all over the world will inspire your own miniature weaving. Basic techniques in weaving, knotting and embellishment will be taught. Finished pieces make great wall hangings, accessories, jewelry or furniture decor. Students can experiment widely or follow instructor's sampler. For beginner as well as experienced students. Class is taught by award winning fiber and visual artist/Board Member of the Long Island Craft Guild,, art educator and creative arts therapist.
$201- $350
Foxx, Pat Crazy Collage with Fabric Life Skills- Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Painting
Using scraps of fabric, children will design and put together a crazy quilt type of design that will be glued or ironed on to a fabric background. Adding sewn details is optional. Markers and sequins and other objects can also be used to enhance design.
$101- $200
Robin Hoffman and Jodi Stiffelman, ArtScapades Modern Art Series History,
Visual Arts- Painting
From Matisse and Picasso, through the Abstract Expressionists, American Regionalists and Women Artists of the 20th Century, to Pop Art, we offer a wide range of Modern Art lectures. Details are on our website, www.ArtScapades.com.
$201- $350
Alfieri, Jessica CRAYOLA World of Design by Imagine Arts Academy Media- Other,
Visual Arts- Other
Imagine Arts Academy is a sister company of MAD SCIENCE of LONG ISLAND. We have 16 workshops that have been developed with Crayola to teach children about design professions and arts and crafts around the world. Please call us at 516-620-6768 so we can send you information about this fantastic art design program.
$101- $200
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