6 edition of Adult Museum Programs found in the catalog.
October 15, 2002 by AltaMira Press .
Written in English
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Consult-a-Curator Learn more about artwork from your private collection with expert advice from our curators and conservators. Fine Art Flow Explore art through yoga during this minute gallery talk and minute yoga class. Maximum number of participants: 20 Groups can order box lunches or bring your own. Each month, we will explore different themes relating art to yoga and then end the night with a teacher-led yoga practice. Whether it's a formal lecture in our auditorium, field trip or workshop with an expert, or learning about brewing while drinking a beer, MOR encourages our adult community to connect to all the resources MOR has to offer in a format they enjoy. Using safe-space guidelines, we will listen, share and seek to understand the issues that affect us today, and those that affected Margaret Brown and Denverites years ago.
Click here for additional information on the Arts Engagement Program. Tickets may be purchased online through TicketLeap. Learn about the hidden language of love, as well as some of the more colorful language being used at the time while we take a look behind closed doors. Bring your book and share your insights! After the tour we will discuss ghosts, hauntings, and all things relating to the paranormal as we sip spirits! Victorian Halloween Traditions An old holiday with fascinating customs, decorations and costumes.
Students will receive 3D glasses to view the photographs that were taken during the s construction. Spring Volunteer Updates April a. Who knows, you may even come face to face with her monster! The Arts Engagement Program is generously supported in honor of the caregivers who support their partners with love, respect, patience, and laughter and make a difference every day and by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona.
Plastics in telecommunications III.
Academic dishonesty and the community college
British country house needlepoint
Cultural tourism research methods
Syllabus and laboratory manual of household chemistry
Corporate procedures for legal assistants
Letters between an English lady and her friend at Paris
Accidents of an antiquarys life.
Gumdrop catches a cold
Private law firm library
Guide for loading dry-type distribution and power transformers
Between remembering and forgetting
AEP sessions are offered during the Fall and Spring. Volunteer opportunities range from staffing activity carts to preparing fossils, helping with our Museum Family Days, joining a benefit event planning committees, helping with security, putting together mailings, and giving guided tours.
Enjoy learning about food, dining customs and table settings in this illustrated slide show. Desert Adventure Tours Desert Adult Museum Programs book Tours allow locals and visitors alike to explore the history of the Wickenburg area through mining heritage and ghost town day-long jeep tours led by Museum docents.
In this presentation, learn about how the Titanic sank in the early morning of April 15, After the tour we will discuss ghosts, hauntings, and all things relating to the paranormal as we sip spirits! Ask about itineraries for visiting multiple museum locations.
We will discuss how to engage students interactively and critically with books in a manner that will encourage them to interpret stories on their own terms, to find pleasure in looking at art, and to make connections between the books that they read and the world that they live in.
Is Mrs. Programming is available for smaller groups if they pay for the equivalent of 10 individuals. Visit the museum, the volunteer library and our event center. Tickets may be purchased online through TicketLeap. To register, click here.
At Phoenix Art Museum, we value the opportunity to spend time together exploring and making art. Cancellation Policy: If you discover after registering you need to cancel your registration for a particular program, course or workshop, please do so at least 15 days prior to the commence date to receive a full refund.
Presentation begins at p. Learn about the organizational structure of the Foundation for Historic Christ Church and the different ways to volunteer. Plus, each summer volunteer interpreters at the Living History Farm demonstrate the day-to-day activities of a Montana farm in the s.
The Art of Victorian Dining Put on your finest gown or tuxedo and take a step back in time to discuss the importance of dining in Victorian America. Oral histories have also been collected, a popular part of the celebration. There is no charge to self-guide. Suggested for ages 16 and older, per parental discretion.
Events often are led by the authors; fiction and non-fiction book themes capture the spirit of the West. Learn about the building of the Transcontinental Railroad like never before. For more program options, see our Art-Centered Programs. Light refreshments provided. Groups must pay as a group one payment for the whole.
Students will learn about the development of standardized time and explore the ways the railroad changed how Americans experienced time.
Look no further! In this event we will discover the true life of Mary Shelly and her creation of the famed monster Frankenstein. Determine what is myth and what is fact as you learn about these two women while sipping on signature cocktails.Off-site Adult Programs Community Outreach Program.
Phoenix Art Museum Docents present hour-long, image-based programs in our community on a wide range of art-related topics.
The Community Outreach program is available for senior community and living centers and community and special-interest groups throughout the Valley.
Small Groups and Book Clubs In addition to tours, we have both o n and off-site programs available for small groups and book clubs. Advanced reservations and a nonrefundable deposit of $50 are required in order to secure your group's tour and/or program.
Please call the museum () to discuss the programming needs of your group. The Union Pacific Railroad Museum offers a variety of programs and tours for every age group and interest. All tours and programs require at least two weeks advance notice.
Be advised that tours and programs are scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis, so book early, especially during peak field trip season in the spring.
Programs for Adults Lectures, Performances, Workshops. The Museum offers a wide range of lectures, guided tours, gallery talks, concerts, readings, performances, and symposia throughout the year.
Take a closer look at works of art with one of these gallery programs led by knowledgeable Museum staff. MFAH Book Clubs.
Art, history, and.
Adult Programs. Authors Series. The Museum hosts free Book Club discussions from October through April each year. Events often are led by the authors; fiction and non-fiction book themes capture the spirit of the West.
Books are available for purchase in our Museum stores. Book Guided Tours. Choose from a variety of fun, fascinating guided tours.
Contact Group Sales to learn more about these programs and find the best choice for your group, or to make a reservation: or [email protected]. Guided tours are $14 per person and include general admission.