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George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate
Program fees are $100 To register click on: Register 1. Once Upon A Time at Mount Vernon – As a young boy, Washington heard the same Aesop’s Fables that are told to children today. In a new take on classic stories, Mount Vernon’s storytellers will bring the fables to Mount Vernon, teaching about animals, farming,
Cow Girl Museum – Arts
Schools click on Register Senior Learning Network – Register 1. How Artists See Nature – Photographers such as Ansel Adams and Elliot Porter shared Georgia O’Keeffe’s appreciation of nature as they captured unique scenery through the camera lens instead of paint and palette. Join us as we explore how O’Keeffe and others found ways to
Cow Girl Museum – History
Schools – Register Senior Learning Network – Register Ask about updated prices 1. Amazing Women in the Days of the Depression – Join the National Cowgirl Museum to learn about an era in history known as The Depression. Women such as Dale Evans, Georgia O’Keeffe and Patsy Montana are just a few Honorees in the
Mariner’s Museum – Language Arts
All Programs at the Mariner’s Museum are $125 To register go to - http://www.marinersmuseum.org/education/distant-learning-language-arts-programs 1. Anansi and other African Tales – Through the ages, Africans have used storytelling to teach life lessons, entertain, and explain the workings of the world. In this entertaining and educational program, students will listen to stories and learn how African storytellers
Mariner’s Museum – Science
All Programs at the Mariner’s Museum are $125 To register click here Register 1. Tsunamis: Mighty Harbor Waves – Tsunamis don’t happen often, but when they do, their impact can be devastating. Journey from the Earth’s core to the ridges and valleys of the sea floor as they learn about the underlying causes of tsunamis.
Historic Cold Spring Village
Programs at the Historic Cold Spring Village cost $110 per session To register click here: Register 1. An Early American School Day, a typical day in an Early American rural school. 2. The Story of Old Glory, the origins and early history of the flag of the United States, using a collection of reproduction historic flags from the 17thc.
The Cleveland Museum of Art
http://www.clevelandart.org/learn/distance%20learning.aspx From Math to Mythology, from Egypt to Origami!
Cincinnati Art Museum
Programs are scheduled by demand, four weeks in advance and can be adapted to fit special needs or audiences Cost: $100 per 1-hour session. Cincinnati Fashion During the Golden Age - The last quarter of the 19th century was coined as the “Golden Age” of Cincinnati, a time when the arts flourished in the queen city.
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Program costs $100 each American Impressionism (grades 6–12) History, Visual Arts By viewing and discussing artworks by Mary Cassatt, William Merritt Chase, Childe Hassam, John Singer Sargent, and others, students discover how the advent of American Impressionism was more than just an imitation of the impressionist movement in France. The basic tenets of Impressionism, as well