Deck the halls, it’s nearly Christmas – and this is your last warning about Christmas shopping season. Time is running out!
Two current exhibits at the DoSeum are the fruit of the children’s museum’s artist-in-residence program, now in its third year.
SPONSORED: Each of The DoSeum’s current exhibits and programs feature play in a unique and enriching way, with the aim of educating the whole person.
Author Carmen Tafolla’s reading at the DoSeum on Saturday will focus on joyfully nurturing skills in relation to “invention, creativity, and repurposing.”
SPONSORED: Exhibits by Amada Miller and Mark Menjivar take participants on a once-in-a-lifetime, sensory journey through space and sky.
*Sponsored* This year’s curriculum will take an innovative, cross-disciplinary approach by combining STEM topics with elements of arts and literacy.
The DoSeum, opened in 2015, has filed a lawsuit against two local firms alleging there are defects in the museum’s roofing and HVAC systems.
*Sponsored* While parents and educators might not know what learners will need to know in the future, we know how they will need to think: critically and creatively.
*Sponsored* The DoSeum is accepting applications for its 2020 Author Series, a program that gives children the opportunity to meet authors and illustrators.
*Sponsored* The DoSeum’s special summer exhibit, Going Places, explores the major modes of transportation – land, air, and water – through 17 interactive exhibits.