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.
*Sponsored* The DoSeum is offering five week-long Master Camp sessions for kids interested in taking a deep dive into a specific advanced technology.
*Sponsored* Competitive artist-in-resident applicants are local or regional professional mid-career artists with experience creating socially engaged, participatory art.
Lost all your flower crowns? Eaten enough chicken on a stick? We found some non-Fiesta related events for you this weekend.
If you’re staying in town for Spring Break and need kid-friendly ideas, we’ve gathered some activities to keep your children occupied.
Inspired by a segment from the beloved TV show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” the exhibit aims to teach children about the processes behind everyday items.
Starting Saturday, families that receive federal food assistance benefits can visit the DoSeum for $3 a person.