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EDvite is an online tool that connects learners to inspiring, offline learning experiences in their community. Ranging from museum exhibits to community gardens, and from mentor programs to coding academies, our system makes it easy for learners, teachers and parents to find hundreds of educational opportunities in every city.

Inventive Perspective Drawing with Kyle Abernathy

Working with graphite and drafting devices, learn how to build a world from your imagination. Explore the exhibition Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture and discover one-, two- and three-point perspective. Learn the basics of perspective and build rea...

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Learn to Draw Diary Comics

Students create one or two-page “diary comics” based on anecdotes from life. Topics include selecting/writing the story, staging your scenes, the symbols of graphic narration, editing for clarity, and creating balanced and cohesive pages. Cl...

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Participate in Teen Arts Council

BAM’s Teen Arts Council is a group program for teens, ages 14 to 18, who are interested in art, creativity, museums, and community engagement. The TAC plans art workshops and big parties at the museum just for teens with artist demos, live music, an...

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Learn Pastel Portrait Drawing

Using chalk pastels and acrylic washes learn basic head structure and portrait techniques. Study sighting and measuring skills to draw accurate proportions, and basic anatomical structures needed for creating lifelike expressive portraits. Develop your ...

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Urban Sketching: Pen, Ink, & Beyond with Mari Shibuya

Thursdays, March 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31 Learn how to translate three-dimensional objects into two-dimensional landscapes. Exploring basic concepts in perspective and figure drawing using pen, ink, and mixed media, develop your sketching arsenal through m...

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Learn Ecological Drawing

Learn traditional drawing and painting skills to illustrate animal species and concepts that inform the way people relate to the natural world. Explore foundation techniques related to Scientific Illustration to create images that reference contemporary ...

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Learn about Trains and Railroad History

Life on the Passenger Train From The Golden Age to Amtrak This exhibit shows a large display of dining car silver service, menus, and other artifacts from the golden age of rail travel. These items depict what it was like to travel during a time when trai...

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Experience Kentucky Wildlife and Natural History

Museum and Visitor Center The Big Bone Lick museum features exhibits that tell of the park’s momentous historic and prehistoric past. Displays include Ordovician fossils, Ice Age mammal bones, Native American artifacts, the salt making era, and ongoing ...

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Wetland Wonders Hands-on Investigation

WETLAND WONDERSThe Tacoma Nature Center, max. 302 hours  $6.00 per studentVisit a wetland habitat to see what lives there and learn about the adaptations the animals have for survival.  Then, look closer using microscopes to classify and sort the smalle...

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Forest Fun Hands-on Habitat Investigation

FOREST FUNThe Tacoma Nature Center, max. 302 hours  $6.00 per studentExplore the many plants and animals that live in a forest habitat and learn how each part depends on others.  Investigate how people depend on the forest and take a look at related job...

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