Double-threat violin and piano phenom Ray Ushikubo returns to perform Beethoven’s youthful, imaginative, first full-length orchestral piece, contrasted by the subdued resignation of Richard Strauss’ sunset years and Metamorphosen, and the pulsating Spanish rhythms of Turina’s tone poem capturing the toreador’s prayers to succeed in the ring versus the audience’s blood-thirsty anticipation of the spectacle.
2 WEEKS. 2 UNIQUE DIGITAL CAMPS. JOIN US FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD! Choose between Digital Designer Camp 101 and Digital Leica Akademie Photography Camp. Join us for the complete Designer Camp Digital program and save $50 using promo code TWOWEEKS at checkout. In keeping with the Designer Camp mission, we are limiting the number of students in order to keep the experience personal, hands-on and unique.
Art Submissions Requested! Be Kind to Animals Week, May 2nd – 8th, is just around the corner, and we need your help!
You are invited to get creative and help us spread the word about being kind to pets in our community. Artwork will be shown in a digital library during Be Kind to Animals Week and throughout the month of May.
The art show provides a great opportunity for participants to really think about what it means to be kind to animals and express their values in a creative way. They’ll have a wonderful time creating art that will be shown with pride for everyone to see!
It’s time to head outside and explore the starry skies! Join our planetarium educators on Facebook Live as they take you on a journey of what’s currently visible in the evening skies.
Together, we’ll explore the sky above Minnesota, including seasonal constellations, the Moon, and visible planets. There’s something in the sky for everyone! Don’t forget to bring your questions, as we’ll save time for Q & A.
Be sure to download your own current Minnesota Skies Guide. https://www.bellmuseum.umn.edu/star-map/
5:00PM-5:30PM EST, 4:00PM-4:30PM CST, 3:00PM-3:30PM MST, 2:00PM-2:30PM PST
Join us for a socially-distanced meet & greet with the Easter Bunny, presented by T-Mobile!
A Zoo team member will be available to take your family’s photo, using your own provided device. (Printed photos will not be available.)
Plus get sweet treats provided by The Milk Shake Factory!
This limited-ticket experience is just $25 per family. While all guests must be within the same family unit, there is no limit to the number of people per family.
A new online summer camp which brings the exciting world of theatre straight to your living room! Join us for a dynamic and interactive theatre experience where our campers get the opportunity to enjoy the fun, creativity, and hilarity of the theatre world. Each and every day they'll participate in acting, singing, dancing, improv, movie-making, and stage design. All of it leading up to a professionally produced Big Show for the whole family to watch online! From the shy wallflower to the class clown: All levels of experience welcomed!
Ocean Institute is thrilled to be hosting a FREE Virtual College Fair sponsored by The Nicholas Endowment with keynote speaker- ocean advocate, TV personality, and science communicator Danni Washington. During the fair, there will be live presentations, small session chats, student and alumni panels, exhibits, and more! The interactive day from 9am-3pm will inform and encourage students about post-high school, college, and career opportunities.
2021 is shaping up to be a great year! Spring and Summer dates are set for enrollment, with all new games and activities to build skills with camera, light and storytelling. All of which are designed to challenge the way we see. Who are you? Who do you want to be in 2021? Join us from wherever you are, and we’ll do it together. Ready?
Join Lowell Observatory’s Messier Marathon, an all-night virtual star party during which we’ll hunt for all 110 objects in Charles Messier’s famous catalog. These are among the most prominent deep-sky objects visible in the night sky. We’ll broadcast live from the Giovale Open Deck Observatory (https://lowell.edu/giovale-open-deck-observatory/), using our state-of-the-art PlaneWave telescope and shiny new MallinCam system.
Located in the heart of Bloomfield in Pittsburgh, PA, the Bloomfield Saturday Market. The market emphasizes locally grown, produced, and created items, you’ll find produce, cheese, meat, coffee, hummus, prepared hot and cold foods, and so much more!
Family Science Outside: Maple Sugaring brings at-home learners and their grown-ups into the living lab of the great outdoors to explore the science and math behind making maple syrup! This choose-your-own adventure style experience is a perfect escape from screens, but also a real-world supplement to school studies (aligned with many area school curricula, and state and national standards). REGISTRATION REQUIRED!