Art & History Workshops

Community, camp, school and library programs for all ages



Concepts in 2d design

This high-level art class focuses on color, typography, and composition of images.  Interactive elements will include drawing exercises, color theory experiments, expressive use of type, printmaking, and artist books

*recommended for ages 12- adults

Meet our resident artist who is developing this class and created our logo 

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Back to the moon and onto mars: celebrating 50 years since the moon landing

Discover how NASA sent astronauts to the moon then and now!

Learn all about the latest mission to return to the moon to build a new space station in this SHTEM program for all ages that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.

For more information about our extensive NASA SHTEAM programming please click box below or visit our STEM page


Living History

Creative curriculum and experiential learning help bring historic events to life! Includes American Revolution, World War II, The Space Race and The Olympics and more. Discover what it was like to live in that time period through music, art, literature, film and historic events of the time.

*recommended for ages 10 to adults


Fundamentals of Drawing

This course will focus on the development of observational skills and drawing techniques, using a range of drawing media and subject matter. Students will develop technical abilities and a knowledge of both historical and contemporary artists/vocabulary. No prior experience with drawing is required or expected. “Artist of the Week” introductions are integrated into weekly course activities through reading and research

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