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Teen and Family programs at the National Gallery of Art

Today’s cool thing: student and family programs (all the way up to teen art studio programs) at the National Gallery of Art. Check out the menu on the left side of the page; there are 1-hour guided programs for smaller children that include a docent, a story, examining one work of art, and a hands-on activity. Plus, the children are given a notebook to work in for the program.

For older kids, there are teen programs that include workshops, films, and behind the scene and volunteer opportunities.

Posted by on April 3rd, 2017

I Will Survive (homeschool video)

Now testing embed code. And what better subject than a mildly amusing take-off of “I Will Survive”, a la homeschool?

Posted by on August 3rd, 2010

I ate this cigar for dinner.

What’s molecular gastronomy? Well, I like to think of it as what happens when Mister Science takes some LSD and is let loose at the Whole Foods catering kitchen.

Cuban cigar? Pork sandwich!

Cuban cigar? Pork sandwich!


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Posted by on May 18th, 2010