東京のアート・デザイン展カレンダー | 東京アートビート | TAB Home | National Museum of the American Indian Transit Museum General Information Back to top On Tuesdays through Fridays, our guided school programs provide students from Pre-K to grade 12 the opportunity for hands-on learning in various subject areas. Led by a staff of skilled educators, school programs complement curricular exploration of the social history of New York City, the engineering sciences, the mathematics and art of subway and station design, the history of immigration in New York City, and the urban landscape. Guided programs for special needs students ensure that all learners benefit equally from a Transit Museum visit. Teachers should mention any special needs when making a reservation. The on-line Teacher Resource Center provides step-by-step instructions for planning and reserving a class trip to the Museum. Group reservations are confirmed when a Reservation Agreement provided by the Museum has been signed by the group leader and received by the Museum. Experience a local slice of our city's rich history! » View Children's Calendar (PDF) Note:
Creation Museum - Creation, Evolution, Science, Dinosaurs, Family, Christian Worldview | Creation Museum The Charlotte Museum of History Florida Modern-Day Slavery Museum The Florida Modern-Day Slavery Museum consists of a cargo truck outfitted as a replica of the trucks involved in a recent slavery operation (U.S. v. Navarrete, 2008), accompanied by displays on the history and evolution of slavery in Florida. The museum toured the state intensively for six weeks in the lead-up to the 2010 Farmworker Freedom March, and was exhibited in various cities in the Northeast in the summer of 2010. Since then, it has toured across the Southeast to many universities, churches, and conferences, bringing a new-found level of consciousness to communities about the history of slavery. It has also been hosted at the U.S. The museum's central focus is on the phenomenon of modern-day slavery – its roots, the reasons it persists, and its solutions. An impressive line-up of ten leading human rights and anti-slavery organizations have signed-on as endorsers of the Florida Modern-Day Slavery Museum.
The Museum of Mathematics Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Indian Museum - Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation | Clewiston, FL KidZania Opens Their Largest and Most Comprehensive Edutainment Park in Mexico City - Entertainment Designer Posted by Staff on Tuesday, June 26th, 2012 If you’ve been following us for a while, you might remember our article on KidZania Kuala Lampur. The edutainment theme park is part of the KidZania franchise, which now has 11 entertainment centers around the world. To refresh your memory a little, KidZanias feature kid-sized cities where children pretend to be adults. image: cuicuilco.kidzania.com Just like at the other KidZania centers around the world, children enter the kid-sized city at Cuicuilco through a mock airport. In addition to traditional vocations, the extensive list of job opportunities includes many that are geared toward environmental stewardship. image: themeparkpost.com Another aspect of this park that makes it more progressive than the others is a focus on special needs. Opening Day at KidZania image: mx.hola.com
Ohio Local History Alliance | ohiohistory.org Since its founding in 1960, the Ohio Local History Alliance (Alliance) has worked closely with the Ohio Historical Society (OHS). Both organizations share a common goal to encourage the preservation and the presentation of Ohio's heritage. Although separate organizations, they are joined by this common purpose and by the belief that through collaboration the two groups can be effective in meeting their goals. The staff of the OHS Local History Office administers and coordinates all Alliance programs. The Alliance, through its twenty-three person board of trustees, provides direction and oversight for those programs. The Ohio Local History Alliance is now accepting nominations for its 2013 Outstanding Achievement Awards! More information about the Alliance Annual Meeting is available here. More information about the Alliance's Regional Meetings is available here. Visit the Ohio Local History Alliance's website. Join the Ohio Local History Alliance.
Museum of Visual Materials The L.C. Bates Museum: Over a century’s worth of quaint, old and odd October 9, 2012 FAIRFIELD — After more than a hundred years of hosting an oddball collection of historical artifacts, the L.C. Bates Museum on the Good Will-Hinckley campus has itself become a historical curiosity. click image to enlarge Ancient characters are etched in the stone of a cuneiform tablet from Mesopotamia, dated at 1500 B.C. The tablet is one of several items donated by Edgar Banks, an archaeologist upon whom the movie character of Indiana Jones was based. A plaster cast from 1868 shows a detailed scene of an 18-inch-tall President Abraham Lincoln holds a war council with Gen. Additional Photos Below In the 1860s, when George Walter Hinckley was still a boy, he was given three rock specimens by a local amateur geologist, grist mill owner S. 1895: The collection was moved to a large room in the Moody Building on campus, where it grew to more than 700 specimens, mostly minerals. 1919: Good Will School graduate Ray Tobey became the curator of the museum. Places like the L.C.
Proposed Utah museum would allow visitors to experience disasters safely View 9 photos » In this 1999 file photo, Lori Egly examines the damage a tornado did to her Avenues home. Chuck Wing, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — A place to have fun with disasters and learn at the same time. That's the premise of a new kind of museum in the works for Utah, the first of its kind anywhere in the world. "This would be like Universal Studios meets disaster readiness," said Darlene Turner, executive director of the Disaster Discovery Center project. Whether it's with fires, floods, tornadoes or earthquakes, nature has plenty of ways to make life difficult. The goal would be to teach visitors how to deal with a disaster and how to prepare in advance. Turner, a veteran of two decades in the museum industry, envisions a 30,000-square-foot facility with numerous interactive exhibits, simulations and hands-on learning facilities. She began planning the facility more than a year and a half ago. "All of a sudden, that hits and the shaking starts," she said.
Topotek 1, B.I.G. Architects, Superflex – Superkilen – Arhitext Amplasament / Location: Norrebro, Copenhaga (Danemarca) / Copenhagen (Denmark) Design / Planning: 2007 Construcție / Construction: 2011 Suprafață / Size: 39.000 mp / sqm Client / Client: Realdania & the Community of Copenhagen Echipă / Team: TOPOTEK 1, B.I.G. Architects, Superflex Superkilen is a heterogenous site-collage in a dense, centrally located neighbourhood in Copenhagen. The strongly international quarter with a mix of different cultures is to be revitalized using open space as a physical framework. Where the historic Chinese garden features miniature rock formations of famous mountain ranges, the Japanese zen garden abstracts the sea into waves of gravel. The furnishing of Superkilen is developed from an international catalogue of urban design elements. The light advertisements from many countries on the red square are probably the most obvious markers of this cultural transfer.