Get the Info!

Freebies, events, and updates by email

Making America’s Music

When

Date: 01/12/2014

Time: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm


Date: 01/05/2014

Time: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm


Date: 01/13/2014

Date: 01/27/2014

Where
Boston, Massachusetts, United States 02210 308 Congress St.

617-426-6500

http://www.BostonChildrensMuseum.org


Good for: Family


Description:
Visitors are invited to invent their own musical instruments using different materials in the Art ... Read More >>
Visitors are invited to invent their own musical instruments using different materials in the Art Studio.

Messy Mondays: January 13 & 27

Visiting Artist - Adam from Parts and Crafts – instrument making out of recycled materials, January 5, 11-4pm

Visiting Artist - Wendy Shapiro January 12, 11-4pm; Nature is reflected in every area of Wendy's work. The first of a seasonal workshop to continue through the year, consists of exploring WINTER and how we can find simple objects around us in the natural world and be creative! For example, tree branches broken from the fall of snow can be assembled and designed into 3Dsnowflakes. A little imagination goes a long way! Put on your individual touch with paint, yarn pipe cleaners and hang from the sky. Hide

More Events Like This:
 

Get driving directions »

Recently Posted Articles
Fun Outdoor Adventures in Massachusetts: Grab a paddle. Ride a bike. Take a hike. Plus find  >>
Orthodontic Treatments and Procedures: Why early intervention equals better dental health and a  >>
Garden Critters Craft: Decorate your garden with this ladybug and butterfly craft.  >>
Recycled Robot Craft: Kids will enjoy making this recycled robot craft!  >>
Updated Shops & Services
The Science Works and MAGIC, etc.: Through The Science Works, Steve provides STEM Based  >>
Big Joe the Storyteller: Looking for something fun and exciting for a birthday party, daycare,  >>
Peter O'Malley: Peter O'Malley is acclaimed as "a brand new species of one-man show" and is  >>
Mad Science of Greater Boston: Sparkling, Imaginative Learning! Mad Science of Greater Boston  >>