Synopsis: Much of modern art is viewed in the present, in a sort of vacuum. But where did it really come from? Why were artists in the late 19th century and the early 20th century looking at, and borrowing from, what they deemed “Primitive Art”? What are the traditions that lay behind much of modern European and American art: Abstraction, Cubism, Color Field painting, Earth Art, and more?
Dr. McDonald will explore the ancient art that reverberated through the ages, down to us, with an emphasis on Pre-Columbian art (also called Ancient American or Pre-Hispanic Art) that inspired artists, especially Gauguin, Henry Moore, Paul Klee and others.
-Common medical bill errors
-How to dispute charges on medical bills
-What questions to ask your medical providers before and/or during service
-Options to deal with outstanding medical debt
1st Saturday of the month, 2–3:30pm
3rd Wednesday of the month, 4–5:30pm
In Maker Lab, you can join the maker movement with a variety of making and tinkering challenges. Children develop and build problem-solving and engineering skills as they explore different aspects of technology that include circuits and electronics, computer programming, robotics, microcontrollers, automation, and more.
This Session: Robot Challenges - Engineer machines that can build or do battle, as well as solve complex problems
- Conditioning Class
- Rock Wall
- Food Label Scavenger Hunt
- Spinning Off Calories
- Sumo Suit Wrestling
- Brain & balance exercises
- Exhibits to explore
- Live music by Entourage Jazz
- Coffee and food available for purchase
- And more!
Thank you, Adult Night Media sponsor, The Weekly Alibi.
Join percussionist and educator Daveed Korup for these exciting classes that use sound to explore a variety of topics. Sign up for one or more sessions!
January 19, 2019 SoundScapes: LET’S MAKE A STORM – Grades 1–5
Combine the magic of musical instruments made from found sound items and other recycled materials with body percussion to create a unique interactive experience, while learning about weather. Mimic the sounds of our world through vocalization, body percussion, and creating unique musical instruments.