Gain new creative skills

Educator Evenings is our quarterly two-hour professional development workshop series designed for educators to add new skills to their creative toolkit to take back to the classroom. Projects are inspired by lessons from the Museum’s educational programs and adapted for adults. Registration is required and workshops have a limit of 15 participants. Light snacks will be provided.

For more information on our programs and offerings, please email

NOTE: Due to the Museum’s temporary closure, the Positivity Patches workshop is postponed until further notice. 

Workshop Fees

$20 per member | $25 per non-member 

Upcoming Workshops

Positivity Patches (POSTPONED)
April 21 | 4:30-6:30pm 

Be an advocate for positivity! Participants will use embroidery and fiber art techniques to create patches to attach to clothing or other surfaces. Workshops include basic instructions, a lesson plan and tips for teaching this project to your elementary school students.

Past Workshops

Paper Beads
Feb. 25, 2020

Educators learned techniques to make paper beads and used these newfound skills to create personalized wearable pieces. Workshops included basic instructions, a lesson plan and tips for teaching this project to elementary school students.

Masks Required

Masks are required for all guests (ages 2+) inside the Museum, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are not required in our outdoor spaces. Click here to read our full Safer Play Policy before visiting the Museum.