The DoSeum is San Antonio's only museum just for children where kids learn by doing, creating and tinkering, instead of just looking and listening.
Located in Innovation Station, Maker Workshops are drop-in programs open to children ages 6-11. The Innovation Workshop can accommodate 16 students. These programs are aligned to Maker-Centered Learning pedagogy and best practices.
Program Cost: $100
Introduce students to water pollution and solutions to combat it. Connections are made between scientific study of water, the water cycle, and human needs.
Located in Innovation Station, Little Maker Workshops are drop-in programs that are designed specifically for guests 1-5 years of age.
The workshop programs are aligned to Maker-Centered Learning pedagogy and best practices.
Tips for making your visit as enjoyable as possible:
Join us for a fall filled with special workshops where guests will be able to work and interact with the 2018 Artist-in- Residence Calder Kamin and Gregorio Mannino.
1st Session: 11am - 12pm
2nd Session: 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Humans transformed nature to make our lives more convenient, only to leave a massive mess for the next generation. What are the steps to solve this crisis?
DoSeum Artist-in-Residence, Calder Kamin encourages early education on plastic pollution to change the culture creating a plastic problem. Learn from Calder on zero-waste tips for kids and the family. Create a plastic planet floral conversation piece with Calder and share how you will reduce your use of plastics!
Resident Artists Calder Kamin and Gregorio Mannino have brought the future to life with their installations in our newest exhibition, Dream Tomorrow Today. From Calder’s plastic flowers of the Time Machine Tunnel to Gregorio’s inspirational space in the Design Lab, our Artists-in-Residence have shared their vision of the future. Now, join us for a series of special workshops to meet the artists and create your own vision. Learn ways to promote alternative futures where plastics are recycled and upcycled into art with Calder Kamin, featuring her Neocortex Classroom. Bring your ideas to Gregorio Mannino’s white canvas space to make your own original collage.
It’s time to see, do, and be the future!
Educators, join us to gain an understanding of the Maker Framework and how to incorporate into project-based learning for the classroom, afterschool program, library space or TAG initiatives.
Hay there! This fall, give your October an autumnal twist at The DoSeum’s ReDo: Fall Fest! Don your favorite scarf or go all out with your most creative Halloween costume. Get ready to cozy up for a nostalgic evening of classic carnival games and fall-themed food, drinks, and activities. Relive sweet sepia-toned nights of autumns past as you stroll through hay bales, compete in a costume contest, and more! At ReDo: Fall Fest, you can leaf your worries behind and get ready to fall back into fun!
*Costume Dress Code: Come dressed up in your clever Halloween costume or as your favorite fall staple. Please no masks, weapons, or weapon like props. You can also dress casual and comfortable because there is lots to do. High heels are discouraged.
General Ticket: $35
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Take a break from the chaos of everyday life and enjoy an afternoon of quality time with new opportunities and accommodations specialized to support your family's needs. It is our mission to serve as a place where every child can play & learn—empowering them to excel beyond the ordinary and achieve the extraordinary.
Presented by: Wave Healthcare
Investigate the connections between STEM and Literacy. Teachers will experience hands-on learning models that bridge STEM and literacy.
DoSeum Artist-in-Residence, Gregorio Mannino created The Design Lab within Dream Tomorrow Today. He presents us with an expansive white space covered with collectible plush toys and everyday objects familiar, and yet transformed through a uniform coat of paint. Come explore design, knolling, story-telling, and choosing just the right spot to glue down your chosen collage components.
DoSeum Artist-in-Residence, Calder Kamin, will debut a video work of art containing messages from current and former youth activists on how kids can be advocates for the city and environment. Calder will guide visitors through Dream Tomorrow Today’s time tunnel and values. Participants will collage an image of their vision for the future, which will be shared in the Dream Tomorrow Today Future Citizen’s Guide.
DoSeum Artist-in-Residence, Gregorio Mannino created The Design Lab within Dream Tomorrow Today. He presents us with an expansive white space covered with collectible plush toys and everyday objects familiar, and yet transformed through a uniform coat of paint. Come explore design, knolling, story-telling, and choosing just the right spot to glue down your chosen collage components. In this version multiple layers along with 3D components will be encouraged.