Summer Programs

For 2017, the Museum will offer new types of summer programming centered on global cultures. In place of summer camp, there will be four Pre-K programs and four teen programs offered on Mondays and two all-ages workshops offered on Sundays in June and July, each exploring a different topic.   This change will allow us to provide more diverse programming and reach broader audiences.

Pre-K Programs

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Cost is $5 per child ($3 for MOA Friends) per program.
Pre-registration by calling 336.758.5282 or emailing moa@nullwfu.edu is required.

Mondays 10:00am – 11:00am
June 19 – Where We Live: Houses
June 26 – Where We Live: Environment
July 10 – Animals in African Art
July 17 – Animals in Arctic Art

Explore global cultures with your little one through stories, hands-on artifacts, and craft activities.


Teen Programs

2013-workshop-2-webxFor ages 12-18.  Cost is $25 per program ($20 for MOA Friends).
Pre-registration by calling 336.758.5282 or emailing moa@nullwfu.edu is required.

Mondays 1:00pm – 5:00pm
June 19 – Chinese New Year
June 26 – Day of the Dead
July 10 – Northwest Coast Potlatch
July 17 – Carnival

Teens will explore celebrations around the world through authentic artifacts and detailed art projects.


Cultures Up Close Workshops

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For all ages.
Pre-registration by calling 336.758.5282 or emailing moa@nullwfu.edu is required.

Sundays 2:00pm – 4:00pm
June 25 – Kuna Mola Collage
$15 per person ($10 for MOA Friends)
July 23 – World Textiles
$20 per person for 2’x3′ ($15 for MOA Friends), $10 per person for placemat size ($7 for MOA Friends)

Bring your family and friends to learn about traditional crafts and make your own examples.