The Incredible Solar System by Liliana, age 7: Dawn of Discovery student challenge extended to 8/31/20

Las Cruces Space Festival Art Show, Dawn of Discovery Student Challenge

The Incredible Solar System by Liliana, age 7

DAAC is collaborating with the Las Cruces Space Festival on the “Dawn of Discovery” art show, a multi-media exhibit featuring international and local artists portraying the beauty of the Universe and the excitement of space exploration with sculptures, paintings, astrophotography, and much more. The online gallery features over 70 images of artwork created by 43 artists and will be available until the Fall of 2020.  DAAC invites grades 3 through 12 students to choose their favorite image and write a short response to the artist, telling them what they appreciate about the work.  DAAC will also accept space-themed artwork from students to be displayed on the Las Cruces Space Festival website as well as the DAAC website.  Students may submit responses and art until August 31, 2020.  All responses should be sent to manager@daarts.org.  Additional information may be found at https://lcspacefestival.com/gallery/.

2020-08-04T15:04:01-07:00

Opera Storytellers Camp is cancelled for 2020

Update as of June 2, 2020

Due to recent guidance from Governor Lujan Grisham for summer camps, a student-teacher ratio of 5:1 and maintenance of social distancing, we have regretfully cancelled Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) , Opera Storytellers Camp, and Career Art Path (CAP).  We will continue to publish  on-line art activities for students and their families throughout the summer, and we look forward to offering all of our camps in 2021.

Playdate

It’s not the same in-person experience, but Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) is offering a free on-line program titled Playdate. It is a fun, interactive, set of daily activities based on their one-week International Tour Program.  Students learn lines, build props, sing songs, create costumes, and perform with their families. All with simple steps and MCT’s professional guidance, they have video tutorials and all the materials you need, including downloadable music, for your use.  Families can create MCT magic in their very own home! MCT asks for a $5-$10 donation, if that is doable for your family.  https://mctinc.org/childrens-theatre-in-missoula-2/mcts-playdate/

2020-06-19T16:04:06-07:00

Missoula Children’s Theatre is cancelled for 2020

Update as of June 2, 2020

Due to recent guidance from Governor Lujan Grisham for summer camps, a student-teacher ratio of 5:1 and maintenance of social distancing, we have regretfully cancelled Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) , Opera Storytellers Camp, and Career Art Path (CAP).  We will continue to publish  on-line art activities for students and their families throughout the summer, and we look forward to offering all camps in 2021.

Playdate

It’s not the same in-person experience, but Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) is offering a free on-line program titled Playdate. It is a fun, interactive, set of daily activities based on their one-week International Tour Program.  Students learn lines, build props, sing songs, create costumes, and perform with their families. All with simple steps and MCT’s professional guidance, they have video tutorials and all the materials you need, including downloadable music, for your use.  Families can create MCT magic in their very own home! MCT asks for a $5-$10 donation, if that is doable for your family.  https://mctinc.org/childrens-theatre-in-missoula-2/mcts-playdate/

2020-06-19T16:09:27-07:00
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