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Young Professional DJ (YPDJ) is a weeklong professional mentor program for High School and Middle School students. Local professional DJs including Musa Starseed will provide students with proper hands-on experience of how to develop the skill of DJing and the knowledge of how to make it a successful business. At the end of the workshop, you'll spin a show from the Museum's rooftop! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oYvKuagdP4 March 22 - 1-3pm - EQUIPMENT - Students will be able to properly set up, break…Find out more »
Get creative and dream up your own superheroes and fantasy creatures. Tell the stories of the crazy adventures they go on in your very own comic book! You’ll work with real comic book illustrators and writers and leave with a masterpiece to take home. Pop Culture Classroom (the same one that brings you Denver Pop Culture Con, formerly Denver Comic Con) is coming from Denver to take kids in Boulder on this unique adventure. June 14-18 9AM-3PM, $285. Morning-only also…Find out more »
In collaboration with Code Ninjas in Louisville, we want to teach your child the basics of programming with Scratch where they can use their imagination to tell a story or create a video game. June 21-25 9am-3pm Ages 7-10 $285. Full and partial scholarships available for SNAP Card users. Email for a discount code to register with a SNAP Card. Registration opens February. Members-only pre-sale open from the end of January through the beginning of February. Sign up for Muse…Find out more »
Make a board game of your very own to take home. We’ll play lots of games during the week and try out each other’s games! Pop Culture Classroom (the same one that brings you Denver Pop Culture Con, formerly Denver Comic Con) is coming from Denver to take kids in Boulder on this unique adventure. July 19-23 9AM-3PM, $285. Morning-only also optional, 9AM-noon, $225 Ages 9-12 Full and partial scholarships available for SNAP Card users. Email for a discount code…Find out more »
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Kids and Families
The museum is always alive with new activities for kids and families! Excite curious minds with a visit to the Google Garage — come again and again for creative tinkering, there’s always something new! Keep an eye out for events for the family, below. Join our newsletter to stay informed.
trunks and costume rentals
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Plains Indians Trunk
Explore the lives of the Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes with touchable artifacts, books, games and more, all ready to travel to your classroom. Show your class how to erect a tipi, use real tools and instruments, and explore some of the local natural resources essential to the lives of the Arapaho and Cheyenne people.
$15/week + $25 refundable deposit
City in a Suitcase
Explore the lives of people from Boulder’s Sister Cities with hundreds of Museum-quality objects and teacher resources. Trunks are great tools for teaching many subjects, and have been used in art, language arts, geography, Spanish and history classes. $15/week + $25 refundable deposit
- Dushanbe, Tajikistan Sister City Trunk
- Mante, Mexico Sister City Trunk
- Yateras, Cuba Sister City Trunk
- Lhasa, Tibet Sister City Trunk
Period clothing and prop rental
Find the perfect costume for your performance! Great resource for National History Day or historical plays.
$10/item/week + $10/item refundable deposit