We also rent our space to small business owners, associations and community organizations for $15 an hour, up to 3 hours. These events must be scheduled a week in advance, and may have limitations. Call for more information, as most events are unique.
We support several community organizations. They are close to our heart.
Smithsonian Kids: Resources for children from across the Smithsonian Institution, including access to each museum’s webpage. A separate educator page hosts activities and a forum. www.si.edu/Kids. NGAKids: The National Gallery of Art’s webpage offers resources, games, and interactive art projects. Children can download images from the collection search page. www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/education/kids.html. Exploratorium: Resources for children include virtual science labs. Educator resources include Tools for Teaching and Learning. www.exploratorium.edu. MoMA: The Museum of Modern Art offers a MOMA Learning section (www.moma.org/learn/kids_families/index) with classroom resources and an online search of the collection. Children ages 5 to 8 can explore works of art, artists, and their techniques at the interactive Destination Modern Art (www.moma.org/interactives/destination/#). British Museum: Among the many online offerings is Teaching History With 100 Objects (www.teachinghistory100.org), which includes information and teaching ideas.