2017 Everhart Museum on the Road


If you can’t visit the Everhart with your class, the Museum can come to you!

Everhart Museum on the Road! Offers a series of outreach programs inspired by our temporary and permanent exhibits lead by professional museum staff and guest educators.

The Museum on the Road program reflects the Museum’s growing interest in STEM to STEAM (http://stemtosteam.org/)

the RISD-led initiative to add Art and Design to the national agenda of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education and research in America. STEM + Art = STEAM. The goal is to foster the true innovation that comes with combining the mind of a scientist or technologist with that of an artist or designer.

Featured “On the Road” for January-June 2017: The Science of Superheroes

Type of Program: Assembly
Student Min/Max:

Grade Levels: K-6th 
By appointment

Time: 90-minute presentation
$600 – Schools within Lackawanna County;

$600 + mileage – Schools outside of Lackawanna County;
Free – schools who participate in our EITC program

Maximum number of assemblies per day: 2

Explore the realm of fantasy versus reality in this hands-on demonstration of how super powers can actually exist in real life!  Students will rotate through 5 stations over the course of the program studying the adaptation of animals, jet propulsion, the strength of engineered structures, how design can be influenced by creatures and forces of gravity.

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For more information on this program or other available opportunities, please contact the programs department at 570-346-7186 ext. 516

*Mileage fees added to costs of the program for districts outside of Lackawanna County. Discounts are negotiable for multiple day bookings. This program is supported by EITC. 

For additional information on Everhart Museum EITC programming or to register your group, please contact Stefanie Colarusso, Director of Interpretive Programs at programs@everhart-museum.org or call 570-346-7186 ext. 516.