Virtual Classroom Series

The Virtual Classroom Series teaches the intersection of history, food and art through the lens of the Everhart Museum permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. The classes are multi-generational and most activities can be done with children as young as kindergarten. Use this as a way to connect with one another to learn about culture, collaborate, create art and have fun!

At the end of the week, join museum staff for a live chat via Google Meet to ask questions or share your creations! Our virtual classroom presenters are: Sarah Sutton, Everhart Museum Manager of Educational Programs, Chef James Bolus and author/illustrator Lindsay Barrett George.

Session 1: Twining’s Herbarium
Part 1, 2 & 3 can be viewed below!
Live chat via Google Meet
May 22nd @ 12:30 pm
Register Here!

Session 2: Small Table and Rug
Debuting June 8th

Session 3: Butterflies in Nature and Art
Debuting June 29th

Instructional videos, a detailed step-by-step and live chat registration links will be posted below on the week of each session. 

Session 1: Twining’s Herbarium

Video 1- Overview of Twining’s Herbarium with Manager of Educational Programs, Sarah Sutton.

Video 2- Foraging and Food Prep with Chef James Bolus

Video 3- Nature Journal with Artist Lindsay Barrett George

Click her for a full lesson plan- Twining’s Herbarium

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Every dollar raised will be used to support virtual programs offered and care for the collection.