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Virtual Field Trips
ArtFest Online 2020
Adult Education Courses
Stay at home but stayed engaged with Your Museum. See behind-the-scenes videos and virtual tours of our remarkable exhibitions. Enjoy story time with your favorite pre-schooler. Visit an online exhibition or follow us on Facebook or Twitter for fascinating information about our collections, as well as Pompeii and Mount St. Helens. New content added regularly. Find all of our online programs.
In this interactive hands-on workshop, Spokane artist Nicholas Sironka leads students in an introduction to the origin of Batik art (the alternating application of hot wax and cold-water dyes on fabric) and how to apply this technique to creating art. Appropriate for all ages. Get the details and register!
Virtual summer camps for 2nd - 5th graders.Get Messy, Blow Your Top or Make a Good Impression with the MAC’s one-day camps. Fun and creative outdoor activities that campers can enjoy in their own backyards. Or sign-up for one of our week-long camps where kids will have Nature-Made adventures or explore Black Cauldrons and Ruby Slippers.
Camp-at-home kits include video links and step-by-step instructions designed to be easily followed by kids plus all the materials they'll need. Museum members get 10% off. Learn more about MAC camps.
Weekly on the Museum Lawn
Tuesdays starting July 21, 1:30-2:30 pm
Saturdays starting July 25, 10:30-11:30 am
Weekly Webinar Series
Webinar #1: Healthy Breathing July 22-28
Webinar #2: Yoga Wellness July 29-Aug 4
Webinar #3: A Strong Core Aug 5-11
Webinar #4: Pilates for Vitality Aug 12-18
With Governor Inslee’s recent extension of the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, the MAC will remain closed. The four-phase reopening plan the Governor released on May 4 includes museums in Phase 3 with the earliest possible start date sometime after July 1. The MAC has been working on a detailed reopening plan to ensure the safety of visitors and employees when that time comes. Our team is thinking through every step of the visitor experience from encouraging online ticket sales to managing the flow of people in the galleries to allow for generous social distancing; from offering special hours for seniors and those with underlying medical conditions to a strict regimen of cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces. We will share the details of the plan when our reopening date is confirmed.
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