Friday, June 26, 2020

#NMOAatHome Offers Virtual Music, Camp, Photography and More


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Jazz Sessions: An Evening of Jazz with Sheila Anderson

Friday, June 26, 7pm

Do you miss Jazz in the Garden? So do we! That’s why we are bringing it back in a virtual format. Join host Sheila Anderson and get swept away in the serenades of Dezron Douglas and Brandee Younger as they perform jazz favorites.

Click here to register. Will be available on Zoom only.

Registration Open for The Newark Museum of Art Virtual Camp

WHEN: 6 Weekly Sessions Starting July 6
TUITION: Members:
$45 per child, per week; General Public: $50 per child, per week

We're online this summer! Campers (ages 5 through 13+) will be able to participate in two (2) 45-minute LIVE Zoom classes per day led by your favorite Museum educators. Your child will learn, reconnect with friends, make new ones, and simply have fun from the comfort of home!

For More Information and to Register Visit Our Website

Online Course: Telling Your Story Through Documentary Photography

WHEN: July 6, July 9, July 13 and July 16; 11am - Noon
FEE: $55 Adults, $49 Members, Seniors and Students

Learn to build a narrative around  your photographs in this four-part online course led by photographer, curator, and educator Colleen Gutwein O’Neal. Documentary photography is deeply rooted in conveying a message to an audience through a meaningful series of images. Participants will explore how photography can be used as a tool for scientific development, social change, and community engagement. Each session will explore  photographic techniques through both historic and contemporary examples.

The course will include four one-hour zoom sessions and access to a closed Facebook Group for posting assignments, resources, and discussion.

Students need access to a camera or camera phone for this course

Register here

Limited free scholarship tickets are available for this class, contact Ryan Reedell for more information:

Ask an Astronomer: Human Space Flight

Tuesday, June 30, Noon

Colin Hutcheson talks about human spaceflight and the historic launch of SpaceX’s first crew

Click here to register for the Zoom session. Will also stream on Facebook Live.

Storytime Live with Pets
Hattie and the Fox by Mem Fox

Wednesday, July 1, 3pm

Hattie the Hen spots something in the bushes, but none of her friends seem to care in this charming classic by bestselling author Mem Fox. Join us for a live reading and visit from a real fox, courtesy of Eyes Of The Wild

Click here to register for the Zoom session. Will also stream on Facebook Live.

Happy Hour: Art, Culture & Spirits

Thursday, July 2, 6pm

Join Darryl Dwayne and Anna Muñiz in a casual meet up to celebrate and unwind. Each episode aims to be a conversation on art, culture, and spirits. We’ll start with a toast, mix a drink, tell museum stories, and focus on one of the works from the museum’s collection

To kick off the 4th of July weekend in style, this week’s featured cocktail is Vodka Infused Watermelon Lollipop.

Art Highlight: Dragon and Crystal Ball, by Ishiguro Koreyoshi

Click here to register for the Zoom session. Will also stream on Facebook Live.

Check out our website for a look at the full schedule of next week's events & activities!