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Curious on Hudson: Da Vinci Creative Workshop (Grades K-2), Tuesday 4:00 PM

Curious on Hudson: Da Vinci Creative Workshop (Grades K-2), Tuesday 4:00 PM

Date(s) - Oct/17 - Nov/28
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

New Era Creative Space (NECS)

Da Vinci Creative Workshop (Grades K-2)
Tuesdays 4:00 – 5:00 PM, 6 Weeks (10/17, 10/24, 11/7, 11/14, 11/21, 11/28)
Cost $150 (3% admin fees will be added to online registration)
Limited scholarship available for Peekskill residents. please call 914-325-1053 for more information.

The ultimate combination of SCIENCE+ART, the Da Vinci Creative Workshop explores the intersection of design creativity, science and technology. Students examine the life of Leonardo Da Vinci, the scientist, inventor and artist and learn how he integrated this kind of integrated thinking in his life and work.

Students use Leonardo’s notebooks as inspiration and each week take a theme and draw out

an invention of their own in their Da Vinci-style notebooks. They then make a model of their own invention using new and repurposed materials. In this class every idea is given life as we examine Leonardo’s inventions and the ones that are still used today.

Please DOWNLOAD FORM, complete and mail with payment to New Era Creative Space (NECS), 1016 Brown Street, Peekskill NY 10566, or pay using the online form below. Online payments will be charged a 3% processing fee. To avoid fees, mail us a check.

Taught by Curious on Hudson Instructor

Curious-on-Hudson Instructors will

Present original projects that are engaging, fun and provide a positive environment for learning

Provoke ideas and overcome hesitation

Meet the needs of reluctant participants

Guide positive outcomes

Who We Are

Curious-On-Hudson offers engaging inquiry-based classes led by professionals in science, technology, engineering and the applied arts.  Our offerings include STEM and STEAM-based enrichment as classes and summer camps.  From out loft space on the banks of the Hudson River in Dobbs Ferry, NY, we are able to utilize our unique situation to develop engaging programming that explores the natural and built environment in a creative, hands-on exploratory way.  We offer programs at our location and at off-site locations based upon the needs of the communities we serve.  The key distinguishing factors of our organization is the belief that all children, regardless of background and means, possess a natural enthusiasm to explore and that by pairing highly passionate instructors with interesting and engaging curriculum, we can uncover the authentic interests of each participant in our programs. To learn more visit COH Website.


Bookings are closed for this event.