Due to construction, Museum parking may be limited at the time of your visit. Look for additional parking in free or metered spaces along nearby streets.

Early Childhood Education Roundtable

Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative in-person roundtables which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Meetings in the Museum allow a different exhibition to become the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. It is a time for uncommon conversations.

Please register for the ECE Roundtable. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, Program Manager, Truckee River Child Development Center.

Nevada Registry approved (1.5 hours for completing the Educator Evening and ECE Roundtable) or CEU credit hours are available.

Early Childhood Education Roundtable

Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative in-person roundtables which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Meetings in the Museum allow a different exhibition to become the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. It is a time for uncommon conversations.

Please register for the ECE Roundtable. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, Program Manager, Truckee River Child Development Center.

Nevada Registry approved (1.5 hours for completing the Educator Evening and ECE Roundtable) or CEU credit hours are available.

Early Childhood Education Roundtable

Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative in-person roundtables which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Meetings in the Museum allow a different exhibition to become the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. It is a time for uncommon conversations.

Please register for the ECE Roundtable. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, Program Manager, Truckee River Child Development Center.

Nevada Registry approved (1.5 hours for completing the Educator Evening and ECE Roundtable) or CEU credit hours are available.

Early Childhood Education Roundtable

Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative in-person roundtables which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Meetings in the Museum allow a different exhibition to become the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. It is a time for uncommon conversations.

Please register for the ECE Roundtable. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, Program Manager, Truckee River Child Development Center.

Nevada Registry approved (1.5 hours for completing the Educator Evening and ECE Roundtable) or CEU credit hours are available.

Early Childhood Education Roundtable

Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative in-person roundtables which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Meetings in the Museum allow a different exhibition to become the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. It is a time for uncommon conversations.

Please register for the ECE Roundtable. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, Program Manager, Truckee River Child Development Center.

Nevada Registry approved (1.5 hours for completing the Educator Evening and ECE Roundtable) or CEU credit hours are available.

Early Childhood Education Roundtable

Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative in-person roundtables which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Meetings in the Museum allow a different exhibition to become the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. It is a time for uncommon conversations.

Please register for the ECE Roundtable. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, Program Manager, Truckee River Child Development Center.

Nevada Registry approved (1.5 hours for completing the Educator Evening and ECE Roundtable) or CEU credit hours are available.

Early Childhood Education Roundtable

Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative in-person roundtables which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Meetings in the Museum allow a different exhibition to become the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. It is a time for uncommon conversations.

Please register for the ECE Roundtable. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, Program Manager, Truckee River Child Development Center.

Nevada Registry approved (1.5 hours for completing the Educator Evening and ECE Roundtable) or CEU credit hours are available.

Early Childhood Education Roundtable

Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative in-person roundtables which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Meetings in the Museum allow a different exhibition to become the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. It is a time for uncommon conversations.

Please register for the ECE Roundtable. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, Program Manager, Truckee River Child Development Center.

Nevada Registry approved (1.5 hours for completing the Educator Evening and ECE Roundtable) or CEU credit hours are available.

A Graphic Update on Draplin Design Company from Aaron Draplin

Aaron Draplin is a popular logo and brand designer, and the man behind Draplin Design Co (DDC). His clients have included Nike, Apple, and former President Barack Obama. Draplin will talk about his graphic design practice, logo design, and how he’s been able to attract big clients by working on fun projects for his own brand.

Photo of Aaron Draplin by Samson Hatae

 

Turning Pages Book Club: Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier

Join Museum volunteer docents for a discussion that connects the book Remarkable Creatures: A Novel by Tracy Chevalier with the exhibition Deep Time: Sea Dragons of Nevada on view in the Museum. Following a group discussion, participants can enjoy a guided tour exploring correlations between the book and the exhibitions.
 
Arrive early to place a lunch order with the Café! Space is limited and advance registration is recommended. Book available for purchase through the Museum Store.