NeuroKitchen is proud to partner with the Adler Planetarium for special community made art/science projects.
We Are Stardust:
"The atoms of our bodies are traceable to stars that manufactured them in their cores and exploded these enriched ingredients across our galaxy billions of years ago. We are not figuratively, but literally stardust.."
- Neil deGrasse Tyson
The Invisible Universe of Dark Matter:
Community created art installation representing the gravity which forms galaxies and holds them in space
Workshops for kids ages 5-12
Kids say, "Yay no school today!!"
Parents say, "Uhoh, I've got things to do."
Curiosity Club says, "Perfect! Jump into a curious mixture of discovery and play with us!"
Oct: Explorers & Indigenous People
Jan: New Beginnings
Art + Science Camp for inquisitive
kids ages 8-13
Mondays thru Thursdays
Online and offline projects 1:00-4:00
This summer our theme will be
Myths and Mysteries
We explore ideas using art and science and the kids create movies.
Do you want your kids to develop a life long love of learning? Do you want to encourage them to take initiative? Do you want your kids to practice compassion and cooperation? Do you wish your kids understood the joy of figuring out challenging stuff?
The Curiosity Club is designed to
nurture all these traits!
Examples of graduates include someone who built a computer from parts, someone who wrote and directed a show for the Rhino Fest and two who were assistant teachers in Curiosity Club.
Tell your kids they will have lots of fun, make discoveries, make messes, make movies, and make friends.
Do you want to make a movie? Do you like making new friends? Do you like to explore messy art and science?
Do you crave independence to express your ideas? Do you want to discover more about yourself and the world around you?
You can do all of those things
at the Curiosity Club!
Interesting fact about NeuroKitchen:
• It was co-founded by teenagers.
Interesting fact about Curiosity Club:
• It was named by an 8 year old
Interesting fact about Summer Camp:
• You will help create your experience
Tell your parents you will learn lots of important things like initiative, inquisitiveness, and integrity.
About the Curiosity Club
The Curiosity Club launched in 2011. Take a look at prior Curiosity Club workshops. The main idea is to cultivate curiosity as an essential ingredient for a life-long love of learning. In everything we do, kids are encouraged to take initiative, given the freedom to investigate independently, and work together to collaboratively enhance compassion.
Founder and teaching artist Anita Evans has been working with kids since she babysat for two-year old identical twins at the age of 12. Since then she's had lots of experience working with many kids, including kids with diagnosed behavioral and learning difficulties. In addition to working with elementary school kids, she has created theater performances with teens, and teaches preschool. She has a masters degree from Erikson Institute in Early Childhood Education with a focus on Social-Emotional Learning.