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Tue 19

Summer Camp – Video Game Developer!

June 18 - June 22

Video Game Developer (ages 7 – 10) June 18 – June 22 Family Plus or Premium Members $150  |  Non-Members $175 Spend the week with Appalachian Game Creators Association to develop, program, code and play your very own video game! Registration…More

Tue 19

Summer Camp – Robot Basics!

June 18 - June 22

VEX IQ Robotics Academy: Robot Basics 1 (ages 9 – 14) June 18 – June 22 Family Plus or Premium Members $175  |  Non-Members $200 Construct and program VEX IQ Robots to complete tasks and overcome obstacles. VEX Skill Builder…More

Wed 20

Special Summer Fun! 11AM, 1PM, & 3PM

June 20 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

11am     My Town Theater Games – Gather in My Town Theater to hone your acting skills 1pm      Animal Language Match Game – Did you know that animals communicate?  Test your animal language skills in this fun matching…More

Wed 20

Dance FestivALL

June 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Dance FestivALL, formerly the Dance Gala, is an annual performance featuring national and local talent sharing the same stage. This year, guest artist Jamal Story will not only perform, but he will also teach and set a collaborative piece on three…More

Thu 21

Tiny Tales: South Korean Folktale – Rabbits Judgement

June 21 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Some of our smallest visitors can enjoy this story and craft time every week! Stories at 11 am & 1 pm.  Tiny Tales Story Time is free with the cost of Clay Center museum admission. Craft: Color a Korean-style Tiger

Professional Development

Discover the many professional development opportunities the Clay Center offers educators. These programs will help enrich the curriculum of any classroom by providing unique hands-on experiences for teachers and students. To register for these exciting opportunities, email Kayte at kkincaid@theclaycenter.org.

Kennedy Center Partners in Education

The Clay Center and Kanawha County Schools have partnered with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in Washington, D.C. as part of the Partners in Education program. The primary purpose of our partnership is to provide professional learning in the arts for teachers. The Partners in Education program is based on the belief that teachers’ professional learning is an essential component of any effort designed to increase the artistic literacy of young people.

This program was awarded the Association of Performing Arts Presenters’ Dawson Award, which recognizes innovative and successful projects.

Find out more about the Kennedy Center Partners in Education Program here.