PHOTOSLAM: A Young Curators Multimedia Project

FREE SPRING BREAK PROGRAM at Portland Museum!

Photographs courtesy of Photo West Photography

We are working on finalizing the online exhibit created by these gifted and creative minds! For now, please enjoy this video (a fun side-project) designed, narrated, and edited by four of our Photoslam campers!

This program is made possible by a grant from Louisville Metro Government. The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to Portland Museum, Inc. with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.


iRead Summer Reading Camp

The Portland Museum's two-week summer iRead program develops the reading skills of children of all reading levels. Led by a trained reading instructor, who provides instruction geared to the child's individual abilities. Participants receive reading-level recommendations, one-on-one mentoring, supplimental educational activities and daily snacks in a supportive environment with friends.

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Who 

3rd - 5th grade students who want to improve their reading skills as well as students seeking extra practice to prevent the "summer slide" during summer break.

When

Session One: June 5-16, 2017, M-F 10am - 12pm

Session Two: June 19-30, 2017, M-F 10am - 12pm

where

Portland Museum, 2308 Portland Avenue 40212

cost

$25/2-week session. Scholarships are available

registration

To register, or for more information please call or email Teresa Lee

502-776-7678 or tlee@iglou.com

This program is made possible by a grant from Louisville Metro Government. The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to Portland Museum, Inc. with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.


Young Curators Preservation Camp

Young Preservationists will work with archaeologists, artists, conservationists, restoration carpenters, and museum staff to explore the preservation and restoration of the 1819 timber-framed Squire Earick House. Participants will learn preservation techniques and processes that are being used to study, understand, and restore this important part of Louisville's history. 

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Who

Students Grade 5th-9th who are interested in historic preservation methods and techniques

when

Session One: June 26-30, 2017, M-F 10:30am - 3:00pm

Session Two: July 10-14, 2017, M-F 10:30am - 3:00pm

where

Historic Squire Earick House, 719 North 34th Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40212

Cost

$150/week. Scholarships are available

Registration

To register, or for more information please call or email Teresa Lee 

502-776-7678 or tlee@iglou.com

Registration Deadlines

Session One - June 19, 2017

Session Two - July 3, 2017