Museum Educator Melanie LaBorwit shows how you can easily (Super Easily!) explore making block prints to make greeting cards, artworks and more using simple materials you likely have around the house.
Join New Mexico History Museum Educator, Melanie LaBorwit in upcycling an old t-shirt to make a brand new tote bag…with a bonus tip too.
This month’s Making History activity is a nod to the spirit of the exhibit “Voices of the Counterculture in the Southwest” which was hosted by the New Mexico History Museum in 2017 & 2018 and is now available to experience in an online experience. Making History is a Monthly series, which is held on the first Sunday of each month at the New Mexico History Museum. visit us online at: nmhistorymuseum.org on facebook: @NewMexicoHistoryMuseum
Making History is the New Mexico History Museum’s monthly series of hands-on activities that further illuminates the Museum’s collections as well as New Mexico’s heritage of historic technologies and crafts. The Making History Program is family friendly and open to everyone.
With the Museum being closed due to the COVID-19 mitigation efforts, this month’s Making History Program has gone online in two parts.
Join museum Educator Melanie LaBorwit as she demonstrates how to make pots for your seedlings using a newspaper in Part 1, and in Part 2, Melanie will show you how to give nourishment to your feathered neighbors by making a bird feeder from an orange and some twine.
Enjoy these activites to enhance your garden and check back next month for a new making opportunity.