Artifacts allow historians to study the development of technologies that changed the lives of Americans forever. A new learning model at Bayou Bend focuses on these innovations in transportation, industry, and health and hygiene.

In this workshop at Bayou Bend, educators explore the model and discover how to incorporate STEAM learning objectives into close-looking at objects and other primary-source materials.

This workshop provides 3.5 continuing-education credit hours. Registration is $10.

The event originally scheduled for Saturday, February 10, is canceled. Questions? Contact bayoubend@mfah.org


Education programs at Bayou Bend receive generous funding from Houston Junior Woman's Club; Susie and Mel Glasscock; Mr. William J. Hill; Sharon G. Dies; the Susan Vaughan Foundation; The Americana Foundation; Estate of Evelyn Houstoun Chew; Mrs. Nancy Glanville Jewell; Mrs. Denise D. Monteleone; and Pat and Dee Osborne.

The education programs also receive endowment income from funds provided by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ballard and Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Tate.