Recycling and Adaptive Reuse of Existing Structures

Recycling and Adaptive Reuse of Existing Structures

Recycling and Adaptive Reuse of Existing Structures   1846 Courthouse to Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center   Recycling and repurposing reduces construction costs and showcases the buildings aesthetics and cultural distinction.  The rehabilitated structure...
Nano Day

Nano Day

Nano Days! It’s time for “Nano Day” at the Children’s Museum! “Nano.” You’ve heard it before, but what does it even mean? Nano means “one billionth.” We are talking about how things work that are 1 billion times smaller than a meter –smaller-than-microscopic...
Walk Your Art Out – A Portsmouth Public Art Scavenger Hunt

Walk Your Art Out – A Portsmouth Public Art Scavenger Hunt

Walk Your Art Out – A Portsmouth Public Art Scavenger Hunt Use this form to track your art finds along the scavenger hunt. Include a note to show us you were there. It could be something about the location or about something you find on the art itself. Bring your...
George Grant Art Activity: Golf Ball Painting

George Grant Art Activity: Golf Ball Painting

George Grant Art Activity: Golf Ball Painting Ages 5+years, adult assistance required The next time you reach into your pocket or the zippered lining of your golf bag for a wooden tee, think of Dr. George F. Grant, an African American dentist from Boston. He was born...
Garrett Morgan Art Activity: Traffic Lights

Garrett Morgan Art Activity: Traffic Lights

Garrett Morgan Art Activity: Traffic Lights Ages 3+years, adult assistance required Garrett Morgan was born in Paris, Kentucky, on March 4, 1877, and was the seventh of 11 children. He invented the three position traffic signal. After witnessing an accident on a...
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