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Educators' Evenings are working receptions. Activities include a catered reception, an introduction to the exhibition by curators and educators, curriculum materials and demonstrations, and resources to support field trips with students.

These programs are free to educators, but they require pre-registration.

Past Offerings

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Dark Universe Educators' Evening

January 24, 2014 - January 24, 2013

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Join us for an evening celebrating our new Space Show Dark Universe. The evening will provide an opportunity for teachers to view the show, hear from the curator, network with other educators, and gather resources to use with students.

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The Power of Poison Educators' Evening

November 22, 2013

Join us for an evening celebrating the latest exhibition The Power of Poison. The evening will provide an opportunity for teachers to view the exhibition, hear from the curators who worked on the exhibit, network with other educators, and gather resources on how to use the exhibit with their students.

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Whales: Giants of the Deep Educators' Evening

October 4, 2013

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED Join us for an evening celebrating the latest exhibition Whales: Giants of the Deep. The evening will provide an opportunity for teachers to view the exhibition, hear from the curators who worked on the exhibit, network with other educators, and gather resources on how to use the exhibit with their students.

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An evening with Carl Safina

May 2, 2013

Join us for a special evening with renowned conservationist, Dr. Carl Safina and engage in a conversation around ocean ethics. Dr. Safina will discuss how the future of living nature and the durability of human dignity are increasingly intertwined.

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Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture Educators' Evening

December 7, 2012

Join us for an evening celebrating the latest exhibition Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture. The evening will provide an opportunity for teachers to view the exhibition, hear from the curators who worked on the exhibit, network with other educators, and gather resources on how to use the exhibit with their students.

American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, NY 10024-5192
Phone: 212-769-5100

Open daily from 10 am - 5:45 pm
except on Thanksgiving and Christmas
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