Burke 101 is a weekend program that puts you in touch with current exhibits and relevant topics by bringing University of Washington and Burke research into the museum gallery with UW students as your interpreters. Each quarter students learn content and teaching methods from Burke Museum staff. On weekends they bring changing presentations, hands-on collections, images, and other resources into the public galleries to give visitors the richest natural history museum experience possible. More than a behind-the-scenes look at the collections, this is your chance to learn about and discuss a wide range of issues and questions from biological evolution to contemporary Native American art.
Burke 101 in the Galleries
Burke 101 students will be in the galleries with hands-on activities every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am - 3 pm starting October 2012.
How Can I Get Involved?
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