Movie Making: Lois Weber
Celebrate Women’s History Month by exploring the story of Lois Weber, a Pittsburgher who became America’s first female film director. See film highlights, re-create movie making techniques, and star in your own silent movie!
Hop into a fun exploration of the past as we play and explore together in this hands-on session designed for 2 – 5 year olds and their caregivers. Young kids will be transported back in time through music, dance, and games. These fun and lively sessions will be led by museum educators and music instructor Lynda Wingerd.
Hop Into History is free for kids five and under. Adults must pay regular museum admission, which is good all day.
Please register in advance because space is limited. Register online.
Please enter the name of each child as a separate guest (click ‘Add Child(ren)’) so that we can print name tags.
If you are a member, or join as a member so that you can attend the sessions, please enter the membership code: MEMBERHOP to receive the membership discount. You will be asked to present proof of your membership at check-in.