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Watch as glass artist Sarah Michalick wow's the crowd during a live glass blowing demonstration at The Works. Demonstrations occur daily at The Works and are included in the cost of admission. ... LEARN MORE >
Learn about summer programs and camps at The Works and opportunities for hands-on learning and discovery every day! ... LEARN MORE >
Now is a great time to become a new member of renew an existing membership to The Works. With new membership options, more benefits, and the same affordable rates, purchasing a membership that fits your needs is easy. ... LEARN MORE >
We constantly ask ourselves, "What's that one thing that could spark an interest in a STEM career for our kids?" As a community, we must aim to realize the pull potential in our children, and that starts with exposing them to a variety of opportunities in their backyard. One opportunity is coming up during STEMfest! at The Works. ... LEARN MORE >
Licking County has been home to many historic people and businesses that many, even lifelong residents, have never discovered or learned much about. To help spread the word about the county's rich history, The Works has created "Licking County Legacies." ... LEARN MORE >
The Works was so crowded Saturday night that the doors were propped open to let cool air in - a welcome change from the frigid temperatures of late. Saturday marked the 9th annual Cocktails by the Fire fundraiser. The event, which features drinks, food, art, music, and local wares, raises money for The Works' glassblowing studio. ... LEARN MORE >
Glass bottles, scrap cloths, sporks from the lunchroom, and forgotten children's meal toys. All of those are items that, once used, would find their way into a trash can, but The Works has found a way to give them new meaning. ... LEARN MORE >
Todd Camp knows that creating museum-worthy art is so easy that a 5-year-old can do it. Camp helped his son, Tosh, make a sculpture...Tosh will be the youngest exhibitor - but not the only child - involved in "From Ditch to Dazzling" a show of recycled art... ... LEARN MORE >
In its fourth year, STEMfest! has become the flagship STEM program at The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology. Growing from a less than fifty participants in 2011 to more than 200 participating middle and high school students in 2013, the program’s momentum continues to grow in 2014. ... LEARN MORE >
For 10-year-old Marshall Lehman, spending a Saturday at The Ohio State University - Newark with completely challenging brain games was a good use of a day. Marshall was one of 100 Licking County students participating in a 4-session program called Kids Tech University. ... LEARN MORE >