Instructor: Maïté Agopian

A bit about me: With more than 15 years of experience as an educator and outreach specialist in cultural, artistic and scientific settings, Maïté is also a trained puppeteer, and a strong advocate for hands-on and place-based learning. She moved with her husband from Switzerland to Fairbanks in 2005, where they are raising their two children and enjoying the outdoors.

You can learn more about her at https://www.linkedin.com/in/maite-agopian-swiss-alaska/ or https://www.chakpuppetry.org/.

You can email her with any questions about the course at maite.agopian@alaska.edu.

Botanical Discovery Camp

Grades: 4-6

Dates and Times: July 25-29 (Week 7), 1-4pm - Registration is now closed

August 8-12 (Week 9), 1-4pm - 1 spot left as of 6/28

Location: Georgeson Botanical Garden

Cost: $195

Description: Explore the colors, shapes, and science of the plants at the Georgeson Botanical Garden. Develop a connection by interacting with the plants through small projects and hands-on discovery. This camp will finish with a small exhibit in the garden.


For information on how to register and to view all of the 2022 summer kids' camps, please visit our home page.