Videos : Families
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Sensational India! honors PEM's longstanding relationship with India and features India's remarkable arts - visual art, dance and music. Ongoing art activities, gallery tours, storytelling and more.
Made possible in part by Samir and Nilima Desai; The Desai Family Foundation.
Ever since he became a PEM security guard in 1993, Jim Drago has used his own brand of humor to brighten the lives of PEM staff and guests. Maybe he will have a joke for you the next time you visit.
EIMA families and friends came together on October 3, 2010 for an afternoon of illusion and exploration in the Art and Nature Center's exhibition, Eye Spy, Playing with Perception. See the incredible animation video they created that day!
5th graders from Salem's Witchcraft Heights School report on Salem's history as a dynamic international trade port.
Cole is passionate about PEM. With his parents, this 18-month-old lover of art and culture makes new, lasting discoveries each time he visits.
Video directed and shot by Museum Action Corps (MAC) intern Susan Fuller.
PEM hosted "Down by the Sea!" at Dead Horse Beach in Salem in conjunction with the exhibition Trash Menagerie. More than 75 adults and kids helped environmental artist Kyle Browne create a giant sea turtle sculpture using found natural materials and beach debris. The July 11, 2009, event doubled as a beach cleanup - all the trash was later deposited in trash and recycling bins.
In 2004, PEM partnered with Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Project and hosted Sights and Sounds of the Silk Road, a series of performances and educational and cultural activities that connected the museum’s collections with other forms of creative response. This video was produced as a result of this initiative.