The Clinton Center took Head of the Class Bash to Pine Bluff to support B.R.A.V.E.’s Project Fresh Start event with backpacks and school supplies for students. The Clinton Center also brought dental and health screenings, as well as healthy cooking demonstrations.
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Movie Screening
October 4, 5, & 6, 2017 • 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
In conjunction with the Clinton Center's current temporary exhibit, Mandela: The Journey to Ubuntu, we will host FREE movie screenings of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom for students. Tours of the exhibit will be available following the screening. Please note, this movie is rated PG-13. Please ensure appropriate permissions are made before attending the screening.
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Join us at the Clinton Center for Letters from Anne and Martin, a performance that combines the iconic voices of Anne Frank and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Developed from excerpts from The Diary of Anne Frank and Dr. King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” this program evokes the important messages from these legendary figures as they write of their hopes and plans for a peaceful and unified world. Following the presentation, staff of the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect will facilitate a discussion.
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The Clinton Center’s outdoor installation, The Anne Frank Tree, provides a unique opportunity for students of all ages to learn more about the ongoing struggle for social justice and human rights. On January 31, 2018, on the Jewish holiday Tu BiShvat, which means “New Year for Trees,” Holocaust survivor Mrs. Irene Butter will lead two educational programs. Butter was born in Berlin and grew up as a Jewish child in Nazi-occupied Europe. A survivor of two concentration camps, she came to the United States in 1945. Since the late 1980s, she has been teaching students about the Holocaust and the lessons she learned during those traumatic years. She continues to travel the country and speak about the Holocaust and her upcoming memoir, Seize the Sky, which will further detail her journey.
The seventh annual Curbside Couture, Arkansas’s largest “green” fashion show, will feature recycled and up cycled designs. Third-Twelfth grade students are invited to apply their creativity and technical skills to create wearable designs made of recycled material. Students will have the opportunity to attend a mentoring session with acclaimed fashion designers, including Korto Momolu, who was first runner-up in Project Runway’s fifth season, and the Clinton Center’s own Connie Fails. To register, please visit www.clintonfoundation.org/curbsidecouture. For more information about the event, please contact Connie Failsat 501-748-0405 or [email protected].
The Clinton Center welcomes families to enjoy free activities on Saturdays. This summer, we will offer fun and educational musically-inspired programming aligned with our summer temporary exhibit Louder Than Words - Rock, Power, and Politics. Super Summer Saturday activities are free, but regular admission fees to tour the permanent and temporary exhibits apply. Additional program details will be announced.
The culinary staff of Forty Two and the staff of the Educational Programs Department lead this unique week-long summer day camp. Over the progression of four years, student chefs learn proper culinary techniques, discuss nutritional information, visit local farms, and much more. Students participate in exciting food challenges throughout the week and conclude by preparing and executing a special reception to reveal their new culinary skills to family members and guests. One week camp fees are $300 for Clinton Presidential Center members and $350 for non-members. At graduation, students earn essential culinary supplies. Space and need-based scholarship opportunities are limited. Please monitor www.clintonfoundation.org/culinarycamp for updates and registration.