Month: July 2016

What’s That Sound The Octobass

By Beth Dolinar We at Luminari love music of all kinds: folk, symphony, hip hop, jazz, blues, country, marches, gospel, rock and roll—we enjoy all of it. Because our mission is to broaden minds and promote innovation, we think it’s

The Colors of Diplomacy

By Beth Dolinar When I reflect back on the three days Luminari’s “I Want to be an Ambassador” camp spent in Washington, D.C. , I see colors—the bright colors of culture and diplomacy and learning and fun. It was a

Camp Delicious on PGH Today LIVE!

Nutrition consultant and Camp Director Leslie Bonci, Camp Chef Lisa Silberg and teen participant Gabriella Regalado Lluberes talk about Camp Delicious! and getting kids active in the kitchen this summer on Pittsburgh Today Live!

Teen Ambassadors: In Their Own Words

By Molly Potts On the first day of camp, when I walked into the Heinz History Center, I was nervous, and I did not know what to expect. Coming out of camp now, I do not feel like I have

The World Is Our Research Lab

By Gina Catanzarite, Teen Writer! Director I suppose kids who go to summer sleep-away camp – the kind with tents and hikes and campfires and cabin mates – come home exhausted, but in a good way. Fresh air, lively activity,