Film series Afronaut(a) is a chance for African American media artists to explore their identities and communities through experimental filmmaking.
Holy Family Academy invites freshman students to Build Their Own Desks, learning not only about making and building, but about teamwork, self-confidence and more.
Stackspace is a co-working space and community center focused on teaching anyone who is interested, no matter their age or experience, how to code.
Assemble and the Office of Child Development come together with kids to create LED jewelry with simple circuits.
STEAM-er Trunks pack up STEAM learning in a handy case to be used for programming at any of the Westmoreland County public libraries.
Students test Pittsburgh’s water and share their findings in neighborhood “lemonade stands” to inspire action on pollution.
The Dream Factory opens its doors to the public for a series of intensive summer camps for young students in the surrounding counties.
A media library and art project for the community of Arlington, where kids can go to learn about digital cameras and animation.
A summer camp for fourth graders that introduces them to the science and mechanics of photography.