connected learning

Start Date: 
22 Aug 2015
Hours: 
11:00AM-2:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
McCarren Playhouse, 776 Lorimer St, Brooklyn
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FREE WORKSHOP FOR TEENS

Ever wonder who the best rapper ever is? Who used the phrase 'On Fleek' first? Who 
rap's favorite basketball player is? Which sneaker is more hip-hop: Adidas or Nike?

The Rap Research Lab is a studio for teens to explore art, data visualization graphic 
design and the stats behind Beats, Rhymes & Life in a creative environment.

No previous art or technology experience needed!

SIGN-UP HERE!

LOCATION
McCarren Playhouse

Computer Resource Center

776 Lorimer St
Williamsburg
, Brooklyn, NY

Between Bayard & Driggs

Transportation: L - Metropolitan / G - Nassau

This workshop is an introduction to the FREE Rap Research Lab after-school program that begins September 17th at EYEBEAM.

 
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Art in Your SpaceA group of up to 15 City-As-School students will work with a teaching artist contracted by Eyebeam and Benjamin Cramer to create an interactive art installation in a business incubation space. This project will  introduce students to 21st century work environments while they learn valuable STEAM skills such as design, prototyping, physical computing, applied electronics, and fabrication. The potential end product can be a wall design, an extension of a piece of furniture, or integrated into the existing workspace  architecture. During this process, students will have the opportunity to not only interact with teaching artists to develop a product, but also gain exposure to various members of the incubation space to learn  about careers in entrepreneurship and technology. There will be an art-opening / unveiling to culminate this project.

 
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