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Coming in late March: Henny Penny Art Space & Cafe, Savannah

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Henny Penny Cafe Savannah Art Space Cafe

The much-loved Foxy Loxy Cafe & Scribble Art Studio invite you to join them in welcoming the newest member of their Savannah family: Henny Penny Art Space and Cafe.

Henny Penny will open in late March 2017.

Combining the best traits of both locally-owned businesses, Henny Penny offers renowned Savannah-roasted Perc coffee and delicious house-made pastries paired perfectly with the time and kid-friendly space to be creative.

Stop in for coffee and treats, then spend some quality time in the art studio connecting with your favorite person, big or small. Nestled just blocks from Forsyth Park, Henny Penny Art Space and Cafe also provides custom-designed arts and crafts kits for all ages, workshops, classes, and is available for booking parties.

Follow Henny Penny progress on Facebook here. 

Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella @ Trustees Theater, Savannah, March 10-12.

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

Cinderella Savannah Christian Prep

Bring your kids to this family-friendly Broadway musical featuring Savannah Christian Preparatory students in third – twelfth grade.

Savannah Christian’s award-winning drama department presents Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella at the Trustees Theater in Savannah on March 10-12 2017.

Open to the public.

Tickets are $10 each.

7PM Fri & Sat. March 10 & 11
3PM Sun. March 12

Trustee’s Theater
216 E. Broughton St.
Savannah, 31401.

Tickets available at the door or in advance online here. 


Savannah Christian Prep School open houses schools

More about SCPS

Savannah Christian Preparatory School (SCPS) is an independent, non-denominational PK-12 college prep Christian school.

Savannah Christian Preparatory School’s Lower School was recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2011, and the Middle School in 2014, for our overall academic achievements. SCPS was also named Best Daycare/Preschool and Best Private School in 2013 & 2014 by Savannah Magazine.

Learn more about SCPS at school open houses: 9:30AM Feb. 15 & March 1. Learn more here. 

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2017 A-Town Get Down Music & Art Festival (free from noon-5PM)

Friday, February 10th, 2017

7th Annual A-Town Get DownSave the date for the 2017 A-Town Get Down Music & Art Festival, Saturday, March 25, 2017 featuring Cracker, Bobby Rush, Col. Bruce Hampton, AJ Ghent & More

Savannah’s 7th Annual A-Town Get Down will take place March 25, noon-12AM at its new location on Indian Street. The area, defined by Indian Street (between Fahm Street and the Talmadge Bridge) is well known as both a creative hub and emerging business community.

A-Town Get Down Art & Music Festival Savannah 2017 The family-friendly event is free from noon to 5PM and ticketed from 5PM to midnight.

This year’s all-day festival will feature over 25 live bands and visual artists each representing diverse music genres and artistic styles. Performers include Cracker, Bobby Rush, Col. Bruce Hampton, Snarky Puppy Horns, Low Country Voices, Old Salt Union, Walter Parks, Savannah Children’s Choir, AJ Ghent, Marques & The Marvelous Miracles, Waits & Co, Complicated Animals, Annalise Curtin, The Billy Jonas Band (Especially Family Oriented), and the Live Art of Jose Ray, Will Penny, SCAD Ceramics, Digital Art, Loop It Up Savannah and much more.

Thanks to the festival’s new location, guests can expect larger stages and more live music and live art installations than ever before over the 12-hour period. A-Town is also partnering with Loop It Up Savannah again this year to connect students from Title I school districts to free access to interactive art and music projects.

The festival was created in honor of art student and musician, Alex “A-Town” Townsend, who passed away in 2010. The all-day festival’s mission is to increase access to music and art to citizens of the region. From the hours of 12pm – 5pm, the festival is free and open to everyone for family-friendly art and music events. From 5pm – midnight, the festival becomes a ticketed event for the headliner performers and art events.

12pm – 5pm:
FREE for all ages
5PM – midnight:
$35/General Admission
$25/Student or Military (with valid ID)
$95/VIP (Includes Friday night event with special appearances, meet and greet with performers, complimentary VIP tent at festival, VIP seating and swag bag)

Tickets are available for purchase at

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Savannah Spring Break Camps 2017: Art Camp with City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs

Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Spring Break Camps 2017 Savannah Art Camp

Figured out your Spring Break childcare yet?

Registration is now open for a popular, full-day art camp for ages 5-12 @ the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs studio during the Chatham County School Spring Break March 20-24 2017.

Children 5 years of age must currently be enrolled in kindergarten.

Students participate in five art classes a day with certified art instructors and/or professional artists.  The classes may include ceramics, mixed media, puppetry, jewelry, fused glass, improv, music, or dance. All classes are taught by professional artists and art teachers. Friday afternoons parents are invited to view their children’s works in a gallery exhibition or watch a performing arts presentation.

Learn more about the camp here. 

Camp hours are 9AM – 4:30PM.

Students are grouped in age-appropriate groups of no more than ten students per instructor.

Per child fee: $150/$140 city resident

Registration information available online here.

Savannah Summer Camps 2017: Art, Video Game Development & Pre-K Camps @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Savannah Summer Camps 2017 Art, Video Game Development Summer camps 2017 @ Telfair Museums Jepson Center in Savannah.

Online registration will be available soon.

For more information or to register, call 912.790.8823.

Drawing Portfolio Builder Camp, 10–12yrs, May 30–June 2
No camp Monday, May 29
Drawing Portfolio Builder Camp, 12–14yrs, July 3–7
No camp Tuesday, July 4
Member $160/Non-member $180
This four-day camp is designed to help upper-elementary and middle school students improve their drawing skills and begin the process of developing a portfolio. Students will focus on measurement, proportion, perspective, and use of value to create volume and space. The camp will also include practice portraiture and sketching from clothed models. The Drawing Portfolio Builder Camp is a great class for students to learn and advance the skills necessary for developing art portfolios.


Master Artist Photography Session A, 10–12yrs, June 5–9
Master Artist Photography Session B, 13–16yrs, June 12–16
Member $200/Non-member $235
This intensive, weeklong program focuses on black-and-white and digital photography, as well as the basic functions of 35mm manual cameras. While instructors emphasize the advancements of digital media and Adobe Photoshop, they will also cover conventional methods of film photography, including pinhole cameras, to supplement the experience. The camp features student use of both manual and digital cameras. This camp will utilize the William Wegman: Improved Photography exhibition as inspiration for on-location shoots in the historic district. The program will culminate with a reception and exhibition of the participants’ work in the Jepson Center.


Raising STEAM: Technology, Art, and Electronics 10–12yrs, June 19–23
Member $200/Non-member $235
This comprehensive STEAM Camp gives young people the opportunity to explore the artistic potential of technology. In this weeklong camp, students will learn to use a variety of technologies and methods to create and express themselves. Students will explore 3D printing, create images with Adobe Photoshop, and solder their own electronic-noise toys. Participants will also learn basic computer programming with Arduino microcontrollers. The program culminates with a reception and exhibition of the participants’ work in the Jepson Center.


Art with the Pros Session 6–10yrs, June 26–29
Member $175/Non-member $195
Each day, this camp will feature a different local artist providing a unique lesson based on his or her medium. Lunch in Telfair Square (weather permitting), breaks and games in ArtZeum, and special tours of the galleries are all included. Students will learn to give constructive criticism on their own and their peers’ artwork. The program culminates with a student art exhibition and a reception in the Jepson Center.


Video Game Development 14–18yrs, July 17–21
Video Game Development 12–14yrs, July 10–14
Member $175/Non-member $195
Full STEAM ahead! In this weeklong camp, students will build their own video games. Students will explore, play, and learn computer programming from scratch using open-source game-making programs. The summer camp culminates with a reception and exhibition of the participants’ games in the Jepson Center’s Morrison Community Gallery.


Museum Explorations Pre-K Camp 4–6yrs, half day, July 24–July 28
Member $100/Non-member $125
Stave off summer doldrums! Exploring Telfair Museums’ three sites and exhibitions has never been so much fun. Each day, participants will tour a new exhibit and learn to create the very same types of art seen in the galleries. Find inspiration with instruction in drawing, painting, and printmaking. Students immerse themselves in innovative arts lessons taught by professional artists.


Crafters Camp, 8–11yrs, July 17–21
Member $175/Non-member $195
The Ultimate Crafty Kids Camp is packed with a variety of projects: screen printing, knitting, friendship bracelets, calligraphy folder paper, and much more. In this weeklong camp, students will explore and learn techniques in a rich variety of crafts that will inspire and develop their desire to be independent makers.


Video Game Design with Scratch, 9–12yrs, half day, July 24–July 28
Member $100/Non-member $125
This summer camp teaches beginning students how to create their own video game using Scratch, a colorful programming environment that makes it easy to bring interactive stories to life. In class, students collaborate on developing a game from the beginning to final polish. A fun and informative way to introduce younger students to the art of video game development.


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“The Addams Family” musical @ St. Andrew’s School, Savannah

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Addams Family Musical St. Andrew's School Savannah St. Andrew’s School on Wilmington Island proudly presents the Broadway musical THE ADDAMS FAMILY.

The weird and wacky family will come to life on the St. Andrew’s stage on Friday, February 24 through Sunday, February 26 2017

Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students and go on sale 45 minutes prior to the curtain. For more information, call 897.4941.

This event is open to the public. 


Fri. Feb. 24 – 7:30PM
Sat. Feb. 25 – 3PM and 7:30PM
Sun. Feb. 26 – 3PM

(Pictured L to R: Lindsey Berkman, Sophia Kotowski, Richie Cook, Cole Becker, Marie Solitario, Jordyn Linfoot, and Hayden Haupt)

About St. Andrew’s

St. Andrew’s is a college preparatory school for Pre-K3 through Grade 12 located on Wilmington Island, Savannah.

The independent school offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program and has been recognized
for the past five years as an Apple Distinguished School. St. Andrew’s School was named best Savannah private school in Savannah Magazine in 2016.

For more information, visit

St. Andrew’s School, 601 Penn Waller Rd, Savannah, 31410. 912.897.4941, , email  On Facebook here.   On Twitter here. St. Andrew’s is a advertiser.

‘Irons in the Fire’ blacksmithing event @ Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah

Monday, February 6th, 2017

blacksmith event Savannah Georgia State Railroad Museum Irons in Fire

You are invited to attend an artisan blacksmithing demonstration @ Georgia State Railroad Museum 10AM-4PM Sat. Feb. 25.

Blacksmiths from across the Southeast will be showcasing their craft and fabricating items for purchase in the blacksmith shop.

The museum has an 1850s railroad Blacksmith Shop on site at Georgia State Railroad Museum to highlight this element of industrial history.

The expert metalsmith artists will be sharing a variety of designs using just the Old World tools of fire, anvil and hammer to create their masterpieces.

Please note that while many of the items will be available for purchase, most sales are cash only.

The day-long event is included in the cost of general admission at Georgia State Railroad Museum, $10 for adults and $6 for children ages 2 to 12 years of age. This event is free for Coastal Heritage Society members.

In addition to experiencing “Irons in the Fire,” the entire Georgia State Railroad Museum site will be open for exploration, so visitors are encouraged to walk through the historic railcars, experience the handcar and go on a guided site tour by train.

Georgia State Railroad Museum
655 Louisville Road
Savannah, GA 31401

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Giveaway: A family four pack of tickets to Harlem Globetrotters in Savannah

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Harlem Globetrotters Savannah ticket giveaway

Start whistling Sweet Georgia Brown.

Because is giving away a family four-pack of tickets to The Harlem Globetrotters 2017 World Tour Savannah show to one of our lucky readers.

The Globetrotters’ one-of-a kind family entertainment show will be Savannah at 7PM Thursday March 9 @ the Savannah Civic Center.

To enter to win to see this basketball artistry, visit the Facebook page here, comment on the post about why you’d love to see these whistling ball-handling wizards, then share the Harlem Globetrotters giveaway post on your page.  Or comment on our SouthernMamas Harlem Globetrotters Instagram post.

Deadline to enter: 10PM Thurs. Feb. 16.

We’ll announce the winner and on our Facebook page on Fri. Feb. 17, so please check back.

The Harlem Globetrotters World Tour 2017 World Tour
Savannah Civic Center-Martin Luther King Arena
March 9, 2017 7PM

This year, the Globetrotters will introduce the first-ever 4-point line. The 4-point line will be located 30 feet from the basket — 6 feet, 3 inches beyond the NBA’s current 3-point line.

In addition to the on-court action, the Globetrotters, known worldwide as the Ambassadors of Goodwill™, are giving back in communities around the country through The Great Assist initiative, which launched in October of 2015 and pledges to spread 100 million smiles around the world over the next 10 years with acts of kindness.


Can’t wait for the giveaway? We’ve got a ticket discount code.

You can purchase group discounted tickets from David Edwards via phone or email 678-497-1878, until Monday, March 6 at NOON or via this link here and using the Promo Code below.

Promo Code: MOREFUN

Savannah Summer Camps 2017: Massie Heritage Art & Digging History Camps

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Savannah Summer Camps 2017 Massie Heritage Center Art History

We can’t wait until Summer 2017 and are excited to post our first of many Savannah summer camps.

Massie Heritage Center in Savannah will offer these unique summer camps.

Art through the Ages Day Camp
Rising K through 3rd grade
Session I: June 5th – June 9th, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Session II: June 26th through June 30th, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Students will learn about arts and crafts from the Creek and Cherokee period through Colonial and Victorian times up to the modern era. Campers will create their own artwork and explore Savannah’s museums including the Jepson Center for the Arts and SCAD Art Museum. The camp will culminate in a gallery show featuring their own “Artwork through the Ages.”

Digging History Day Camp
Rising 3rd through 6th grade students
Session I: July 10 through July 14, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Session II: July 24 through July 28, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Be an archaeologist at summer camp! Take part in a “simulated excavation” and learn the entire process of digging up, gridding out to scale, labeling and identifying artifacts. You will also make special crafts and discover many of the archaeological treasures of the Georgia Coast by visiting Battlefield Park, Wormsloe State Historic Site, Colonial Park Cemetery, Fort Frederica, Skidaway Island and more.



For $135 per camper, you will be provided all supplies, admissions to historical sites and museums, transportation and snacks for the entire week. Extended care is available for the hours of 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. for an additional $25 per week.


About Massie Heritage Center

Massie Heritage Center: Built in 1856 on beautiful Calhoun Square, Massie School is the oldest public school in Georgia. Closing as a traditional school in 1974, but remaining part of the Savannah-Chatham Public School System, Massie reopened as a Heritage Center in 1978 providing curriculum-based educational programs for school children K-12. Massie also houses several hands-on exhibits showcasing the history and architecture of Savannah.



For details and registration, visit, email, or call  (912) 395-5070

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Free for ages 12 & younger: SCAD presents ‘Savannah Songs’, live musical performances

Saturday, January 28th, 2017

Savannah Songs SCAD 2017 SCAD Presents “Savannah Songs”

Sat. Feb. 11

Join SCAD for an afternoon of immersive live performances that chart a musical journey through Savannah’s rich history. “Savannah Songs” will have you dancing in the streets and celebrating the city’s remarkable legacy. This one-of-a-kind event is brought to you by SCAD students and alumni.

Guests will explore four SCAD buildings that have been transformed into living portraits of the past. Delve into the 1920s for high tea at Gryphon. Wheel into Art’s for a bopping ’80s shake shop experience, and then jump back in time to Civil War-era Georgia in Morris Hall. Finally, grab your ration ticket and send the troops off to war in style with a 1940s big band, USO-style dance in Poetter Hall.

Check-in for “Savannah Songs” is at shopSCAD . Performances begin at 11AM and extend until 1PM

Admission is free for SCAD Carte holders and children age 12 and younger. Cost is $10 for the general public.

To purchase tickets visit,

Be whoever you want to be with new Nick Cave exhibit @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center, Savannah

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Telfair Museums Savannah Nick Cave
Opens Fri. Jan. 27 runs until April 23, 2017
Jepson Center, Savannnah

Explore your identity with the art of internationally-renowned artist Nick Cave! Cave is most famous for his soundsuits, works that are part costume and part sculpture, designed to obscure the wearer’s body during live performances. This exhibition, the largest presentation of Cave’s work ever displayed in Georgia, features a selection of his soundsuits, as well as two massive textile tondos and two videos showcasing Cave’s soundsuit performances.

Kids 12 & younger are free.

Learn more here. 


Free Family Day
Sunday, February 5, 1–4pm

Explore the joys of mixed media and nontraditional approaches to making fine art in this special Free Family Day event! Meet and discover local artists and art groups making and promoting contemporary art in an array of media, and take part in this exciting, blossoming scene by making some art of your own! Sponsored by the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs and the Georgia Power Foundation, Inc.

207 W. York St. Savannah, 31401

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Late Winter Kids’ Art Classes @ Scribble Art Studio, Savannah

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Savannah art classes Scribble Art youth children kids elementary school

Late Winter 2017 Kids’ Art Classes @ Scribble Art Studio

Scribble Art Studio in Savannah late winter children’s art classes will start at the end of January 2017 and run through March 2017..

Late Winter classes include:
SEW MUCH FUN (Ages 6+);

Learn more about the above classes offered here.


Scribble Art Studio youth art classes picture book class

CREATING PICTURE BOOKS class with Jose Ray includes printing a picture book.

Scribble Art Studio only offers this picture books class once a year and it’s unbelievably great, with the kids creating and printing their own picture book at the end.

The picture books class is Jan. 31-March 28, Tuesdays 4-5PM @ Scribble Art Studio. For ages 6 & older. Learn more here.


Scribble Art Studio
212 E. 37th St.
Savannah, 31401

For more info on these Savannah youth art classes, call 912-713-7376 or email

Scribble Art Studio in Savannah also offers private & group art classes, summer art camps, adult art parties & children’s birthday parties, both in the studio & at-home DIY art birthday kits. Contact artist Carrie Christian at (912) 713-7376 or email  . Click here for more info. Scribble Art Studio is a advertiser

Winter 2017 Youth Art Classes @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

Jepson Winter Spring 2016 Art Classes Savannah Telfair

Register your child for Telfair Museums’ Winter 2017 in Savannah. All classes and workshops are at the Jepson Center unless otherwise noted.

Branding and Logo Design
(Materials included)
Ages: 10-14
Instructor: Vanessa Jaber
Wednesdays, Jan. 25–Feb. 22, 4:30-6pm
Members $100 / Non-members $125

What defines you in this day and age? Learn how to self-brand and make an image for yourself with Photoshop and Photography. A personal logo design can help distinguish you from the crowd. Your brand has the power to represent who you are as an individual and what kind of work you do. REGISTER ONLINE HERE. 

Portfolio Builder: Youth Drawing I
(Materials included)
Ages: 10-14
Instructor: Marisa Lilje
Thursdays, Feb. 2–March 9, 4:30-6pm
(No class Feb. 23)
Members $100 / Non-members $125

This class is designed to help upper-elementary & middle school students improve their drawing skills. In Drawing I, students will develop an understanding of foundational drawing. Youth Drawing is great class for students to develop their art portfolios. New students welcome! REGISTER ONLINE HERE. 

Video Game Development
(Materials included)
Ages: 10-16
Instructor: Johnathan Bushnell
Thursdays, Feb. 2–March 9, 4:30-6pm
(No class Feb. 23)
Members $100 / Non-members $125.

In this five-week class students will build their own video game. Students will explore, play, and develop video games while learning computer programming from scratch using Game Maker. Suitable for beginners to intermediate-level participants with a fun-loving personality, no programming experience required. REGISTER ONLINE HERE

207 W. York St. Savannah, 31401

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$5 Family Matinee @ Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah 2017

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

Mountainfilm Festival Savannah Family Matinee

Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah Matinée 2017
Tickets are $5 each

2PM Sat. Jan. 21
Trustees Theater
216 E. Broughton St.
Savannah, GA 31401

Family-friendly afternoon on Broughton Street
Films to be shown include:
The Wrestling Cholita
Canyon Song
Angel Annihilates Alaska
Running Wild
To Scale: The Solar System
One of Those Days 3
Throw – Q&A with Coffin, film subject, following screening

Learn more here.

Daily Drop-In Art Programs @ Telfair Museum’s Jepson Center, Savannah

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

Drop-In Studio Telfair Museum Jepson Center Savannah Unleash your creativity every day with art-making projects for all ages @ drop-in studio @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center,

Drop-In Studio is offered daily 1-4PM @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center in Savannah.

Work at your own pace & comfort level through an array of art mediums. Each month offer activities related to specific exhibits at Telfair Museums. See the schedule below.

Perfect for all ages – even adults. Children 12 & younger now receive free admission to Jepson Center. Museum admission for adults is $20. (Admission includes a visit to each of Telfair Museums’ three sites: Jepson Center, Telfair Academy, Owen-Thomas House. Valid for one week.)

A studio-assistant is on-hand to answer questions & assist guests. Children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.

Monthly drop-in studio themes

January 2017: Light-Up Sculptures
February 2017: Nick Cave Mixed Media Designs
March 2017: Portraiture
April 2017: Wundercamera: People in the Museum

Learn more here. 

207 W. York St. Savannah, 31401



Adult: $20
Senior (65+): $18
Military (w/ military ID): $18
Student (ages 13-30 w/ ID): $15
Child (ages 12 & under): FREE

Admission includes a visit to each of Telfair Museums’ three sites: Jepson Center, Telfair Academy, Owen-Thomas House. Valid for one week.

Jepson Hours
Sunday – 12-5pm
Monday – 12-5pm
Tuesday – 10am-5pm
Wednesday – 10am-5pm
Thursday – 10am-5pm
Friday – 10am-5pm
Saturday – 10am-5pm

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Start your new year with cutting edge art @ 2017 PULSE Art + Technology Festival, Jan. 11-15, Savannah

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

Telfair Jepson PULSE Art Technology festival 2017

2017 PULSE Art + Technology Festival in Savannah
January 11–15, 2017
Jepson Center
Whether you want to fulfill your childhood dream of speaking like a dinosaur, watch artificial intelligence and art come to life through apps, or gaze at unnerving portrait sculptures created from DNA and scientific data, there’s something for everyone at PULSE Art + Technology Festival in Savannah.

PULSE interactive performances include: 

How to Speak Dinosaur
Thurs. Jan. 12, 6:30PM, Jepson Center
a performance and talk by Courtney D. Brown.
Free for members; $15 for non members.

The Odyssey Redux
Fri. Jan. 13, 6PM, Jepson Center
A Live Media Art Adaptation of Homer’s famous epic poem by Alessandro Imperato & David Spencer.
Free for members; $15 for non members.

View the complete PULSE schedule here.
Daytime admission to PULSE is free and open to the public.

Purchase a PULSE Pass for exclusive access to all evening lectures and performances. Reserve your PULSE Pass here.

207 W. York St. Savannah, 31401


PULSE Youth Workshop
Create Your Own Brand and Logo
Fri. Jan. 13, 4–6pm
For Ages 12+, Instructor: Vanessa Jaber
FREE with registration.  REGISTER HERE. 

PULSE Free Family Day & Expo
Sat. Jan. 14, 1-4PM Jepson Center
Celebrate STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art & Math) and family fun at the most popular event of the PULSE Art + Technology Festival. Explore demos of amazing technology, view works by local makers, play interactive games and enjoy a new “Student Maker Zone” and expo in the atrium. At 2PM, guests can also experience a special matinee performance of The Odyssey Redux. Admission is FREE.

PULSE Youth Workshop*: Make a Plantbot!
Sat. Jan. 14, 10AM–Noon
Ages 10+
Instructors: Jeff Schmuki and Wendy DesChene
FREE with registration. REGISTER HERE.

Big Screen Gaming!
Sun. Jan. 15, 2–4PM
Enjoy casual, competitive gaming of recent indie videogames on the big screen.
FREE with registration. REGISTER HERE.

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