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(Savannah Summer Camps 2022) Summer Programs for 3rd-12th graders @ Georgia Tech Savannah campus

Monday, March 14th, 2022

Georgia Tech Savannah summer Camps 2022

2022 Georgia Tech Savannah Summer Programs

Georgia Tech Savannah will continue to offer both virtual and in-person programs in summer 2022. Both virtual programs (STEAM Whistle Workshops) and in-person programs will run June 6-July 22 2022. Programs available for rising 3rd-12th graders.

On-Campus Summer Programs

Every week-long program is uniquely themed to provide a full summer of STEM/STEAM fun and learning for everyone. Additionally, all programs now include a meaningful take-home component so that participants can continue to expand their STEM/STEAM knowledge long after the week is over.

See all the descriptions for programs here. All programs will be located at the Georgia Tech Savannah Campus. Each day will run from 8:30 AM – 3PM and all parents/guardians will be invited to a student showcase on Friday starting around 1:30PM.

2022 programs include:
MakerCamp (3rd-5th Grades)
Artbotics (3rd-5th Grades)
Make It, Move It (6th-12th Grades)
Exploring Music Through STEM (6th-8th Grades)
3D Design & Printing (6th-8th Grades)
IoT and You (6th-12th Grades)
Robotics Camp (3rd-5th Grades)
LEGO Robotics (3rd-5th Grades)
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Learn more or register online here. 

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FREE events @ PULSE Art and Technology Festival 2022, Savannah

Monday, February 21st, 2022

Free Jepson Family Day 2022 Savannah

Telfair Museums’ PULSE Art + Technology Festival 2022 will feature amazing exhibitions at the Jepson Center in Savannah, lectures by featured artists, curator’s and artists’ tours, and a Free Family Day.

Kid-friendly highlights of the festival include:

March 4, 6-8PM PULSE Free Friday Night & Evening Performance: “Spaces: A Multimedia Performance with Dance, Sound and Interactive Visuals by Tybee Ballet Theater (Britt Bacon, Vinay Arora, Kate Petit). Enjoy activities in the museum between 6-8PM including a 360 video photo booth and LED pin making workshop (Ages 16+).

March 5, 10AM-5PM PULSE Free Family Day at the Jepson Center. Enjoy a day of free admission to the Jepson Center to explore the new PULSE exhibitions. Hands on art making activities 1-4PM only.

March 5, 10AM-12PM Youth Workshop: “Connections through Code.” (Students grades 6-8)
Instructor, Sage Batchelor, Co-founder of Girls Who Code Savannah will be introducing the youth to the Scratch programming toolkit to make an interactive artwork.
Register here.

All PULSE programs are free admission thanks to investment by the City of Savannah, the Georgia Council for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Please note some programs require advance registration.

2022 PULSE Art + Technology Festival Schedule
Wed. March 2
6 p.m. Curator and artist tour of Jepson Center exhibitions
6-8 p.m. Immersive projection, “Return,” by artist John Colette in Jepson Center atrium

Thurs.March 3
11 a.m. Tech talk for students with Ryan Buyssens and Aidan Lincoln Fowler
6 p.m. Lecture and discussion with lead PULSE artist Chul Hyun Ahn on his career, which evolved from painting into the creation of mind-bending light sculptures exhibited worldwide
6-8 p.m. Immersive projection, “Return,” by artist John Colette in Jepson Center atrium

Friday, March 4
11 a.m. Tech talk for students with Chul Hyun Ahn, Kelley McClung, Greg Finger, and John Colette
2 p.m. Curator’s tour of Jepson Center exhibitions with Harry DeLorme
6-8 p.m. “Spaces: A Multimedia Performance with Dance, Sound, and Interactive Visuals by Tybee Ballet Theater” in the Jepson Center atrium. Enjoy activities including a 360-degree video photo booth, LED pin-making workshop for ages 16-and-up, and more. Plus the immersive projection “Return” by artist John Colette.

Saturday, March 5
10 a.m.-5 p.m. PULSE Free Family Day at the Jepson Center, with free admission to explore PULSE and other museum exhibitions. Youth workshop “Connections through Code” from 10 a.m.-noon. Hands-on art activities from 1-4 p.m.

See the entire schedule here. 

Health and safety notice: Mask wearing is required in the museum. Some programs will have reduced capacity and require advance registration.

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Jepson Center
207 W. York St.
Savannah, GA 31401

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Youth Workshop Savannah coding Jepson Center Telfair

FREE events @ PULSE Art and Technology Festival 2022, Savannah

Saturday, February 19th, 2022

free Savannah events PULSE festival coding class

Telfair Museums’ PULSE Art + Technology Festival 2022 will feature amazing exhibitions at the Jepson Center in Savannah, lectures by featured artists, curator’s and artists’ tours, and a Free Family Day.

Kid-friendly highlights of the festival include:

March 4, 6-8PM PULSE Free Friday Night & Evening Performance: “Spaces: A Multimedia Performance with Dance, Sound and Interactive Visuals by Tybee Ballet Theater (Britt Bacon, Vinay Arora, Kate Petit). Enjoy activities in the museum between 6-8PM including a 360 video photo booth and LED pin making workshop (Ages 16+).

March 5, 10AM-5PM PULSE Free Family Day at the Jepson Center. Enjoy a day of free admission to the Jepson Center to explore the new PULSE exhibitions. Hands on art making activities 1-4PM only.

March 5, 10AM-12PM Youth Workshop: “Connections through Code.” (Students grades 6-8)
Instructor, Sage Batchelor, Co-founder of Girls Who Code Savannah will be introducing the youth to the Scratch programming toolkit to make an interactive artwork.
Register here.

All PULSE programs are free admission thanks to investment by the City of Savannah, the Georgia Council for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Please note some programs require advance registration.

2022 PULSE Art + Technology Festival Schedule
Wed. March 2
6 p.m. Curator and artist tour of Jepson Center exhibitions
6-8 p.m. Immersive projection, “Return,” by artist John Colette in Jepson Center atrium

Thurs.March 3
11 a.m. Tech talk for students with Ryan Buyssens and Aidan Lincoln Fowler
6 p.m. Lecture and discussion with lead PULSE artist Chul Hyun Ahn on his career, which evolved from painting into the creation of mind-bending light sculptures exhibited worldwide
6-8 p.m. Immersive projection, “Return,” by artist John Colette in Jepson Center atrium

Friday, March 4
11 a.m. Tech talk for students with Chul Hyun Ahn, Kelley McClung, Greg Finger, and John Colette
2 p.m. Curator’s tour of Jepson Center exhibitions with Harry DeLorme
6-8 p.m. “Spaces: A Multimedia Performance with Dance, Sound, and Interactive Visuals by Tybee Ballet Theater” in the Jepson Center atrium. Enjoy activities including a 360-degree video photo booth, LED pin-making workshop for ages 16-and-up, and more. Plus the immersive projection “Return” by artist John Colette.

Saturday, March 5
10 a.m.-5 p.m. PULSE Free Family Day at the Jepson Center, with free admission to explore PULSE and other museum exhibitions. Youth workshop “Connections through Code” from 10 a.m.-noon. Hands-on art activities from 1-4 p.m.

See the entire schedule here. 

Health and safety notice: Mask wearing is required in the museum. Some programs will have reduced capacity and require advance registration.

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Jepson Center
207 W. York St.
Savannah, GA 31401

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Telfair Museums is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser 

Registration open for free Girls Who Code 2021 Savannah program

Tuesday, January 19th, 2021

Free Girls Code Savannah Chatham County

 

Girls Who Code Savannah is back! The free youth program will return with eight free virtual workshops starting Feb. 13 2021. Register online here.

Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use Computer Science to change the world. Volunteer instructors provide a learning environment where young women are introduced to fundamental principles, technologies, and skills associated with computer programming and Internet technologies.

When young women join a Club, they are able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities and learn about inspiring role models. They then work in teams and use code to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real-world problems.

Clubs are for young women attending public middle school (grades 6-8) in Chatham County. Whether your child is a beginner or a computer master, she is invited to join the movement. In order to participate, youth must have parent/guardian permission, a computer with internet connectivity, and access to Wi-fi.

When: The Club involves eight virtual sessions, which will meet every two weeks on Saturdays at 2:30PM.
Feb. 13, Feb, 27, March 13, March 27, April 10, April 24, May 8, May 22 2021.

Space for this program is limited. Therefore, Girls Who Code Savannah asks that those interested in participating make a commitment to attending all eight sessions. If an interested party cannot be present for all sessions due to other commitments or conflicts, the program volunteers ask that you please wait until the next round of sessions is offered and allow someone who can fully participate in the program an opportunity for acceptance in this round of sessions.

Where: Workshops will be held virtually via Google Classroom. Information regarding the Google Classroom and specific sessions will be sent after registration.

Registration: Visit The Creative Coast’s Girls Who Code page here and fill out a quick registration form.

Tech, Design & Gaming @ STEAM Winter Break Camp, Savannah

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

STEAM Holiday Camp Guild computer Savannah

Jolly Goblin Games in Savannah will offer an all-day Winter Break Free Play STEAM Camp for six days, including the Saturday before Christmas. This STEAM Camp is for ages 7-14.

Kids will have a blast on PCs, PS4s, XBox Ones, and WiiU, plus they might even learn a new board game or two along the way.

These camps will last all day, with options for early drop-off and late pick-up, plus students can order lunch from The Chromatic Dragon right next door (or bring a lunch/snacks from home). Students may also bring snacks and drinks from home and/or bring money to purchase them.

You can sign up for all six days or just pick and choose which days you want.

Early drop-off and late pick-up will be available for an additional fee.

9AM-4PM
Dec 20, 2018 – Dec 28, 2018
5% sibling discount available at checkout
Cost: $180 for 6 days/$30 drop-in
REGISTER ONLINE HERE.

Jolly Goblin Games
518 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Savannah, GA 31401

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