Big additions are coming to our Making and STEAM programming capabilities Summer of 2023, stay tuned for some exciting news!
Coming in 2023! A new programming space within the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center dedicated to Maker and STEAM programming! We will offer programming for all ages in Electronics, Hand Tools, Laser Cutting and 3d Printing in addition to expanding our current making and engineering offerings. Check back here for maker programming updates.
What does STEAM mean? STEAM stands for ScienceTechnologyEngineeringArt and Math. STEAM education combines these areas to make new and exciting projects in areas like wearable electronics, 3d printing, art making machines and more.
Homeschool Making & Engineering (Ages 8-12)
All new projects for the 2023 series, including learning about 3d printers!
Make machines, electrical circuits, custom games and more as you learn how to combine art with engineering to explore and create amazing things during this series. Students will go through the entire design process from idea to sketch, to first draft and end result; focusing on iterative design and process over product. This class is designed to supplement your homeschool curriculum and let you explore art, making, science and engineering in a hands-on way.
We would love to offer a Homeschool Making & Engineering Level II program for ages 12-17 with the addition of some exciting new maker equipment. Our current plan is to open a second level class this Fall of 2023 on Tuesday mornings from 10am-12pm. If you would like to learn more about this opportunity and share your feedback with us, sign up HERE.
Making & STEAM Camps
Art Labs: Maker Camp
Get ready to flex your creative muscles and learn new skills as you design and make mechanical contraptions and electronic creations during Maker Camp. Registration opens Jan. 30th, 6AM.