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STEMarts LAB: Engaging youth in exciting sci-art explorations with social practice.

STEMarts Lab

Lakota Cosmology Meets Particle Physics: Exploring Dark Matter

A visit to the Oceti Sakowin Camp at Standing Rock has inspired a new STEAM curriculum for youth.

Augmented Reality (AR) Mural Work/Study Project providing real-world community focused learning of STEAM skills.

We are excited to announce the launch of a STEAM Innovation Lab at the Taos Integrated School of the Arts in Taos, New Mexico.

STEMarts LAB + TISA = A radically new STEAM LAB for Taos students and teachers joining Science, Technology, Engineering and Math with Community Engagement.

STEMarts LAB + TISA

Students from Tracy Gallighan Computer class at Taos High School coded with Netlogo for a unique projection mapping station. Invent Event at Enos Garcia Elementary.

Water is Life: Standing Rock project provided a real world understanding of this core concept through art and direct social engagement.

Serving as Americorps VISTA: Developing STEAM skills and exploring new roles for the artist in our society.

Twirl’s Light Play in collaboration with TISA’s new STEAM Lab

Havana Biennial 2015 STEMarts Projecting Particles with Agnes Chavez and iPad youth workshop participants

By using the human senses of touch, sight and hearing, Electrofunk Mixtape uses physical computing and visual imagery to layer conflicting rhythms and effects on top of physical objects such as walls to create complicated sound and image patterns.

Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez: Microscopic manipulation of substances and organic materials to give workshop participants an idea of the visual possibilities for live video creation.

STEMarts + ATLAS Experiment: Combining Particle Physics and Projection Art for Deeper Learning.

Hands on demonstration of earth materials for adobe sculptures, examining their mineral content and geologic origins.

Havana Biennial 2015 projection installation and STEMarts Projecting Particles youth workshop

A partnership between STEMarts Lab and ATLAS Experiment at CERN has created a unique opportunity for artist-physicist collaborations and workshop virtual tours of the ATLAS control room at the Large Hadron Collider.

The “Solar-Powered Village” brings Taos County youth and UNM students together to engage with local energy topics.

STEMarts Lab + The PASEO = a dynamic duo bringing live participatory art to the streets of Taos while engaging our youth and our community with innovative STEM + Art learning collaborations. See it Live.

Fireflies, jellyfish, algae, glow worms—how and why do some living things glow?

Workshop students explore the performative possibilities of real-time video and sound transmission through the artistic application of DIY electronics.

In this three-day workshop students learn about particle physics concepts and projection art, allowing this understanding to inspire and inform the creation of a projection art performance.