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The STEMarts Lab website is a portfolio of our latest innovative sci-art installations and interdisciplinary STEAM projects.

STEMarts Lab Mission

BIO STEAM LAB @Taos Land Trust: A new STEAM + environmental education youth program at Rio Fernando Park

Fluidic Data: Particle physics + Big data through water and light COMING SOON!

(x)trees projected on to ‘La Catedral de Guadalajara’ for the U.S. Arts Envoy- Sister city initiative

Indigenous Cosmology Meets Particle Physics

STEMarts Curriculum Tool@The PASEO: Online STEAM activities built around Paseo festival artists

Lakota Cosmology Meets Particle Physics: Exploring Dark Matter

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

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

Taos Pueblo Day School Returns to The Paseo with Native-Inspired Monsters

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

Science + Art + Technology + Community = Real world experiences for youth.

STEMarts Lab Mission

PASEO 2015 Artist: Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez, Microscopic manipulation of substances and organic materials + live video creation.

Havana Biennial 2015: Interactive Installation and Projecting Particles Youth Workshop

CERN RESEARCH STAY: Agnes Chavez Research Stay and collaboration with Dr. Steven Goldfarb at ATLAS Experiment CERN.

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

Projecting Particles: Particle physics and projection art merge to engage youth.

Origination Point: A generative interactive projection installation originally exhibited at the 12th Havana Biennial in Havana, Cuba.

Origination Point@Harwood Museum: Art, science, technology and nature converge