We design Interdisciplinary LABS which encourage experimentation and engage students, teachers, and schools in a real world project that brings the learning of STEM and the arts into the community.

Below are the STEMarts Interdisciplinary LABS designed for The PASEO 2015.

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PASEO2015 Teen Street Journalist Project

Journalists: Justis Daniels-Bezout, Haley Rach and Damille Devenyi

Facilitators: Roe Zicarrello, Luckie Daniels, David Perez and Teresita Dovalpage

School: Taos International School

PASEO Street Reporting: 25 & 26 September, ongoing

Site: Roaming



Science of Glow

Facilitators: Liz Neely, Siena Sanderson, Ellen O’Donnell

Create something that glows to take home or give away and help create glow art for public display. Teen-Facilitated. All ages welcome

School: smART House Team

Friday and Saturday 5-10pm

Site: The Toolbox (Civic Plaza Drive)


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Drone-in-Art Workshop

Artists: Tizz Tizdale, Agnes Chavez, Tom Greenbaum, Chief Weaver.

Teen-leads: Justis Daniels-Bezout and John Clay Patterson

Facilitator: Jennifer Holle, Rosie Williams

School: Taos Middle School/RMYC Learning Lab

Drone-Art Team will coordinate live video drone documentation of The PASEO event, while engaging the public with educational info on drones and live video projections.

Student interaction: Saturday 1-5pm

Site: The Toolbox (Civic Plaza Drive)

Instagram Meet-Up and Challenge

Facilitator: Jessica Roybal, @jesree
Peg Bartlett and students from Roots and Wings Charter School, Questa
Meet the Paseo Instagram Team at 2pm at the Taos Plaza to join the marathon of  live Instagram uploads to capture your personalized views of The PASEO in action. #PASEOSTEAM

Site: Taos Plaza 2pm