Wed, Apr 19|
William Grose Center
The Art of Black Innovation - Build & Code Your Own Gadgets Using Arduino
The Art of Black Innovation is a 10-week program for elementary to high school students. Using Arduino technology, participants will build and code their own gadgets while learning the basics of electronics and programming. MIDDLE/ELEMENTARY CLASSES ARE FULL.
Time & Location
Apr 19, 2023, 4:30 PM – Jun 28, 2023, 6:00 PM
William Grose Center, 101 23rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA
"The Art of Black Innovation - Build & Code Your Own Gadgets Using Arduino" is an exciting 10-week program that will take participants on a journey of discovery and creation, as they learn to build and code their own gadgets using Arduino technology. This program is designed for elementary to high school students who are interested in exploring the world of electronics and programming in a fun and engaging way.
Through a series of hands-on activities and projects, participants will be introduced to the basics of electronics and coding and will learn to use sensors, LEDs, motors, and other components to build their own unique creations. They will also gain experience in coding using the Arduino programming language.
In addition to learning valuable technical skills, participants will have the opportunity to collaborate with their peers and develop their problem-solving and critical-thinking abilities, all while exploring the rich tradition of Black innovation in science and technology.
As a reward for their hard work, all participants will receive a $200 stipend upon completion of the program. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to explore the world of electronics and coding with The Art of Black Innovation program! It begins on April 19th, so sign up today and start your adventure!
MIDDLE/ELEMENTARY CLASSES ARE FULL. WE ARE CURRENTLY ONLY ACCEPTING HIGH SCHOOL-AGE STUDENTS.