Join us at the Red Stick Festival, April 30, for interactive, virtual art creation

04/21/16

Children develop creativity, social skills, and fine motor skills with STEM-rich light and shadow play where they can make choices, use their imaginations, and create with their hands.

The LSU College of Human Sciences & Education has partnered with the Knock Knock Children’s Museum, along with, LSU College of Art and Design, and the LSU Computing and Technology Center, to transform the children's storytelling rooms into a playground of light, shadows and motion.

On Saturday, April 30, as part of the Red Stick Festival, is Kid’s Lab: Light and Shadow Play, an art and technology event.

Children will be delighted in using traditional materials to interact with light, color and images projected from digital devices.

Join us from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturday, April 30

at the East Baton Rouge Parish Library

Main Library at 7711 Goodwood Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70806

Activities include: Exhibits by Knock Knock Children's Museum, NASA and Stennis, Arduino showcase/ local school art creations; Lego lab; Minecraft showcase and live lab; and an Interactive art project on library windows, and more.

This free event is open to the public. Please bring your children, ages 6 and up, to create interactive art! Minors need parent or guardian present.

The Red Stick International Festival, scheduled to take place April 22 – May 1 at numerous venues around Baton Rouge, aims to bring out the dynamic and fun side of technology.

 

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