2014 Summer Camp: Tech Town: All Charged Up!

THIS WEEK OF CAMP IS SOLD OUT.

Dates: August 4-8 // Time: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm // Ages: 8-12 // Cost: $275/child

Tech Town is a creative “tinker and maker” camp for kids, with acclaimed teaching artists Tyler and Monica Aiello. Imaginations are charged as campers are introduced to engineering and electronics through the lens of art and culture. Projects build throughout the week, introducing more complex ideas by integrating electronics and technology into the students’ mechanical creations.

Kids will get to:

  • conduct hands-on experiments
  • tinker with crank toys, automata, tape circuits and electronic musical instruments
  • investigate energy, electronics and mechanics
  • delve into the history of human invention
  • work together to create sculptures
  • explore the impact of electricity and technology on modern building, design and society

This camp is designed for:

  • Aspiring builders and inventors, always the first to ask how things are made
  • Kids who love science and hands-on discovery
  • Kids (or kids of parents) who care about sustainability
  • Kids ages 8-12 (age limits are flexible; please call with questions)

About Mizel Museum’s Creative Journeys Summer Camps
Mizel Museum’s Creative Journeys summer day camps engage kids of all backgrounds and interests in meaningful learning through the arts. Led by innovative and nationally acclaimed teaching artists, your children will explore the world around them, engage in critical thinking and participate in exciting hands-on and imaginative activities. See a complete list of 2014 summer camps at the Mizel Museum in Denver.

In the vibrant setting of the Mizel Museum and with low student to teacher ratios, campers will work closely with our teaching artists to explore the arts, make new discoveries and create lasting summer memories. Creative Journeys summer camps celebrate and cultivate the extraordinary capacity of kids to imagine, innovate and investigate new ideas. Kids and parents alike often comment that one week at Creative Journeys is comparable to tons of time in the classroom—and it’s so much fun!