Combine your love of art and technology by creating a kinetic (dynamic) artwork you can code.
Held at the Powerhouse Community Space at Parramatta Square, eight- to 12-year-olds will explore and manipulate motion systems, code using Arduino microcontrollers, experiment with materials and observe the consequent behaviours of their artwork in this 45-minute workshop.
This workshop is run by Powerhouse Museum in partnership with Mimi Kind, a Sydney-based artist who creates kinetic sound sculptures and installations.
Workshops start at 11am, 12 noon and 1pm and re bookable on arrival.
Don’t have time for a full session? Drop in for some fun STEM activities. Connect a red/green/blue LED to an Arduino and use a light sensor to change the colour of the LED.