Light-it-up! Beginner Circuitry

The integration of circuits in art and other projects

In-Person STEAM Workshops July 18- July 22
Weekdays 2:00pm to 4:00pm-

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What students will learn

  • How to identify open, closed, and short circuits.
  • How to identify and connect positive and negative terminals of power sources and loads to create a functioning circuit.
  • How to integrate circuits into art and other projects to add light or movement.

Program Calendar

July 18 – July 22 , 2022
5 classes, 10 hours

Fees and Enrolment

Upon registration, you will be asked to pay the full 160 USD to reserve your child’s place in the workshop.

Workshops have a maximum of 8 places. If the workshop is full, you will be refunded in full.

Once your space has been confirmed, if you need to cancel your registration for any reason, a refund will be provided if another student is able to fill the space.

COVID Precautions

All of our educators are fully vaccinated with boosters and wear masks during the workshops.

Courses are limited to maximum 8 students, students must wear masks and eat/drink outside when possible.

What students will do

  • Investigate and explore circuits through challenges using snap circuits, alligator clips, breadboards and wire.
  • Create cards or other art which light up with conductive tape and paint, sculptures which light up with conductive and insulating dough, and textiles which light up using conductive thread
  • Students will be able to take many of the projects they create home with them.
  • Students will be guided in these workshops by two experienced STEAM professionals, Brittney and Dagan.

Snacks and water will be provided

Program Location

This set of workshops will take place at Insight Co-Learning Center* in Durham, located adjacent to the Scrap Exchange Thrift Store.

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*The Insight Co-Learning Center is a school that offers teens the opportunity to deeply explore who they are and who they want to become . Click below to learn more!

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