we often think of stem fields (science, technology, engineering, and math) as separate from the arts, but the truth is that art can play an important role in stem! we often say STEAM instead. maine state library’s stem librarian, chris dorman, will visit to lead an exciting stem activity with robots. students will meet the robots dash, dot and que; they will help to create cool robots that can draw! students will also have the opportunity to explore the library and learn more about career paths in the library science field.
slice (students learning innovative creative endeavors) is a pilot provides young adults with unique experiences to learn more about career paths in the creative arts. students ages 13-19 explore the behind-the-scenes operations at a historic opera house, an award-winning public library, a vibrant community art studio and education space, a nationally recognized art museum, a local music center, and an independent arthouse cinema. partnering with arts professionals throughout the city, each afternoon will be filled with interesting programming, inspiration, and pizza.
Free | Pre-Registration Required