Arts Collective After School (ACAS)
Arts Collective After School (ACAS) is a program on the yard of the Mt. Washington Elementary School campus from 2:30 to 4:30. ACAS will invite different groups on to the campus for these days that focus on science, technology, engineering and the arts. The projects will emphasize collaborative learning, both analytical and intuitive methodologies, problem solving and critical thinking. Most importantly they will provide a space in the school for a more open, explorative, experimental approach to making. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who can participate in the ACAS programs?
ACAS is free and open to all students, including STAR, Beyond the Bell and anyone who is on the yard.
Check-out what’s coming up this year at ACAS!
11/4/16 – Lonnie Marshall – RUBBABoX PlAySHop
12/16 – LA Makerspace – E-textile – Hack a Plushie
02/3/17 – ACAS/Edible School Garden/Enrich LA DIY Tote Bag Event
03/3/17 – TBD
04/7/17 – Edible School Garden – garden flags(sewing/printing)
05/5/17 – The Lab – Engineering
If you would like to be involved with ACAS please contact email@example.com
More information on this year’s ACAS programs:
LoNNie MARSHALL’s RUBBABoX pLAySHoP
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In this workshop, students will CREATE and DESIGN their OWN ART RECYCLED INSTRUMENTS and EXPERIENCE Performing them!
This is a donation based workshop, no one turned away. All donations for the instructor are appreciated & welcome. This workshop is part of the event
VIBES: A High Frequency Happy Hour!
Maker Education is interest-driven, hands-on learning using the Making process: breaking down your goals into component parts, finding and accessing necessary information, and teaching yourself the skills to achieve them.
Maker Education can be used to teach many skills, but most importantly, it teaches how to learn.
When you learn in a Maker style, you learn:
Resilience: When you make a project hands-on, you quickly learn that “failure” is just information to help you improve your design and succeed.
Confidence: When you succeed in solving the problems that come up in making, you learn you are able to solve all kinds of problems, in your schoolwork and in all areas of life.
Innovation and Creativity: When there is no “right way,” you learn how to invent new ways.
To learn more about LA Makerspace- Visit their website www.lamakerspace.org