Winter Break Programs for Kids & Teens at The DAE in Westchester County

 

Winter Break Programs for Kids & Teens at The DAE in Westchester County – The Digital Arts Experience (The DAE) is pleased to offer programs for kids and teens during the holiday season. With many choices on programs to choose from, we want kids to have fun while learning something new and staying engaged during their break.

For the week of 12/26 to 12/30, we will be running morning & afternoon programs running from 9:30AM to 3:30PM. The morning session runs from 9:30AM to 12:00PM while the afternoon session runs from 1:00PM to 3:30PM. Students can come for either session, or for the full day! Early drop off & late pickup options also available.

Programs range from 3D Printing, Animation, Computer Programming, Digital Drawing Game Design, LEGO Moviemaking & Minecraft themed classes as well. Click here to view the complete schedule of classes.


 

Won’t be around during holiday break? That’s okay! We will also be running 2 Holiday-themed 3D Printing workshops so that you’ll have a chance to design and print your own original decorations or trinkets! On Friday, 12/16 or Monday 12/19 – drop in anytime between 3 & 6:30PM! Click here to view the 3D Printing workshop schedule.


 

ON THE HORIZON:

Open House – January 12th 5-7PM

Minecraft Tournament – January 14th 10AM, 12:30PM or 3PM

January Classes begin – Week of January 16th


The Digital Arts Experience
170 Hamilton Ave, Suite 100
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 644-8100
The Digital Arts Experience aims to provide a unique opportunity for the kids & teens of the Westchester, Rockland and Fairfield communities to explore the world of creative technology, digital art, STEM related fields and more!

Our programs are goal oriented and focus on hands on learning so each and every student will complete his or her class with incredible original work that can go towards creating a portfolio.

We strive to expose our students to the digital world in order to help them discover new talents and possible career paths.

YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/digitalartexperience
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Website: http://www.TheDAE.com
E-Mail: info@TheDAE.com

 

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New Class Offerings in January 2017 at The Digital Arts Experience

As we ring in the new year, our new semester of classes is scheduled to begin the week of January 17th with the first 6-weeks ending the week of February 28th, and the full 12-weeks the week of March 18th.

We are very excited to announce that this January we will have a total of 3 brand new class offerings for our Winter 2017 semester at The Digital Arts Experience.

Product Design, Tabletop Game Design have been added as well as a class called Minecraft Makers that will be taught by Curious on Hudson here at The DAE!

Minecraft Makers is a class in collaboration with Curious on Hudson, using a Makey Makey kit, young inventors will learn about the basic concepts of electronics, and take their Minecraft creative mode experience to the next level. Students will design a variety of controllers that they will make from wood, cardboard, and other raw materials then use these controllers to play the game. The controllers include a floor pad and handmade hoe, pick-ax and shovel. Students learn how computer inputs are used to control game play in the context of a game they already love to play.

Minecraft Makers is for ages 6-8 and will run on Saturdays from 11am to noon.

Product Design the perfect advanced class for those students who have taken an introductory 3D Printing class. Students will focus on the design process by solving real world problems and creating design solutions. Students will design, model, 3D print and test their own originally designed products. In addition, students will also design a logo and a promotional poster for their products!

Product Design is for ages 13-16 and will run on Saturdays from 12:45pm to 2:45pm.

Tabletop Game Design is another new class we are bringing to the table. First students will play different board games to examine different styles and forms of play. In the second half of the class, students will design a game using what they have learned and then work as a group to create a final product. The software used will vary depending on the designed game, however the most commonly used items are Photoshop and Illustrator for design purposes and Tinkercad for 3D printing.

Tabletop Game Design is for ages 13-16 and will run on Thursdays from 5 to 6:30pm.

For more information on our Winter 2017 schedule please visit thedae.com, call us at 914-644-8100 or email info@thedae.com

Also feel free to join us at our Open House on January 12th from 5-7pm!

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