On April 13, 2013 the Children's Creativity Museum will host Creativity Day, a FREE day-long event that aims to define what creativity and innovation mean exactly, why they're important, and how we might teach these critical 21st century skills to kids and families.
Visitors of all ages are invited to meet featured innovators and community partners, and enjoy a variety of activities and programs such as:
● Facilitated workshops designed to build creative confidence in youth and families, including music production with Today’s Future Sound, Innovation Lab programming with Sifteo, Toontastic, and Curious Hat, activities with Performing Arts Workshop, and more
● Film screenings of Brain Power: From Neurons to Networks, including an exclusive,
memberonly discussion with awardwinning filmmaker Tiffany Shlain
● A guest panel exploring how creative development can be supported at home, in school, and beyond, including representatives from SF Arts Commission, Black
Girls CODE, the 5M Project and Pearson Inc.
This is a wonderful opportunity to meet educators at the museum as well as members of our Creative Community Counsel who will be hosting a community resource fair.
We hope to see you there, and please help spread the word!
Added to the calendar on Saturday Mar 30th, 2013 4:51 PM