The STEAM for Social Change Program had a great time learning about the diverse holidays of the season and participating in STEAM based activities... Read More
The BSMART News Team recently ventured out in the field to interview Syntyché Franchella at Dehya Yoga Studios in Laurelton. It is always a fascinating... Read More
This week, I thought it would be fun to have the students tackle traditional versus digital art. As a warm-up exercise, students constructed cubeecraft figures made from... Read More
Last week, the students at Jamaica SDA had a chance to experiment with harnessing the power of energy to create tiny dancing figurines. Using simple... Read More
Our 6th-8th students are still busy working on their “Who Am I?” Wall Hanging/Banners with the theme of exploring and defining identity. This past week... Read More
With Christmas just around the corner, the students were tasked with creating a Christmas card using Adobe Photoshop. Having spent the last few weeks learning the... Read More
This week our students at Macon Library learned how to write their own stories and design books to accompany their fairy tales they wrote!... Read More
This month, the students revisited the idea of what social change means to them and their community. Each student was tasked with created a pop-up page depicting a... Read More
Using your inner body is not the same as listening to your inner voice. To excel the inner body a person must be able... Read More
Students in grades 6-8 are working on a variety of ways to explore identity. This being our theme, they are currently engaging in self... Read More
DIVAS (Digital Interactive Visual Arts Sciences) for Social Justice aims to bridge the digital divide by combining media literacy and cultural awareness along with a vast understanding of technology to encourage young women in under served communities to pursue careers in computer science and new media.
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