Kids | Visual Art

Teknopolis

 
Ages 6+
 
Feb 24—Mar 11, 2018
 
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Discover a vibrant virtual world to inspire and activate artists of all ages. BAM's second tech takeover features four floors of immersive stories, digital music-making, liquid visuals, and so many more ways to combine code and creativity, art and technology.

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Please note: Each person, regardless of age, must have a ticket to attend BAM programs. Due to the nature of Teknopolis’s interactive exhibits, adults will need to physically accompany children in their party at all times.
 
 
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Teknopolis 2018
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Discover an array of interactive installations at the intersection of art and technology.

Feb 24—Mar 11, 2018