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STEMarts Bootcamps@HIVE

Starting in January we will begin a series of four Saturday hands-on STEMarts Bootcamps sponsored by UNM-HIVE.  Each one is designed for a specific audience: The STEMarts Apprentice Bootcamp to train apprentices who will be leading subsequent Bootcamps; Explore space through VR for teens; STEAM VR for Teachers; and Become a STEMarts Ambassador. Bootcamps are led by guest artists, scientists and specialists through in-person/virtual workshop sessions. Learn more

Space Messengers@2022

The Space Messengers Immersive Mixed Reality (IMR) installation and STEMarts international youth exchange was presented in three festivals/countries in 2022 and engaged over 200 students in direct workshops, apprenticeship and ambassador programs. Through the Space Messengers curriculum, students contribute their 'space messages' which become part of the final installation. Through the festivals we had thousands of participants engage with the student-created installation. Learn more

Become a STEMarts Ambassador

We have expanded access to the STEMarts International program through our STEMarts Ambassador program. This program allows youth leaders ages 14-29 to join, receive training and become part of the Space Messengers team through out-of-school opportunities. STEMarts Ambassadors serve as VR station facilitators and 'Experience Guides' in person or as Avatars for the Space Messengers immersive installation touring the world. Learn more

Space Messengers is made possible in part by the Citizen Diplomacy Action Fund for U.S. Alumni; an opportunity sponsored by the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government and administered by Partners of the Americas. This project is supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts

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