Curriculum Tools


The PASEO Festival

STEMarts Lab partnered with the Paseo Project from 2014-2019 to deliver the STEMarts@PASEO Youth Program and online curriculum tools providing STEAM activities, tech resources and science standard alignments built around the visiting Paseo artists that integrated STEM into their art-making process. Access the free STEAM activities for 2017-2019 festivals.

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Space Messengers

STEMarts Lab has designed and produced, Space Messengers, a multi-artist traveling "mixed reality" installation and international youth exchange. The space-themed curriculum is created in partnership with artists and experts from renowned laboratories such as CERN, NASA, and LANL. Access the speaker videos and activity guides and become part of this international sci-art project.

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Lowrider Design Challenge

STEMarts Lab partnered with Seco Live to create the Lowrider Design Challenge that launched in the fall of 2021 and was open to all Taos County Middle and High Schools. Students designed their own 'Lowrider of the future', exploring the latest science and technology to inform their designs. Access the lowrider curriculum to integrate the STEAM activities into your classroom.

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BioMachine Design Challenge

The BioMachine Design Challenge was created through a partnership with Taos Land Trust and artist, Ana MacArthur who designed the Pollinator Concentrator, a site-specific, interspecies installation at the Rio Fernando Park in Taos New Mexico. Access the BioSTEAM curriculum addressing the concern of pollinator decline and biodiversity loss through nature-inspired design.

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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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