Little Bits & LEGOs Circuitry Workshops for Kids LEGO Robotics Camps Gadgets and Devices: Innovating with the Great Inventors Building Quest: Design through Minecraft Make a Gift to MODA 3D Printing Classes for Families Little Bits Circuitry Camps Coding with Scratch Sustainable Shelter: Dwelling Within the Forces of Nature Second Sundays are Pay-What-You-Wish Days!

Little Bits & LEGOs Circuitry Workshops for Kids

LittleBits are color-coded “Bits modules” that snap together magnetically to make it easy for children to learn about electronics while building simple circuits and inventive projects in seconds — from flickering lanterns to piggy banks to light-sensitive cars. And they’re compatible with LEGOs!

Little Bits & LEGOS Circuitry Classes, ages 8-12 In our Little Bits Circuitry classes, children ages 8-12 will build electric circuits and use them to bring LEGO creations to life by making them light up, vibrate and make sounds.

Click here to see times and dates of classes or to register.

LEGO Robotics Camps

Offered at Georgia Tech and at The Lovett School, our LEGO Robotics camps are great for kids ages 6-12 who want to learn basic robotic engineering, programming principles, and science, technology, engineering and math concepts.

For more information, click here.

Gadgets and Devices: Innovating with the Great Inventors

Offered at Georgia Tech, our Gadgets and Devices camps teach kids 8-12 about the remarkable machines designed and built by great innovators like Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo, Michelangelo and others. As you study their devices and build your own, learn how these designers solved difficult problems by inventing gadgets and devices that could dive deep under the sea, lift heavy objects high in the air, see into the far reaches of the universe, and fly through the sky.

For more information, click here.

Building Quest: Design through Minecraft

Offered at Georgia Tech and at MODA, our Building Quest: Design through Minecraft camps offers kids ages 8-12 to use design, math, creativity and critical thinking to create awesome constructions in Minecraft and to take home 3D prints of some of their favorite builds.

 For more information, click here.

Make a Gift to MODA

MODA shares compelling stories and hands-on experiences that demonstrate how design is making the world a better place.

In this and other ways, MODA is a small but mighty organization that’s making a difference in Atlanta. Our exhibitions, lectures, classes, and field trips empower kids and adults to experience design as a problem solving process.

With the help of friends like you, we’ve been a vital part of Atlanta’s cultural landscape for 25 years. Please join us as we continue to explore design as a powerful force for positive change.

Your contribution in any amount will make a difference.

Give online by clicking here or mail your gift to 1315 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30309

To make a gift of stock, please call us at 404-856-5963.

3D Printing Classes for Families

These fun workshops allow parents or caregivers to team up with kids aged 6-12 for an introduction 3D design and printing!

Using an easy-to-use 3D design software, they’ll learn how to manipulate basic shapes, symbols and texts to create an object that we print on our Makerbot© Replicator© 2 Desktop 3D Printers.

Families will leave the class with a basic knowledge of 3D design. Due to print times, items will be ready for pick-up within a few days.

Upcoming classes include:

  • Design & Print Snowflakes
  • Design & Print Robots
  • Design & Print a Mockingjay Pin

  • For more information or to register, click here.

    Little Bits Circuitry Camps

    Offered at MODA, our Little Bits Circuitry Camps gives kids 8-12 an easy and powerful way to prototype and learn with electronics. Using Little Bits electronic modules that snap together with magnets, they can create anything!

    For more information click here.

    Coding with Scratch

    Do your kids like to solve challenging problems?

    Do they want to learn some computer science?

    Would they enjoy making amazing games, drawings, and songs online?

    Imaginations can run wild in tour multimedia Coding with Scratch workshops!

    Upcoming Coding with Scratch Workshops

    Kids will create their your own interactive stories, animated adventures, creative comics, and games while learning drag-and-drop programming with Scratch (a project of the MIT Media Lab). Computer characters are at their command!

    At MODA, our instructors teach kids 8-15 how to use Scratch and encourage them to innovate, collaborate and reason in a logical and efficient ways.

    Visit this webpage to see times and dates of classes offered in the coming months.

    Sustainable Shelter: Dwelling Within the Forces of Nature

    January 18 - April 5, 2015

    Sustainable Shelter: Dwelling Within the Forces of Nature discusses the techniques through which animals and humans have adapted to differing environments through an amazing diversity of structures.

    The exhibition investigates the ways that human dwellings extract, use, and discard energy, water and other precious natural resources and reveals innovative new design solutions that can help restore the health and viability of Earth's natural environment.

    Sustainable Shelters is organized by the Bell Museum of Natural History at the University of Minnesota.

    At MODA, the exhibition is sponsored by The Kendeda Fund, the Jamestown Foundation, the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs, Structor Group, and Interface.

    Second Sundays are Pay-What-You-Wish Days!

    Sunday, December 14, 2014

    On the second Sunday of each month, admission to MODA is pay-what-you-wish during regular opening hours of 12pm to 5pm.

    Pay-what-you-wish tickets are available in person only and may not be purchased in advance.

    e last pay-what-you-wish days of 2014 will be December 14.
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    Little Bits & LEGOs Circuitry Workshops for Kids

    LittleBits are color-coded “Bits modules” that snap together magnetically to make it easy for children to learn about electronics while building simple circuits and inventive projects in seconds — from flickering lanterns to piggy banks to light-sensitive cars. And they’re compatible with LEGOs!

    Little Bits & LEGOS Circuitry Classes, ages 8-12

    In our Little Bits Circuitry classes, children ages 8-12 will build electric circuits and use them to bring LEGO creations to life by making them light up, vibrate and make sounds.

    Click here to see times and dates of classes or to register.

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    LEGO Robotics Camps

    Offered at Georgia Tech and at The Lovett School, our LEGO Robotics camps are great for kids ages 6-12 who want to learn basic robotic engineering, programming principles, and science, technology, engineering and math concepts.



    For more information, click here.

    More>>

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    Gadgets and Devices: Innovating with the Great Inventors

    Offered at Georgia Tech, our Gadgets and Devices camps teach kids 8-12 about the remarkable machines designed and built by great innovators like Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo, Michelangelo and others. As you study their devices and build your own, learn how these designers solved difficult problems by inventing gadgets and devices that could dive deep under the sea, lift heavy objects high in the air, see into the far reaches of the universe, and fly through the sky.



    For more information, click here.

    More>>

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    Building Quest: Design through Minecraft

    Offered at Georgia Tech and at MODA, our Building Quest: Design through Minecraft camps offers kids ages 8-12 to use design, math, creativity and critical thinking to create awesome constructions in Minecraft and to take home 3D prints of some of their favorite builds.



     For more information, click here.

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