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Join us for a guided tour of MODA's Making Change: The Art and Craft of Activism exhibition with the exhibitions manager, Janelle Miniter!
If you’re interested in a design career, join us this summer for Teen Jam Summer Studio. We’ll be going on a week of field trips to different design studios in Atlanta. On these trips, you’ll talk to designers about their education and career path, you’ll learn about their work, try your hand at some design projects, and learn how to put together a portfolio.
Want to be an architect? Love playing Minecraft? Bring these two passions together with MODA’s Architectural Design with Minecraft camp!
Do you love LEGOs and robots? Do you like to take pictures and film the world around you? Have you ever wondered how movie trailers are made? Discover how to make your movie trailer at MODA’s LEGO Robotics for Aspiring Filmmakers half-day camp!
Does your young designer’s imagination take them on new adventures? Are they budding inventors and engineers that like to build with LEGOs? Make sense of the world this summer in the MODA’s Robotics: Tinkering with Circuits and Robots camp!
MODA Sustaining Members (ages 21+) are invited to join an exclusive morning tour of our current exhibition, Making Change: The Art & Craft of Activism. Sip mimosas while you get a crash course in Craftivism.
We’re serving up Raspberry Pi at MODA, Wednesday July 18! In collaboration with the Raspberry Pi Foundation, MODA is hosting a Raspberry Jam featuring drop-in sessions, communal show-and-tell, and much more.
Want to design the ultimate playground? How about adding robotics into the mix? Learn all this and more at MODA’s Design like an Engineer: Project Playground 2.0 camp!
Join us for a guided tour of MODA's Making Change: The Art and Craft of Activism exhibition with MODA’s Public Programming Director and craftivist, Jess Lewis.
Join us at MODA and learn how to use conductive thread and embroidery floss to create a embroidery designs that light up!
Join MODA for a studio visit of Atlanta Printmakers Studio led by resident artist Jamaal Barber.
Join us on July 12 at 6pm for a Design Conversation by Bonnie Siegler. Bonnie will discuss the power of imagery and the role it plays in social history. And she'll share some of the research that informs her new book, Signs of Resistance: A Visual History of Protest in America.
Want to be an architect? Love playing Minecraft? Bring these two passions together with MODA’s Architectural Design with Minecraft camp.
Are you curious about space? Have you ever wondered what’s out there? Do you ever think about what kinds of robots explore space and how we could live on an alien planet? Then imagine being able to prototype the design of a robot that could explore space at MODA’s Space Exploration: Design-Build Challenges with LEGO Robotics camp!
The second Sunday of every month is Family Free Day at MODA. So join us on Sunday, July 8 for E-Craftivism & Lantern Making.
Hamilton’s revolutionary message has struck the hearts of many, subverting the way people think about musicals and about American history. It’s only natural that we celebrate this by subverting something else traditional: cross stitch.
Highlighting the work of both black and brown designers, Design Like Me is a curated tour experience designed to engage visitors with the voices of those underrepresented in the design field.
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