Join the Bakehouse for a family friendly day of art, tech, and science as we celebrate the kick-off of our 18-month odyssey to the Knight Arts Challenge winning Atlantis Miami Art Hack!
April 30, 2016
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Bakehouse Family Day 2016 will focus on the theme of Atlantis Miami, with artists and exhibitors explaining, exploring, and looking for possible solutions to the problem of sea level rise in Miami through kid friendly activities involving art, science, tech, or some combination of of these fields.
Activities will include everything from craft making and water play, to 3D printing projects and hands on science projects!
Kids will make clay sculptures and have 3D scans made from their creations
Using a laser cutter and up-cycled corrugated cardboard, Moonlighter has created a kit of parts for participants to create their own customized mini MIAMI billboards.
Visitors will adhere the MIAMI letters to the sign frame and customize it with various paint application options to create a unique and personalized piece. There will be various Miami icons available to accent the sign with, showcasing the participant's favorite aspects of Miami culture.
Wynwood Makers Camp:
3D modeling and printing, showing off a few games built by students and some virtual reality play, all while demonstrating what 01 does in their educational programming after-school and coming up, for their summer program, Wynwood Maker Camp, a 10-week exploratorium in electronics, wearables, computational fashion, virtual reality, gaming and more, divided into two-week sessions.
Bakehouse Art Complex Activities:
Create your own Mermaid Tails and Shark Fins
Rain cloud sun catchers
The Bakehouse will also open an Atlantis Miami exhibition featuring works from Xavier Cortada’s Clima and the interactive Submerged instillation from Home Eleven, mimicking the feeling of a future underwater world.
Confirmed Vendors and Participants Include:
BAC Resident Artists
Moonlighter Maker’s Space
Lulu's Ice Cream