Museum's 'Second Saturday Science' program showcased exhibitions from ICAT


The Institute of Creativity, Arts, and Technology took some of its projects on the road, bringing a group of interactive exhibitions that merged creative technologies with the arts and education to the Science Museum of Western Virginia for its “Second Saturday Science” program. Children of all ages had the opportunity to virtually visit a Native American village near Jamestown, Va., during the time of early English settlement; see their dance moves transformed into digital art; and experiment with robots that respond to light and touch, among other activities. The event was the result of a budding partnership between the institute and the Science Museum of Western Virginia.

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