Are you convinced that young women are going to save the world? Have you ever tried, failed, then tried again? Do the words art, coding, community engagement, computers, engineering, girl power, hydro-power, makers, math, new media, science, technology and women in leadership inspire you to get excited and make things? Then YOU have what it takes to become an INVENTOR GRRL! Led by techno-artist Olivia Hernández, Inventor Grrls will ask, imagine, plan and create solutions to community-based problems in partnership with women leaders in STEM. This 12-week class meets once a week after school at the Gould Evans design studio on Massachusetts Street, in addition to the Lawrence Arts Center. Field trips to the Bowersock Power Company, the Lawrence Creates Makerspace, and more included!



To ensure that STEAM learning remains accessible to all, the Lawrence Arts Center is offering two full scholarships to curious young girls grades 6-Apply for a full scholarship by downloading the Inventor Grrls Scholarship Application and submit your answer to the Front Desk by Monday, September 11! If you have questions about the scholarship application or how to become an Inventor Grrl, please contact Neal Barbour at