STEAM Reimagined: New Fall Elementary Classes

STEAM Reimagined Programs Enrolling Now!

Recycling household materials into kites, inspiring  theatrical productions with entomology, animating memes, exploring the science behind magic shows, and printing with photosensitive stencils are just a few of the activities featured in our upcoming fall Artspace STEAM program. Starting in September, these classes for elementary students have been reimagined as one week intensives to emphasize projects combing visual arts, science, engineering, and mathematics. Join us in the studio this autumn for brand new offerings including:

Become a Bug

The Science of Screenprinting

Upcycled Kites

Break the Internet

Digital Arts Playground


Visit us online at the Lawrence Arts Center to enroll!



STEAM Selected for Harvard PEAR Study

In related news, the Lawrence Arts center was selected by the Harvard PEAR institute to participate in a national study as an effective provider of STEAM education. Recently, Youth Visual Arts Education Coordinator Neal Barbour worked with students enrolled in our summer youth programs to conduct this research. Striving to raise awareness of the importance of arts education, we are thrilled to receive this recognition at the national level. The data received from LAC participation will be available this October, and you can visit to learn more about the program and its mission.

Many of our new sessions begin the week of September 9th!

We hope to see you in the studio soon.