Events for Teens

January

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Make Field Museum science games!

Biodiversity Arcade

Like playing games? Join us this winter as we make games about underwater ecosystems! We’ll explore The Field Museum’s collections and research on life underneath the deep blue sea and explore the aquatic evolutionary tree of life. Teens will learn to program in Scratch and translate what they learn about Field Museum science into biodiversity video games. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 - 6:20pm.   

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Make Field Museum science games!

Biodiversity Arcade

Like playing games? Join us this winter as we make games about underwater ecosystems! We’ll explore The Field Museum’s collections and research on life underneath the deep blue sea and explore the aquatic evolutionary tree of life. Teens will learn to program in Scratch and translate what they learn about Field Museum science into biodiversity video games. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 - 6:20pm.   

February

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Make Field Museum science games!

Biodiversity Arcade

Like playing games? Join us this winter as we make games about underwater ecosystems! We’ll explore The Field Museum’s collections and research on life underneath the deep blue sea and explore the aquatic evolutionary tree of life. Teens will learn to program in Scratch and translate what they learn about Field Museum science into biodiversity video games. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 - 6:20pm.   

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Make Field Museum science games!

Biodiversity Arcade

Like playing games? Join us this winter as we make games about underwater ecosystems! We’ll explore The Field Museum’s collections and research on life underneath the deep blue sea and explore the aquatic evolutionary tree of life. Teens will learn to program in Scratch and translate what they learn about Field Museum science into biodiversity video games. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 - 6:20pm.   

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Make Field Museum science games!

Biodiversity Arcade

Like playing games? Join us this winter as we make games about underwater ecosystems! We’ll explore The Field Museum’s collections and research on life underneath the deep blue sea and explore the aquatic evolutionary tree of life. Teens will learn to program in Scratch and translate what they learn about Field Museum science into biodiversity video games. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 - 6:20pm.   

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Tell a story through 3D printing.

Cultural Material: 3D

Objects tell stories. Learn how The Field Museum uses 3D technologies to preserve objects and the stories they tell. Get first-hand experience working in 3D software and design your own 3D object to be printed at the end of the program. Design and fabricate anything from a 3D printed video game controller to a biomechanically inspired object of your choosing. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm.  

March

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Tell a story through 3D printing.

Cultural Material: 3D

Objects tell stories. Learn how The Field Museum uses 3D technologies to preserve objects and the stories they tell. Get first-hand experience working in 3D software and design your own 3D object to be printed at the end of the program. Design and fabricate anything from a 3D printed video game controller to a biomechanically inspired object of your choosing. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm.  

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Tell a story through 3D printing.

Cultural Material: 3D

Objects tell stories. Learn how The Field Museum uses 3D technologies to preserve objects and the stories they tell. Get first-hand experience working in 3D software and design your own 3D object to be printed at the end of the program. Design and fabricate anything from a 3D printed video game controller to a biomechanically inspired object of your choosing. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm.  

img_1436.jpg

Tell a story through 3D printing.

Cultural Material: 3D

Objects tell stories. Learn how The Field Museum uses 3D technologies to preserve objects and the stories they tell. Get first-hand experience working in 3D software and design your own 3D object to be printed at the end of the program. Design and fabricate anything from a 3D printed video game controller to a biomechanically inspired object of your choosing. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm.  

img_1436.jpg

Tell a story through 3D printing.

Cultural Material: 3D

Objects tell stories. Learn how The Field Museum uses 3D technologies to preserve objects and the stories they tell. Get first-hand experience working in 3D software and design your own 3D object to be printed at the end of the program. Design and fabricate anything from a 3D printed video game controller to a biomechanically inspired object of your choosing. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm.  

April

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Tell a story through 3D printing.

Cultural Material: 3D

Objects tell stories. Learn how The Field Museum uses 3D technologies to preserve objects and the stories they tell. Get first-hand experience working in 3D software and design your own 3D object to be printed at the end of the program. Design and fabricate anything from a 3D printed video game controller to a biomechanically inspired object of your choosing. Free and open to teens ages 14-18 with a valid school or state ID. Teens must enter through the West Doors of the Museum, program runs from 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm.