Events for Teens

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.  

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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.  

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.  

June

Gaming Through the Ages: Exploring the Rise and Fall of Ancient Civilizations

Like playing board games? Ever wondered what life was like in ancient China and Scandinavia? Come play board games and investigate life in ancient times with us! We’ll explore our two brand new exhibits, Cyrus Tang Hall of China and Vikings, meet the scientists behind the exhibits, go behind-the-scenes, and examine what life was like thousands of years ago. We’ll play board games throughout the week based on life in ancient civilizations and talk about what these game makers get right about life in ancient times and what they get totally wrong.

Gaming Through the Ages: Exploring the Rise and Fall of Ancient Civilizations

Teen Summer Workshops  June 22 – August 7th Our digital learning summer workshops are crash courses in the newest scientific research and media technology. Teens will be immersed in an intensive short program where they will design anything from games to 3D fabrications. These creations will help engage the public in conversations about The Field Museum’s collections and research. One week workshops are $49/$39 for members

July

Game Design: Exploring the Rise and Fall of Ancient Civilizations

Come hang out at The Field Museum’s Grainger Digital Media Studio and explore game design and ancient civilizations. Travel back in time and investigate the culture and society of daily life in ancient China through our new exhibit, Cyrus Tang Hall of China. Learn how China and other ancient civilizations progressed through warfare, political upheaval, trade and cultural advancement. Play games about ancient civilizations and then design your own analog or digital game!

Game Design: Exploring the Rise and Fall of Ancient Civilizations

Teen Summer Workshops  June 22 – August 7th Our digital learning summer workshops are crash courses in the newest scientific research and media technology. Teens will be immersed in an intensive short program where they will design anything from games to 3D fabrications. These creations will help engage the public in conversations about The Field Museum’s collections and research. One week workshops are $49/$39 for members

Designing Objects with Meaning: Cultural Symbolism in Ancient Civilizations

Explore the artifacts recovered from a 13th century Java Sea Shipwreck, investigate the meaning of the color yellow and discover the stories beneath the surface in the Cyrus Tang Hall of China.  Teens will learn about the meaning behind the symbols that adorn the objects and clothing that were used in daily life in ancient China. Using 3D design tools, teens will then design and make an object that tells their own story. Teens will experience behind-the-scenes tours and will meet the scientists behind the Cyrus Tang Hall of China.

Designing Objects with Meaning: Cultural Symbolism in Ancient Civilizations

Teen Summer Workshops  June 22 – August 7th Our digital learning summer workshops are crash courses in the newest scientific research and media technology. Teens will be immersed in an intensive short program where they will design anything from games to 3D fabrications. These creations will help engage the public in conversations about The Field Museum’s collections and research. One week workshops are $49/$39 for members