What better way to celebrate Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (aka STEAM) through the experience of a carnival? The Carnival will be filled with high-tech games, interactive installations, dynamic build zones, round the clock stage shows, lab demos, aerialists, artists, food, and more.
...And of course, the Magic Box!
Sustainable Magic will be there with the Magic Box, exhibiting the tools and capabilities of our high-tech traveling workshop and also spreading inspiration with our interactive robotic LED art.
So, please, join us: Come play Friday from 10am-5pm, and Saturday & Sunday from 10am-6pm at Pier 48 at AT&T Park.
Tickets available here and you can learn more about the event here.
We hope to see some familiar faces at the carnival. And if you're interested in helping out and volunteering some of your time please email us. There are perks! (And we can do this without your help!)
See you there!
Check out this snippet of what you can expect to see, do and experience at the STEAM Carnival:
About Two Bit Circus, creators of the STEAM Carnival
STEAM Carnival is the creation of Los Angeles-based engineering entertainment company Two Bit Circus. This interdisciplinary team of artists, inventors, engineers, educators, and entrepreneurs is passionate about reimagining all forms of entertainment to inspire kids of all ages. Members of the team have been on-camera inventors for network television, built viral videos for rock bands, and have created massive spectacles for large brands. Clients include Amazon, Intel, the Girls Scouts of America, and Dave & Buster’s.
Sustainable Magic is a growing collective of technology-inspired artists, makers, and educators founded by Sean Stevens and Ashley Newton and based in San Francisco. We make interactive art to share and inspire people to want to create, then teach them how using our high-tech traveling maker studio, the Magic Box; we also create immersive interactive art experiences for public and private events. We seek to inspire and empower people to step out of their comfort zone and to learn new skills and approaches to creating, problem solving, and collaborating using high tech tools like 3D printers and laser cutters, Arduino and robotics. We help people have the confidence and capability to change "What if?" into "Let's try!" And, for those with more experience, we help them take it to the next level.
Educational programming occurs in partnership with the 5th Annual Bay Area Science Festival. STEAM Carnival focuses on STEAM rather than STEM to emphasize the importance of art, highlighting its contribution to invention and innovation. Let’s inspire more creative thinkers and doers through playful, meaningful, immersive experiences!