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60 Sackett St
Brooklyn, NY, 11231
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(347) 470-6747

Beam Center is a Brooklyn-based community of learning where artists guide young creators aged 6 to 18. Our hands-on programs in technology, imagination and craft help young people build their character, courage to think for themselves, and capacity for collaboration and invention.

Festival

A weekend of creation and imagination featuring workshops, drop-in activities, and one big collaborative project!

2015
Inventgenuity Festival

Saturday, January 24
Sunday, January 25
11am-5pm

51 BERGEN STREET
BROOKLYN

THIS WEEKEND'S INVENTGENUITY FESTIVAL IS ON REGARDLESS OF WEATHER!

ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED, WALK UPS WELCOME AFTER 2PM

Once you've registered for admission you can sign-up in advance for one of our cool 45-minute workshops where kids 7 and up can make Marionettes, Drawing Robots, Air-powered boats, Coin-flipping Rube Goldberg Machines, and Analog Video Art! Limited availability at the door!

JANUARY 24 & 25 –  Beam Center holds its annual Inventgenuity Festival, a hands-on celebration of technology, imagination and craft for young people in 2nd grade and up. Kids will explore this year’s Festival theme of “Balance” in workshops led by Beam Center faculty and by collaborating to build a twenty-foot tall spinning sculpture designed by Brett Van Aalsburg.

Images from the 2014 Inventgenuity Festival By Zena Pesta

Photos from Brooklyn Inventgenuity 2013  by Emily Wilson and Simon Courchel