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60 Sackett St
Brooklyn, NY, 11231
United States

(718) 855-7600

Beam Center, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit organization, powers youth development and hands-on learning with creation, collaboration and educator professional development. Our programs and curricula in technology, imagination and craft connect with formal academic objectives and support student pathways to career and higher education.

Weekends at Beam Center


Insight Into ______! Free Sunday Workshops for students in grades 7 and up

Where middle and high schoolers can investigate, dive deep, make and learn.

Insight Into _______! workshops meet on Sundays from 1pm - 4pm, at Beam Center, 60 Sackett St in Brooklyn. The workshops are free with advance registration. Students can sign up for one or more at a time, but each workshop has limited capacity, so please only register for workshops your child will definitely be able to attend. 



Sunday, May 3, 1-4pm

Michael DeSutter

We’re going to use collage and it’s ability to recontextualize the recognizable to create new abstract worlds. Each participant will create their own collage work and collaborate on a larger piece.

Mike was born on a farm in Indiana in 1979. He holds a Bachelor of Arts, in Art Studies with a concentration in Photography, from Purdue University. In 2003 DeSutter moved to New York and now works as a freelance designer, and artist. He creates analog collages, which he has recently began exhibiting throughout NYC. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.