To showcase the power of STEAM education, Suncoast Arts Fest has partnered Art Teacher, Kellie Silvey, and her team of volunteers from Sanders Memorial Elementary School, Pasco County’s STEAM magnet school, to bring the community free demonstrations and art projects in our Art Makerspace. These fun-filled activities are sure to WOW participants of all ages! Try one or all of these fascinating and fun projects!
Ozobots – Watch this funny little robot use coding to follow the lines as you draw them!
Little Bits Synth Kit – Create your own instruments and electronic music.
Stop Motion Animation – Learn techniques for animating LEGO® action figures, clay and green screen technology!
Sound Frequency Sand ExperimentNT – Create moving patterns using different sound frequencies.
Color Bots – Create a work of art using robots made from recycled materials. Tinker from circuit wires, to small batteries, to old toothbrush motors.
Watercolor Bots – Create a beautiful masterpiece using computer technology to program this robot to paint a picture!
Drawdio Pencils – This electronic pencil will make music while you draw!
Makey Makey – Compose electronic music with….FRUIT???
Osmo Masterpiece – Turn your iPad into a drawing tool. With Masterpiece, you’ll get the proportion and perspective just right!
All festival proceeds are donated back to the community through the Arts for Kids mini-grant program, which provides funding for fine and performing arts projects in Pasco schools. You can help us meet our goals by making a tax deductible contribution to Fine Arts of the Suncoast.
Suncoast Arts Fest is produced by Fine Arts of the Suncoast, Inc. a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to its mission to develop a community culture that embraces the arts. All festival proceeds are donated back to the community through “Arts for Kids” mini-grants, which provide special project support for fine and performing arts projects in Pasco County schools. In total, SAF has awarded over $91,000 for the benefit of over 15,000 area children and teens.