Our Workshop During Steam Nite at James Baldwin High School - Manhattan, NYC

Photo of art work by our Founder and Art Program Director, Antony Posada from Steam Nite 2016.

Photo of art work by our Founder and Art Program Director, Antony Posada from Steam Nite 2016.

We recently participated in a workshop at James Baldwin High School at 351 W 18th St, Manhattan, NY 10011. 

The event was called Steam Nite and it involved students teaching their peers about their latest experiments and creations combining science fair and a maker fair in one evening. 

Project Attica delivered a stencil-cutting workshop teaching students and parents about how to use the stencil knife, the stencil paper, and how to use an image to then create a cut-out design.  

We really enjoyed the opportunity of providing this spin off of our regular workshop and as always we enjoyed working with students and staff from The James Baldwin High School. 


Would you like to host one of our Artivism workshops at your school or non-profit? We would love to hear from you! Contact us!

Since 2011, Project Attica has brought Artivism – a free, dynamic, visual art, interactive workshop to students in New York City. Held in middle schools, high schools and community organizations in the city, Artivism provides students with a space to create works of art by expressing their views about social justice issues on wearable canvases.