Why is it always the grown-ups who get to shape the future, when it’s our kids who have to live there? That doesn’t make any sense at all! Lucky for Paris' little ones (and their folks), Hackidemia has a whole different take on architecting tomorrow–and it starts with a full day of hands-on workshops on Wednesday, November 27th at IESA multimédia.
Free for children ages 5 and up, Kids Hack the City is designed to “give kids’ imaginations a voice.” Among other offerings, participants can learn how to design video games, turn flowers and fruit into a drum machines and keyboards, extract DNA from strawberries, and create paper electronics.
While this event is free and open to the public, a (free!) ticket will be required for entry.
Registration: To reserve your spot/s, please register here.
Language: Tutors speak French & English, so the language of instruction will depend on the participants, big and small.
Cost: A recommended donation of 5-10 Euro is requested to cover the cost of materials. Donation jars will be on the workshop tables.
Schedule: The workshops will run continuously between 10:30-14:30. Activities will be drop-in, meaning participants can join in whenever they arrive and leave whenever they’ve had enough fun!
Age range: All ages are welcome. Under 5′s must participate with a guardian however.
Supervision: Guardians are requested to be in attendance.
What to bring: You are welcome to bring any refreshments, cookies, fruits and soft-drinks. And alo a smile on your face:)
Where to go: IESA multimédia, 5 rue Saint-Augustin, 75002, Paris, France