This Spring, the Multnomah County Library is offering STEAM education, all free, with workshops and camps by Pixel Arts. Check our calendar for Twine workshops, a Spring Break Camp, and every Saturday starting April 4th, the Pixel Pad at Rockwood Library’s Innovation Station.
Tell Stories in Twine
Tell a story or design a game using an open-source tool for telling interactive stories. This is an introductory camp to Twine. Participants will learn a new program they can continue to use and create a product they can share on the web to friends and family
Gregory Heights: https://multcolib.org/events/tell-stories-twine/38235
The Pixel Pad at Rockwood Library Innovation Station
Come to The Pixel Pad every Saturday at the Rockwood Innovation Station. Teens should expect to increase their knowledge in art, animation, computer science, programming and design. Create your own characters, build the game from scratch, add sound effects, and share with your friends. Every Saturday is a different theme with a special Pixel Pad Game Jam every fifth Saturday of the month.