Public Programs

Beall Center Public Programs

The Donald R. and Joan F. Beall Center for Art and Technology is a research and exhibition center that explores new relationships between the arts, sciences, and engineering, promoting new forms of creation and expression. The Beall Center's public programs provide opportunities for adult groups by offering private tours and lectures, and opportunities for K-12 children, their families, and their teachers to participate in Family Day event activities, workshops and presentations incorporating art and technology.

The Beall Center offers summer camps that spark the minds of teenagers through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) education focusing on team problem-solving, creative thinking.  For information and registration click HERE.

In addition, The Beall Center exercises its commitment to education through its support of the Claire Trevor School of the Arts Creative Connections, the undergraduate Digital Arts Minor and CTSA Outreach programs for middle & high school students.

 

For more information on public programs at the Beall Center contact Samantha Haug at syoungha@uci.edu.