Campers get unique experience that incorporates art and technology.

Venture Lab Makerspace, an educational space for students to build and design, is offering 10 weeks of summer camps for students under Title 1 and Migrant Education grants. The summer camps are being held at Artpace San Antonio through August.

Camps run from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and are free for pre-qualifying students.  Students incorporate art elements as they build and design using Tinkercad software and Google Maps.

Venture Lab, a start-up based at Geekdom, will also host other camps geared to exposing young girls to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). High school students can also learn the basics of starts ups build innovative products. Learn more about VentureLab High School Startup.

VentureLab’s mission is to empower young people to be next generation innovators and entrepreneurs through inspiration, experiential learning and mentorship. The programs are built around the ESTEAM philosophy (Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology Engineering, Arts and Math). The nonprofit was started by Dr. Luz Cristal Glangchai, Mark Barnett and two interns from Trinity University.

For more information, email Kelsey Karsten at

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