Integrating Music and Arts into STEM curriculum with creative STEAM-focused experiences

STEAM Innovation Day

Partnering with STEAM Leadership Conference​

Friday, March 10

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Saturday, March 11

Keynote Speaker

Craig King @ 1:30 - 2:00pm

Craig King is the Chairman & Co-Founder of Rap Plug Academy and Rap Plug Live. King is an honoree of the Lifetime Achievement Award from President Barack Obama for his philanthropy with the youth. He attended Howard University where he majored in jazz and classical piano. During his sophomore year he was recruited to perform with Ray Charles for “The Black Requiem Tour” conducted by Quincy Jones. From there King went on to work on many Grammy award winning albums, soundtracks, television shows, commercials, tours and award ceremonies (Kanye West, Ludacris, Jazzy Jeff and Will Smith, Aaliyah etc.).
The newly appointed member of 100 Black Men of Atlanta class of 2022, King has also been named one of AT&T’s Black Future Makers. King has partnered with serial entrepreneur Rick Ross and Co Founder Branden Criss and global companies like AT&T Dream In Black, Apple Music, Ford (Produced Two Roll On Sister Commercials), Google, Microsoft, T-Mobile, Nike, Apple Music, BET, SXSW, Comcast Universal, Revolt, iHeart Radio + many more.

Music Technology Fair

@ 4:30 - 6:30pm

Get a sneak peek at what goes into the latest in music technology by visiting our music, art and technology fair. We’ll have all sorts of amazing instruments for you to play and explore. See musicians, artists, engineers, and makers showcase their latest work at this hands-on, interactive showcase

Guthman Competition - Jam Session of the Future

@ 7:00 - 9:00PM

The Guthman Musical Instrument Competition is one of the only competitions of its kind – an event dedicated to identifying the newest and greatest ideas in music. Every year, we invite musical inventors from around the world to share their creations and ideas about the future of music.

The Guthman Music, Art, and Technology Fair is presented by the Georgia Tech School of Music in partnership with the Atlanta Science Festival.