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Hudson Data Jam: How to Tell a Science Story with Art

Data Jam is an opportunity for students in grades 6-12, plus families, to explore ecological datasets, creatively communicate the stories they tell, and win cash prizes. Write a song, record a video, create a book, paint a mural – your imagination is the limit!

Guest speaker: Bowie Zunino; Co-Director of The Wassaic Project, a nonprofit arts community and education space

Finding creative inspiration using what you have on hand

Learn how to use different materials and mediums to communicate data in a fun, effective, and engaging way.

Past Data Jamming

We will showcase exemplary projects from previous years to spark ideas for the wide range of artistic possibilities to explore.

Creative brainstorming

Share your ideas and learn from fellow Data Jammers!

Thank you to our generous Data Jam supporters: Adams Fairacre Farms, Central Hudson, M&T Bank, Chazen, A LaBella Company, and Price Chopper's Golub Foundation.

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