Meet the Facilitators: Amara Leipzig

Amara Leipzig is a Lead Facilitator, working at reDiscover Center since the beginning of 2019. They are an artist and educator with 6 years of teaching experience, working with kids from ages 5 to 65. Their artwork largely focuses on turning reclaimed materials into functional art objects via weaving and woodworking as Forgotten Hand...

High Five Device

A scissor mechanism lets you give high fives while social distancing! Young builders may need help cutting out the cardboard. Learn how to make a scissor mechanism Practice practical social distancing Be encouraging to others...

Nico Palermo

Meet the Facilitators – Nico Palermo

Nico Palermo loves kids, and they love him. Perhaps reDiscover's most sought after Facilitator, Nico builds instant rapport with tinkerers with his infectious enthusiasm, goofy humor, and authentic interest in every child he works with. Nico started with reDiscover as a high school intern in the earliest days of Tinkering Camp and has continued...

Mini Stomp Rockets

This project is a mini version of the big stomp rockets we like to do at reDiscover, and can be stomped or smashed with your hands to send a rocket, bird, plane, or flying saucer to the sky! Note: Make sure no planes, satellites, or siblings are in the blast zone before firing. Water...

Meet the Interns: Natalie Guerra

Natalie Guerra is originally from Santa Barbara, CA but has been a Los Angeles resident for over 7 years. She is currently finishing the bachelor program with a major in Psychology, at Antioch University of Los Angeles. She is also starting  the Masters program in April to be a Clinical Psychologist. Natalie wants to...

Meet the Interns: Allie Carr

Allie Carr is a senior art history major at Loyola Marymount University. She is the newest intern at reDiscover Center starting January 2020. Allie grew up in San Diego with a passion for the arts. She attended art classes and camps in the summer, and soon fell in love with art education. Allie is...

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