Part digital learning lab, part maker space, teck-e is a place where people, technology and ideas meet. At teck-e, young people get to make the things they love like websites, apps and video games. Our workshops offer students a fun and creative context in which to explore the tools of tomorrow. 


Classes at teck-e include: Gaming, Coding with Minecraft, 3D Printing, Wearable Design, Printed Circuitry using conductive ink, Photos and Photoshop with iPads and more!  

Sunday morning programs at the School at the International Center of Photography in mid-town Manhattan offer students, ages 8 to 13 the option to attend two classes in a row for an in-depth and exciting weekend morning.  Our partners with private schools including: Chapin, Dalton and Ethical Culture  help enrich the after school experience during the week.  In addition, summer programs are offered at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Southampton Arts Center and Hampton Country Day Camp.  

DIY Digital Paper Circuits

Using different techniques, such as conductive ink, copper tape and stencils, students learn how to build a functioning electronic circuit built on paper surface instead of traditional circuit boards.

Apr 23 – May 21, 2017
Sundays, 11:45 am – 1:00pm
Game Design

Develop and create digital games using a new programming language called Ready.

Apr 23 – May 21, 2017
Sundays, 10:00 – 11:30am
A student enjoys Minecraft on a Sunday morning.
teck-e provides hands-on learning.
An example of a final project made in Coding With Minecraft.


teck-e is an exciting new educational initiative dedicated to integrative STEAM (Science, Techology, Engineering, Art and Math) learning. We’ve created an environment where students are supported, challenged and stimulated together, receiving personalized attention while working in teams.