Playable Fashion 2014-2015


Playable Fashion is a free teen program that explores the intersections between Fashion, Technology and Gaming. Youth learn the concepts and techniques behind them in order to create their own digital games and wearable technology projects. See photographs from Playable Fashion 2014-2015 here!

AFTER SCHOOL WORKSHOPS: Free! No experience necessary!

This free after-school program is comprised of four sessions that cover different topics from game design theory, coding theory, wearable technology, and game modification. Professional game designers Ramsey Nasser and Kaho Abe will lead youth in this exploration. Students can register for one, multiple, or all four of the sessions to learn about the topics of their choice! The program is free and open to all between the ages of 14 and 19! Free snacks and Metro Passes will be provided! Register here!

February 3rd and 4th 3:30PM - 6PM:
Play and think like a game designer. 

February 10th and 11th 3:30PM - 6PM:
Learn code logic through gaming. 

February 17th and 18th 11AM - 4PM (all day during break, lunch will be provided):
Make game controllers and mod games.

February 24th and 25th 3:30PM - 6PM:
Learn to code and sew game interfaces.

The after school program will take place at:
Eyebeam 34 35th St 
5th Floor
Brooklyn, NY


D, N, R trains to 36th street
B37 bus to 34th street

Questions? Email Brigid Walsh at



To read information about Playable Fashion 2013-2014 click HERE!


Check out this video about Playable Fashion from New Learning Times!

Playable Fashion is made possible by generous funding from the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in the New York Community Trust.