We want to inspire the next generation to look at Science, Technology & Art in new ways and come up with innovative ways to solve problems. Engineering is not only for building bridges, but it can be used to design new music, new approaches in digital media and new tech that you wear with flair. Art is not only for drawing pretty pictures, but rather Artists are discoverers as well as creators. They can use technology to create art and investigate new science – giving us a new perspective on our world.

It’s a place to introduce and celebrate Louisiana’s achievements within Science, Technology & Art. A place for people to learn about new opportunities developing right here in Baton Rouge.

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FutureFest Student Work
April 28

Features Student Projects in digital art, video games and animation - sign ups are now being accepted! In conjunction with the FutureFest event, The best and brightest in the Digital Media industry, both internationally and locally, will be onsite to provide their feedback on your projects. This event will be on April 28th at the Digital Media Center.

FutureFest Student Work Sign Closed

Industry Company
April 28

Red Stick will be co-hosting the DMAE Video Game Summit featuring developers, producers, programmers and artists from the biggest games in the world as well as local developers from the Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas. Local Game makers sign up here! This event will be on April 28th at the Digital Media Center.

Industry Company Sign Up

Making Expo
April 29

We invite you to show your creative digital technology projects, artworks, or DIY experiments at the Red Stick Making Expo. This will be held on April 29th at the EBRPL - Goodwood Library.

Making Expo Sign Up

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All events are FREE and open to the public.


In previous years, the Red Stick Animation festival has been a highly visible and productive connection with Louisiana and the Baton Rouge community. We believe that the international exposure and community connection that a festival like Red Stick provides is much needed for the community. However, we are proposing a rebranding and retooling of the festival - to an event that will be focused on Digital Media (including, but not limited to animation), maker-fairs, experimental music concerts, digital art exhibits, game jams and other technology derived events. We would like to invite you to our new festival in 2018 - we will announce details shortly.