Ages 12-17, July 15-28, 2018

Demigod Lodge located 2 hours East of Seattle in the Cascade Mountains.  


XGENS' teaches and works with youth and professionals who come from a variety of countries particularly the US, Canada, Britain, France, South Korea, Mexico, and the Netherlands, among others. Subjects covered during our programs include concepts relevant to the arts (visual, design, music and theatre); advanced computing (artificial intelligence, VR/AR); biology, chemistry and physics including the fields of biotech, commercial space, and genetics; economics and finance; languages including English, French, Greek, Latin and Arabic; and smart infrastructure and systems.

SPECIALS: XGENS July 15-28. Future scientists receive $400 off overnight STEM camp tuition- Imagine combining Ancient Greece, Arabic, Arts, Sword Fighting, Quests and Exoplanets! NASA award winning Camp Demigod & XGENS welcomes guest speaker Eric Mamajek Deputy Program Scientist Exoplanet Exploration Program Education. Young people 12-22 are encouraged to take advantage of this remarkable overnight www.campdemigod.org where like-minded passionate people learn and create and PLAY at wwwdemigodlodge.org near #leavenworth, WA 360-820-4310. Future scientists receive $400 off tuition when you apply with a portfolio of research ideas and/or inventions. Email steve@demigodinstitute.org
Eric Mamajek, XGENS Visiting Speaker, July 2018, Deputy Chief Scientist, NASA Exoplanet Exploration Program, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Astrophysics & Space Sciences Section
Eric Mamajek 
Research Interests

Formation and Evolution of Exoplanetary Systems: Planets, Substellar Objects, Stars, Circumstellar and Circumplanetary Disks Stellar Ages, Kinematics, Rotation, Magnetic Activity, Groups

Leslie Bishko, Associate Professor of Animation at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Leslie Bishko is an Associate Professor of Animation at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Her teaching and research are centered on the dynamics of expression through movement in the medium of animation. She is a certified Laban Movement Analyst and has published widely on how LMA can help animators gain a deeper understanding of the Functional and Expressive aspects of movement.
Institute students work with Virtual Reality tools including the Microsoft VIVE.