The PopUp Tour in Atlanta started a new day in the tent with the SchoolFest, which invited over 200 students from all over Georgia to participate in a host of different live shows, workshops, science labs, and more that taught students about STEM as well as Germany and the German-American friendship. This interactive experience was full of fun activities that engaged students with design elements, virtual reality, and future study abroad opportunities!
The PopUp Tour continued a week of fun events in the Peach State by turning its attention to business and innovation with a wide array of activities under its trademark tent.
Atlanta Plugged In on CBS46 invited Wunderbar Together’s Deputy Director, Miriam Bruns on to talk about the PopUp Tour’s most recent stop in Atlanta.
On the first day of the PopUp Tour in Atlanta, guests appreciated the artistic achievements of German artists and musicians, but Day Two was all about skills. What skills can Germany and the US learn from each other? How can we use these skills to strengthen our relationship and improve lives at home and abroad?
One of the centerpieces of Wunderbar Together is its official roadshow: the PopUp Tour. This traveling festival combines an impressive culture tent with mobile presentation modules and various flexible pop-up edutainment elements. Programs range from business conferences, science slams, art exhibits, and concerts to interactive student-focused events.