Our recent engagements at Wales' beloved science hub has got us thinking about everything that science and the arts have in common.
They only went and did it! Our pyka_hack schools have launched their exciting new app at Tate Britain.
Find out what happened when we used pyka_loop to help young actors develop deeper connections with theatre spaces through the medium of sound.
Announcing project everyone. A creative collaboration striving to bring meaningful creative expression to the Eyegaze platform.
3 education groups. 2 historic sites. 1 digital platform designed to uncover deeper levels of engagement and exploration.
The _hack is back! ...and this year our recruits are developing an app for Tate.
Recruitment for the 3rd annual pyka_hack is now open, and we have a very big announcement to make...
It's time for our very first pyka_spotlight, with the beam shining strongly on Greenway Primary School.
Enter The Black Windows; 14 learners who took on the world of sound design, and showed everyone around them fantastic new approaches to story writing.
6 amazing schools. 1 fantastic app. This year's pyka_hack employees are proud to announce...
4 schools. 4 projects. 1 goal - to reinvigorate curriculum learning through meaningful creative activity.
It's finally happened. All those wonderful pyka_looper course tracks are now available on Spotify and Apple Music.
The second annual pyka_hack project has just kicked off, and our learners are working for a real-world client...
Watch out. Next week we're playing as part of Heart n Soul's stupendous event at South Bank Centre.
Want to know what the _hack was all about? Here's all you need to know in three short videos.
With events at Tate, London Symphony Orchestra, Wales Millennium Centre, FOCUS Wales, our pyka_loop app is getting around at the moment...
Yesterday we reached the climax of our first _hack course, as our six schools came together to launch their new app on the iTunes App Store.
Mr Bos Mann is pleased. Very pleased indeed. Our enterprise of app-developer-pupils from South Wales are well on their way to global success.
So we’ve just finished the inaugural week of our new project, _hack. Let’s start with the most important question: why are we doing it?