The Makery to partner with 92Y during 7 Days of Genius #makereducation
The Makery will be running four pop-ups during the 92Y’s 7 Days of Genius. The workshops are geared towards young engineers (ranging from 8+ to 10+ depending on the workshop) but older participants are welcome, too! Check out the events listed here.
The Makery at the 92Y
March 1-2, 2014
1395 Lexington Ave
New York NY 10128
The Makery is a pop-up Makerspace – part shop & part workshop. A temporary venue where youth and adults are encouraged to be curious, to tinker, to experiment, and to make with technology. The Makery is a portable playground, a place where communities can gather to play with the creative power of digital design and fabrication, physical computing, and computer programming.
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Design and 3D Print a Toy or Jewelry with MakerBots
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