From the NYC Makery:
For two weeks in August, we’re transforming an art gallery in Brooklyn into a pop-up youth makerspace with hands-on workshops and classes. Come explore, experiment, tinker, and make something awesome during this two weeks of fun and education.
Students will learn about electronics, physical computing with theArduino, game design with MIT’s Scratch, 3D design, and Makerbot 3D printing. On a given day, student projects could include building a wind turbine, prototyping a robotic arm, or creating a digital music instrument. Next, class, they might make a silk screen for a tee shirt, an interactive poster for their bedroom, or design and print a toy on a 3D printer.
All workshops will be led by an instructor with an engineering background who specializes in youth-makers programs.