[présentation en anglais]
Sunday 30 at 15:00
According to a recent report called “Making Culture” published by ExCITE Center by Drexel University, makerspaces may be one of the most exciting learning spaces but a lack of focus around culture and gender inclusiveness is becoming deeply unsettling. More and more people, teachers and organisers are experimenting ways to make makerspaces and fablab more inclusive. At WeMake, a makerspace in Milan, textiles, e-textiles, wearables and design proved, among other things, to be possible bridges able to accomodate a more diverse crowd.
Lien : wemake.cc
A workshop will be also organized with Zoe : Let’s make a soft sensor