Nail Art Make-Along this Sunday

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Jan 122017
 

Last call for our Nail Art Make-Along this weekend! This unisex class is aimed at tricking our your manicure (or pedicure)… in simple but unique ways using templates & stamps. We’ll also be doing a nail polish swap, so bring your unwanted nail polish to trade.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Internet of Dirt class this Saturday

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Nov 292016
 

Get a text message when your plants need watering!

There’s still room in our Internet of Dirt class this Saturday. We’ll talk about the Internet of Things as a general idea, what kinds of Internet-connected devices you might want to build, and how you can plan your own projects. You’ll learn how to connect your project to the Internet, send HTTP requests, and interact with sensors. We’ll set up a basic soil sensor and program it to message you when your plant needs watering!

Tickets are on Eventbrite.

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Nov 182016
 

Did you know we have a professional pop-up artist as one of our members? Shelby Arnold works along-side the legendary Robert Sabuda and this month she’ll teach you how to make things pop, spin, twist, all with the power of opening a piece of paper. Get your tickets from Eventbrite.

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Make-Alongs are self-guided craft workshops where participants learn new skills, explore new materials, and make great things! We’ll see you on Sunday. 🙂

Oct 202016
 

Do you want to have flashy clothing or accessories that blink and pulse with your life? Maybe some costume for a party or club attire? We’ve got a class for you, coming up on Nov 6!

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We will make a basic wearable LED enhanced accessory, either for your hair, a corsage or a wrist band. We will also work on adding LEDs to clothing and fabric and look at how to integrate sensors into the effect.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite now.

Oct 192016
 

Our Arduino class is back on October 22nd. Learn to program an Arduino and interact with the physical world! In this class, we’ll cover an introduction to Arduino and learn how to manipulate outputs based on sensor inputs. All students will receive a basic electronics starter kit, which contains a starter pack of electronics components and sensors, including a breadboard, wires, light sensor, tilt sensor, LEDs, a motor, and more. Students will also receive an Arduino UNO.

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No previous electronics experience necessary. Tickets are available via Eventbrite. This class usually sells out, so get your tickets ASAP!