Mariska Hamelink

Mariska Hamelink worked until July 2016 part-time as concept developer at the Platform Maker Education projectand is also a master student Education in Arts at the Piet Zwart Institute, where she works on a graduation proposal on 'maker education'.

Mariska has a background as designer and program maker, she has a masters degree Architecture of the Delft University and worked for seven years at the Dutch Architecture Institute (NAi/Het Nieuwe Instituut) in Rotterdam.

Blogposts

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Monday 26 October 2015

Changing 33 teachers into makers in just four days? Together with Kristina Andersen, Bart Bakker, Thieu Besselink and the wonderful people of FabKlas, Waag Society’s Creative Learning Lab accepted this challenge during the Teacher Maker Camp 2015.

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Friday 25 September 2015

Mariska Hamelink visited a Fablab for the first time and wrote down her observations of Fablab Amsterdam in an essay.

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Monday 14 September 2015

Making has gained new meaning in today's society. Through the rise of the Internet, new making principles have been established. These principles are based on openness, transparency, and social connectedness.