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Maker Education Lab

Fabschool Kids 1: Speakers

13-2-13 14:00 - 13-2-13 17:00
Waag, Nieuwmarkt 4, Amsterdam

Build a speaker for your mobile phone or iPod

Fabschool Kids is for curious children aged 10 to 12 who like to tinker, design fashion or work with computers and electronics. On February 13th we will start the workshop series by building a DIY (do-it-yourself) speaker.

Curiosity, creativity and technology - that's what Fabschool Kids is all about. You learn by making and will be surprised by everything you are able to do. The workshops takes place around Fablab Amsterdam. This is a high-tech production place where everyone can turn simple ideas into prototypes, using e.g. a laser cutter, sticker cutter, sewing machine, shopbot or a soldering iron. The workshops are led by designers and artists who have extensive experience in working with children and young people.

Build your own speakers
Create your own speakers for your mobile phone or iPod. Learn how to solder, work with electronics and design your own customized speaker boxes. After the workshop you may take your speakers home.

When?
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
14:00 - 17:00 hours

Where?
Fablab Amsterdam (Waag building)
Nieuwmarkt 4
1012 CR Amsterdam

Costs
The workshop costs € 15,-. This amount can be paid before the workshop starts through pin.

Background information for parents
Fabschool kids is a 'light' version of the Fabschool. This school enables you to learn by making. With Fabschool Kids, we are structurally making the Labs accessible for young people for the first time. Creativity, technology and entrepreneurship are key factors in the program. We work with current social issues and trends that reflect the world of young people. They develop '21st century skills'; skills that match with our current society. For example, they will work on their problem solving skills. How are problems translated in executable ideas? And how can they be realised technically?

fablab.waag.org

Fabschool Kids is supported by the AFK (Amsterdam Fund for the Arts).