Tomorrow: Saturday, April 21: Young Makers/Open MAKE at the Exploratorium

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Tomorrow: Saturday, April 21: Young Makers/Open MAKE at the Exploratorium

Tomorrow, Saturday, April 21 from 10am-2pm, we will enjoy the final Open MAKE at the Exploratorium before Maker Faire. In fact, it’ll be our last Open MAKE at the original site of the Exploratorium before the museum moves to the piers. (Sniff!) So you have many reasons to “dump” everything else you are doing and put yourself at our “disposal” for a day that would make even Oscar the Grouch smile.

That’s right, this fourth of four “T” themed Open MAKEs will be on the tremendous topic of TRASH. It’ll be a Saturday full of activities in which you can Re-mix/Re-assemble/Re-create/Re-MAKE. The Tinkering Studio has put together another inspiring collection of makers.

Headlining the event is  viral video star Caine Monroy, creator of Caine’s Arcade, and filmmaker Nirvan. Caine will display his cardboard arcade in the Tinkering Studio and you can meet him! He and Nirvan will also be there for the film screening of Caine’s Arcade at 3pm.

Here are a few glimpses at what else is in store:

You can read more about who is coming here

How could you “refuse” such a day? Any other activity would “pail” in comparison.

2 thoughts on “Tomorrow: Saturday, April 21: Young Makers/Open MAKE at the Exploratorium

  1. MAKE | Making a Red Bull F1 Car with Cardboard says:

    […] I got kind of swept up in Caine’s arcade last year. It was great to meet him as part of the Young Makers program at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. Since then, especially with my own kids, I have been […]

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Michelle, or Binka, makes . While at Maker Media, she oversaw publications, outreach, and programming for kids, families, and schools. Before joining Maker Media in 2007, she worked at the Exploratorium, in Mitchel Resnick’s Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab, and as a curriculum designer for various publishers and educational researchers. When she’s not supporting future makers, including her two young sons, Binka does some making of her own, most often as a visual artist.

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