It is a DIY maker group run by the Duvall Maker Society and hosted by the Art Center. It’s for all ages, fusing art and technology in interesting ways! People learn how to create projects and art with soldering, 3D printing, robotics, electronic engineering, steampunk and more through monthly projects and workshops. Classes are taught by volunteer members of the Duvall Maker Society and hosted at the Northwest Art Center.
Projects are sourced by the Duvall Maker Society and some monthly kits are supplied by http://kipkaykits.com/.
Age Range: 5 with adult assistance and participation to 108
Date & Time: Fun Maker projects are scheduled on Thursday evenings and some Fridays throughout the year. Some projects take more than one night. See project requirements and registration details below.
Duvall Maker Society Members: Lloyd McCracken, Matt Wilson, Aidan Wilson, John Hawkins, Gustavo Franco, Nadja Wilson, Alison Hawkins, Loke Uei Tan
See what we did last year here: Gadgeteers 2015-16
The aim of the game is to repeat the pattern that is generated at random. You are able to play the game both visually (with the LEDS) and audible or just visually. There are four levels to choose from. Features a auto power off for when not in use. Requires 3 AA batteries which will be included. Age: 8 and up Difficulty: MEDIUM Requirements: soldering 101 or previous soldering experience Date: May 11th Time: 6:30-9pm Cost: $30.00Find out more »