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Maker Minutes 1/16/2020

Thursday, January 16, 2020 11:28 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

Tomorrow night 1/17 - Art Things - Teen Figure Drawing Night for ages 13+ - A guided figure drawing session that will teach teens to draw the human figure moving through one minute gesture drawings to learning to draw longer poses featuring a local cosplayer. All materials provided, seating is limited.

Sat 1/18 - College Park Aviation Museum - Engineering 101 workshop - Making foil boats! Explore buoyancy and use that knowledge to design boats, for ages 9 and up.

Sat 1/18 - National Electronics Museum - MAARC WinterFest - MAARC is the Mid-Atlantic Radio Club and their annual WinterFest is an all-indoor swap meet and auction open to all vintage electronics sellers.


Raye of Light Studio

Mon 1/20 - Alcohol Ink and Collage at Local By Design in Annapolis Mall - A fun art class where you lose yourself through the color and flow of inks and gain that control back through the design of collage. You will explore how the ink’s color expands as you paint with each dye, then cut it up and redesign your piece.


Art Farm - Annapolis

Kid’s after school winter semester continues with Printmaking on Mondays, for ages 8-11, Art Discovery on Tuesdays, for ages 6-8, Street Art Lettering on Wednesdays, for ages 11-16 and Mix Media and Book Binding on Thursdays for ages 11-15.

And their Adult Drawing Class continues on Tuesday 1/21


Maryland Hall

Running January 4th through the end of February is “Things Are Looking Down: Drone Photography by Rich Isaacman”... but check out the public reception tonight from 5:30 to 7pm. And check out Rich’s Drone Photography Workshop as well as Landscape and Drone Photo Editing.


AACPL

Tomorrow 1/17 - Deale - Baby Artists - This open-ended art experience for babies and toddlers uses different art mediums and learning through play.

Sat 1/18 - Odenton - Strawberry DNA Extraction - Extract strawberry DNA with students from Arundel High School’s Science National Honor Society

Sat 1/18 - Odenton - Build & Play with Legos


Unallocated Space - Severn

In addition to Unallocated’s regular Infosec night tonight, project night on Monday and open house and lockpicking nights on Wednesday, check out….

Sat/Sun - 1/18-1/19 - Combating Cyber Propaganda & Disinformation In a Digitally Illiterate World - Chris Sampson presents an active participation course that will engage you and give you the tools to understand, assess and take action related to cyber deception campaigns. Participants who pass will be given a certificate of completion demonstrating basic knowledge of online propaganda operations. Chris is the security Chief of Research and has been involved in various operations to infiltrate extremist groups including ISIS, Al Qaeda, white supremacists and others and is also a Best Selling New York Times author of Hacking ISIS.


Pongos Learning Lab/Coder Kids Club - Crofton

Monday - Check out their Schools Out Mini Camp - Two 90 minute sessions, one in the morning, one in the afternoon, featuring activities from Pongos’ various clubs including 3D/VR/AR, Arts & Crafts, Builders, coder kids, Drone, Gamer, Robotics, STEAM, Young Inventors as well as their YouTube Stars & Animators clubs.

Also be sure to check out all those clubs running weekly at Pongos and think of the mini camp as a sampler of all the things going on at Pongos.


Annapolis Makerspace

Thurs - 1/16 - Electronics open night

RPi/Linux - Command Line Basics - You can do a lot with the graphical interface on a Raspberry Pi but usually you end up having to dig a little deeper to get the most out of it. There are a lot of great tutorials out there, which show you the bare minimum, but I want to go over how things really work so it’s not just following a recipe when you have to get your hands dirty with the command line.

Tues - Monthly CAD/CAM and CNC with Fusion 360



 

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