Love is in the Air at the Makerspace

Throughout the year the Makerspace, located on the third floor of Charles Library, hosts a variety of workshops for makers of all skill levels. Recently, the Makerspace held a craft workshop for making valentines, cards, and other creative posters. Attendees came together with people of different disciplines and backgrounds and crafted together.

Below is a video highlighting a few moments of the workshop and what three individuals made during their time at the Makerspace.

Read about crafting activities, educational, and creative tools and offered in the Makerspace and review the upcoming workshops at the Loretta C. Duckworth Scholars Studio (LCDSS). To learn more about activities happening at the LCDSS, visit their website.

Don’t miss the next event!

Playing Together: Cooperating to Improve Gaming for Research and Education on Campus

Join us on February 27 from 2 to 4 in the Loretta C. Duckworth Scholars Studio for a chance to meet others on campus interested in using games for research, creative, and pedagogical purposes.  We’ll open with a brief discussion about why we are bringing everyone together and the resources available in the LCDSS.  With your help, we’ll scope out the short-term future of this group.  We will then break to play a variety of cooperative board and video games to get to know each other better and work some play into the meeting. 

The LCDSS is on the 3rd floor of the Charles Library. Pizza and some beverages will be provided.

Register Here!