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Do Making Projects for 30 days staring on July 8 to August 16 wih Maker Camp.

Maker Camp is a free online program offered by the Make Magazine organization. For 30 days Monday through Friday, The Exploratory will be open from 4:30 - 5:30 for teens to come and make friends and make the project of the day. All the tools are free of use. You must bring your materials or purchase them for cost at THe Exploratory. You don't have to do all the weeks or days. Pick and Choose.

You don't have to be 13, but if you are under 13, you must have a parent working with you.

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  • Jean K.

    Hi All - Due to circumstances beyond our control - ie - not getting all the information from Maker Camp, we will be cancelling Tuesday, Wednesday and THursday Maker Camp meetings at The Exploratory and instead will be open on fridays for the next 6 weeks from 4:30 - 6:30 to do a selection of the week's projects. So, bring anything you have made during the week or come and make one or more of the projects for the week. You can email us @ barb@theexploratory with any questions.

    July 8, 2013

  • barb n.

    Hello, Barb from the Exploratory here! A note: We will have materials for purchase if you need them, except for Wednesday's (July 10) Bike Tail Pipe. For that one, you'll need to bring your own. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

    July 6, 2013

  • Alex K.

    Hi. Anything going on this weekend?

    July 5, 2013

  • Charles

    I'm curious to see if I can make t-shirt art by hand or with drafting curve guides to have airplanes on them? I have t-shirts to try and inks that don't wash out when washed. And one that washes out when washed to experiment with to start. I'm trying to locate silkscreen cloth to make my own silkscreens to make it easy to hand silkscreen different designs. Also interested in using .005 copper foil to press out to look like it's 3-dimensional art. I used to do this with my mom in a parks department art program. I don't know if the foil will arrive in time.

    First projects will be airplanes for all types of art - I may sketch on a pad first with pencils.

    Technically all the three skills above are paint & metal projects and not like making robot cars, airplanes, etc. But can be something simple kids and adults can learn to do if interested.

    July 2, 2013

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