OpenMAKE: A Making and Tinkering Pop-up Experience

Friday, September 28, 2018: 9:00 AM-5:30 PM
Meeting Room 27 (Connecticut Convention Center)
Session Leader:
Karen Wilkinson, Tinkering Studio Director, Exploratorium
Presenters:
Mike Petrich, Making - Learning Studio, Exploratorium, Lisa Brahms, Director of Learning and Research, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Sherlock Terry, Assistant Director of Exhibits, Montshire Museum of Science, Prinda Wanakule, Director of Experience Development & Prototyping, The Tech Museum of Innovation, Keith Braafladt, Director of the Learning Technologies Center, Science Museum of Minnesota, Lisa Regalla, Deputy Director, Center for Childhood Creativity, Bay Area Discovery Museum, Dana Schloss, Director of Exhibit Experience, New York Hall of Science, Monika Mayer, Museum Consultant, Museum Consultant, Lydia Beall, Program Manager, Design Challenges, Museum of Science, Anthony Pelaez, Director of Education, MOSI (Museum of Science & Industry), Rachel Donegan, Science Educator and Program Manager, Montshire Museum of Science, Brittney Kluger, Professional Learning Specialist, Discovery Museum, Peter Wardrip, University of Wisconsin Madison, University of Wisconsin Madison and Lianna Kali, Project Coordinator, Exploratorium

Join ASTC’s Making and Tinkering Community of Practice for an experimental session where we’ll co-create an OpenMAKE event that’s equal parts meet-up and make it up. This ASTC Intensive workshop will be exactly that—intense—but also a total blast. Attendees will get a chance to actively participate in the research, development, and implementation of a pop-up experience. We’ll spend the first half of the day creating the installation and the second half facilitating and debriefing. It’ll be an action-packed day “making” the most of your ASTC 2018 experience! Preregistration required. Limited to 50 participants. Fee: $150 per person (includes breakfast and lunch).

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