We’re getting right down to business with our new educational space and we hope to bring you many great opportunities to learn in the very near future.
For our first official Reuseum Educational workshop, we’ll be combining the art of reuse with creative sculpture and some beginner basics for identifying electronics parts. We have numerous bins of components and other bits from many era’s past that are apt to be made into any form of upcycled sculpture you can make real. We’ve already had great success rendering pagers into robots (see pic) and thought we’d try to give everyone an opportunity to try their hand as some freeform.
Here is a great video showing another recycled robot that you may enjoy watching:
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“To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” ~ Thomas Alva Edison.
Participants are welcome ALL DAY from 11am to 6pm on Saturday, March 3rd 2012 to make their found art ideas a reality. There is a $10 admission per person to cover materials and tools.