This event finished on 20 December 2014
- Venue: The Reuseum
- Categories: Workshops
- Tags: Boise, creativity, education, electronics, engineering, Idaho, Idaho STEM, lab, public, re:ed, recycling, Reuseum, science, STEM, STEM Education, technology, tinkering
Deconstruction Lab (free open house!) – December 20, 11:00AM – 2:00PM
This drop-in Deconstruction Lab is a creative activity covering the topics of what recycled technology looks like, what methods are used to refine it, and an exploration of what we may do with parts rendered from the process. Each participant will deconstruct some recycled technology and will have the opportunity to take insights from engineering, design, manufacturing, and other aspects of the pieces that are taken apart. Participants then have the opportunity to repurpose the technology to make personal sculptures, sort pieces for future projects, and incorporate new knowledge into their daily lives.
Here are some cool images from the last Deconstruction Lab we did!
This free event is open open-house format: drop in when you can, stay as long as you like!
If you are interested in a Deconstruction Lab for your organization, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!