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Introducing LAB!

Shortly after moving up to Nottingham I began working with Mat Trivett and Mike Golembewski to set up an open, collaborative collective of creative practitioners in Nottingham. We called it LAB, and we’ve just confirmed our first in a series of workshops based around open source prototyping and collaborative practice:

LAB #1: Processing Workshop – March 16th. 7-10 pm at The Orange Tree (Map).

This’ll be an intro to the Processing development enviroment and programming language. If you’re interested in coming along, you’ll need to sign up, and the link to the registration form can be found in the event post. The reason for this is so that we can get an idea of who’s coming and tailor the workshops appropriately.

We’re in the process of confirming dates for the next two sessions, but the second will be an Arduino workshop, and the third will be a putting-what-you’ve-learned-into-practice project workshop. If you are interested in coming along to either of these you can sign up to the LAB mailing list and we’ll keep you posted, or just keep an eye on the blog for further announcements. Alternatively, if you’re interested in working with us, do feel free to get in touch.

Also, it’s worth mentioning that we won’t be entirely focussed on digital or electronic things. That’s just what we’re kicking of with, so stand by for crocheting and ice-sculpting workshops. Or something.

Exciting times!

Also, it’s worth mentioning that we won’t be entirely focussed on digital or electronic things. That’s just what we’re kicking of with, so stand by for crocheting and ice-sculpting workshops. Or something.