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Three Days in the MAKESHOP

What can you do with a ton of newspaper? We weren’t entirely sure. Someone suggested we do “rolled newspaper projects.” That quickly blossomed into a ” giant newspaper sculpture!” So over the span of a week, we let visitors add to our collaborative sculpture. This was a really fun activity to do. What was even more fun was filming the whole process. We set up a camera and had it take pic
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Our field trip to Assemble

We had such a great time that we are sharing more photos from our field trip to Assemble.  Check them out by visiting their website or stay tuned for our next collaboration with them!
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Partying at Assemble

The great thing about Pittsburgh is the size of the city and the enthusiasm of its people.  Pittsburgh is the right size to allow for collaboration between many individuals and organizations.  This is especially true in regard to the people who are offering art and technology opportunities to children, youth and families.  Although we work with many different individuals and organizations throughout the greater Pitts
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Rideables Competition is now open!

Micro Grants of up to $5,000 are available to support programs that engage Youth Makers, children aged 7 to 17, in the hands-on design and production of objects that respond to two themes: Wearables and Rideables.  The Wearables competition ended last week, but there is still a chance to apply for the Rideables competition! The Rideables grant submissions will be accepted from April 9-20, 2012! Youth Makers will be e
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MAKESHOP Maker Micro Grants

Last month, we challenged artists, makers, and organizations to propose projects for the Wearables competition of the MAKESHOP Maker Micro Grant program.  These micro grants will help programs and organizations to provide youth with meaningful making opportunities. We received many creative and innovative projects from a variety of individuals and organizations.  We were incredibly impressed with the projects and tha
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