James Carlson – President of the School Factory, INC
Join us for our Keynote Address and Ribbon Cutting; Presented by the School Factory, our fiscal sponsor, James Carlson will speak about the dynamic power of hackerspaces and non-traditional education.
Performances by the Albuquerque Aerialist Collective and Improv comedy by Blackout Theater will take place throughout the day on our main stage. Other speakers will be scheduled throughout the day giving informal 5-minute talks about what it is about making things that energizes their creativity
- Glitter Slime
- Non-Newtonian Fluids
- Bottlecap Candles
- Sticky-Note Mural
- People-Powered Parade
- Learn to Solder
- Make your own Simon Says Game
PRESENTED IN CONJUNCTION WITH:
- Junkado People Powered Parade
- Albuquerque Aerialist Collective
- Blackout Theatre
- New Mexico Lego User’s Group
- ABQ Maker Faire
- Wells Park Neighbourhood Association
- City of Albuquerque
Coming soon to Quelab are two classes on making your own things.
Greetings! The Quelab general meeting is scheduled for Sunday 6 April 2014 at 4 PM.
Greg here, to tell you about the next 2 Quelab events this week.
– Aquaponics groups meetings
– Tetroon build
– Photography project: “Facial hair of Quelab”
– 3-D printer
– New Laser cutter installation
– and much, much more!
See you in the space!
-Greg, Quelab Prez
Greetings everyone; the Tsar of Maintenance here…
Go visit ABQ Old School to learn more about the class and register to attend.
See you on Saturday!
These events took place… oh, I don’t remember when they took place.
Yes, you read that correctly: “part 6 in a 5 part series”.
Here is the photo proof:
Compare this shot from the day I purchased the machine & delivered it to Quelab:
The handles ARE on the wrong side. I can’t believe I made such a simple (yet serious) mistake!
12 26 March. Our very own Spaceman Greg will be teaching a class on how to paint a stunning space scene. That’s right, Greg will be teaching you how to design your own worlds!
*Rocketship is metaphorical, unfortunately. It means we’ll keep a spot for you in the class