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Here is one of my favorite moments in setting up the Tinkering Studio before the grand opening: Nicole was installing the Tinkering Studio sign on the roof of our dedicated workshop space. For me, it was a moment that I … Continue reading
Here’s what the space in Saudi looks like today. We still have a few more kinks to work out, but we’re almost ready.
Lately in the Tinkering Studio we’ve been thinking about how to translate the work that we do in the museum to settings like after school programs and community centers. Circuit boards provide a great introduction to electricity by giving learners … Continue reading
We are in the process of looking at some of our favorite activities and figuring out ways to share some of our ideas about them with after-school centers and other spaces outside of the tinkering studio. Light painting is an … Continue reading
In the tinkering studio, we are currently experimenting with the fourth or fifth incarnation of a pegboard environment for marble machines. We started with a bunch of small personal boards for one or two visitors to create with. The next … Continue reading