We are extremely thrilled to announce that Massimo Banzi, interaction designer and co-founder of the Arduino Project, will be our guest at the Milieux Institute at Concordia University in Montreal on September 29th from 1-4pm at the Technoculture, Art and Games research Centre in EV 11.435 (see https://tag.hexagram.ca/contact-tag for a map)
As part of his visit, Massimo will lead a hands-on Arduino workshop for makers and other folks with previous experience working with Arduino microcontrollers in any field. Participants are welcome from anywhere in Concordia, Montreal and nearby. All faculty, staff, students, community makers, artists, tinkerers, technicians, educators and arduino keeners are more than welcome to apply to join us for this rare opportunity to talk shop with one of the folks that helped build it all (arduino platforms, open-source culture, the maker movement…).
Space for this workshop is limited so if you are interested you must apply to be a participant using the following form – https://goo.gl/forms/OJDawn5XLsDkGwpg1
Please apply now! Like, right now! We will make final decisions on workshop participants based on evidence of experience, diversity/inclusion, project variety and keenness. Notifications will be sent on Sept 23rd. Did I mention you should apply right now…
All participants will be expected to bring their own notebook computers/arduino tech plus some show and tell projects that you wish to share with Massimo and the group.