3 Ways of Making: Institutionalizing the Maker Movement
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Wanger Family Fab Lab

Wanger Family Fab Lab
Art Institute of Chicago
Black Creativity Innovation Studio

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    3 Ways of Making: Institutionalizing the Maker Movement 3 Ways of Making: Institutionalizing the Maker Movement Presentation Transcript

    • 3 WAYS OF MAKING WANGER FAMILY FAB LAB ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO BLACK CREATIVITY INNOVATION STUDIO Institutionalizing the Maker Movement
    • WANGER FAMILY FAB LAB A trip to the FAB Lab at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago
    • Room Design Wall Storage Open Ceiling Workbenches by Gladiator Work Zone is Uncarpeted
    • Recessed Lighting Power Flexibility Access to Ductwork for Ventilation
    • Traditional Workbench Computer Training Area Carpet for noise control
    • Wanger Family Fab Lab • 1800 Square Feet • Grant Funded “Museum-based STEM initiatives are supported by corporate, civic and philanthropic leaders” • Extension of museum-based science education programs Safety Goggle Rack
    • BLACK CREATIVITY INNOVATION STUDIO “Pop-Up” innovation at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago
    • Room Design Large Room Divided into Smaller Space O p e n Vinyl Printed Dividers Worktables and storage racks from Costco C e i l i n g
    • Room Design Gallery of Objects Made In Studio Use of Inexpensive or Recycled Material Waiting Area for Next Class
    • Room Design Gallery of Objects Made In Studio Staff Drill, Cut or Glue Items Use of Inexpensive or Recycled Material Waiting Area for Next Class
    • Black Creativity Innovation Studio • Short Term • Creatively Funded • Program Every 30 Minutes • Considered “Analog” MakerSpace • 300 visitors in the first week Relies on Volunteers
    • 3D PRINTING WITH TOM BURTONWOOD Mass Producing Antiquities at the Art Institute of Chicago
    • Room Design Work Area Is Uncarpeted Classroom Setting Windows Onto Hall Generate Interest Vitrines for Permanent Display
    • Extension of the Artist-In-Residency Program Showcases objects from the Museum’s Collection
    • Demonstration of Both Scanning and Printing Showcases Concepts Rather Than “Hands-On”
    • 3D Printing with Tom Burtonwood • Part of Family Programing Outreach • Grant Funded • Program 3x a Week • Demonstration Only