3 WAYS OF MAKING
WANGER FAMILY FAB LAB
ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO
BLACK CREATIVITY INNOVATION STUDIO
Institutionalizing the ...
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 ...
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 Costc...
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

W...
Black Creativity Innovation Studio
• Short Term
• Creatively Funded
• Program Every 30 Minutes
• Considered “Analog”

Make...
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 Displ...
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 On...
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Institutionalizing the Maker Movement

  1. 1. 3 WAYS OF MAKING WANGER FAMILY FAB LAB ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO BLACK CREATIVITY INNOVATION STUDIO Institutionalizing the Maker Movement
  2. 2. WANGER FAMILY FAB LAB A trip to the FAB Lab at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago
  3. 3. Room Design Wall Storage Open Ceiling Workbenches by Gladiator Work Zone is Uncarpeted
  4. 4. Recessed Lighting Power Flexibility Access to Ductwork for Ventilation
  5. 5. Traditional Workbench Computer Training Area Carpet for noise control
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. BLACK CREATIVITY INNOVATION STUDIO “Pop-Up” innovation at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. Room Design Gallery of Objects Made In Studio Use of Inexpensive or Recycled Material Waiting Area for Next Class
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. Black Creativity Innovation Studio • Short Term • Creatively Funded • Program Every 30 Minutes • Considered “Analog” MakerSpace • 300 visitors in the first week Relies on Volunteers
  12. 12. 3D PRINTING WITH TOM BURTONWOOD Mass Producing Antiquities at the Art Institute of Chicago
  13. 13. Room Design Work Area Is Uncarpeted Classroom Setting Windows Onto Hall Generate Interest Vitrines for Permanent Display
  14. 14. Extension of the Artist-In-Residency Program Showcases objects from the Museum’s Collection
  15. 15. Demonstration of Both Scanning and Printing Showcases Concepts Rather Than “Hands-On”
  16. 16. 3D Printing with Tom Burtonwood • Part of Family Programing Outreach • Grant Funded • Program 3x a Week • Demonstration Only

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