LA Makerspace offers a wide variety of family-friendly workshops
open to makers of all ages.

Interested in organizing a workshop with us?

Contact Mya Stark at mya@lamakerspace.com, and include "EVENTS" in your subject line.

LA Odyssey 1

Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 01:00 PM
Sun Valley Library in Sun Valley, CA

As part of the L.A. Odyssey Project, Sun Valley Library patrons of ALL AGES will help design vases in the Classical Greek style.  The following week, we will watch as those images are printed out as solid objects using a 3D printer!


Citizen Science Community Lab Open Hours

Monday, October 20, 2014 at 03:00 PM
Pio Pico Library in Los Angeles, CA

Come in through the main door and let one of the librarians know you want to go to the second floor for LA Makerspace.

 

What is it? Citizen science is the practice of science by those who are not members of the professional scientific community. This can be done by members of the public in conjunction with a research group at a university, a non-profit, or by a completely self-organized group.

Who can get involved? Anyone really. As long as someone has the interest and motivation they help contribute to the scientific community. Learning and expertise on a topic will grow out of this. Although different projects will require different skill sets, so some research work may not be feasible before someone is in high school or later.

Why do this? For the reason anyone gets involved in science: the world is too interesting to not ask questions. For students it's also a great opportunity to learn science by actually doing science.

http://scienceland.wikispaces.com/


Citizen Science Community Lab Open Hours

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 03:00 PM
Pio Pico Library in Los Angeles, CA

Come in through the main door and let one of the librarians know you want to go to the second floor for LA Makerspace.

 

What is it? Citizen science is the practice of science by those who are not members of the professional scientific community. This can be done by members of the public in conjunction with a research group at a university, a non-profit, or by a completely self-organized group.

Who can get involved? Anyone really. As long as someone has the interest and motivation they help contribute to the scientific community. Learning and expertise on a topic will grow out of this. Although different projects will require different skill sets, so some research work may not be feasible before someone is in high school or later.

Why do this? For the reason anyone gets involved in science: the world is too interesting to not ask questions. For students it's also a great opportunity to learn science by actually doing science.

http://scienceland.wikispaces.com/


Citizen Science Community Lab Open Hours

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 03:00 PM
Pio Pico Library in Los Angeles, CA

Come in through the main door and let one of the librarians know you want to go to the second floor for LA Makerspace.

 

What is it? Citizen science is the practice of science by those who are not members of the professional scientific community. This can be done by members of the public in conjunction with a research group at a university, a non-profit, or by a completely self-organized group.

Who can get involved? Anyone really. As long as someone has the interest and motivation they help contribute to the scientific community. Learning and expertise on a topic will grow out of this. Although different projects will require different skill sets, so some research work may not be feasible before someone is in high school or later.

Why do this? For the reason anyone gets involved in science: the world is too interesting to not ask questions. For students it's also a great opportunity to learn science by actually doing science.

http://scienceland.wikispaces.com/


Citizen Science Community Lab Open Hours

Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 03:00 PM
Pio Pico Library in Los Angeles, CA

Come in through the main door and let one of the librarians know you want to go to the second floor for LA Makerspace.

 

What is it? Citizen science is the practice of science by those who are not members of the professional scientific community. This can be done by members of the public in conjunction with a research group at a university, a non-profit, or by a completely self-organized group.

Who can get involved? Anyone really. As long as someone has the interest and motivation they help contribute to the scientific community. Learning and expertise on a topic will grow out of this. Although different projects will require different skill sets, so some research work may not be feasible before someone is in high school or later.

Why do this? For the reason anyone gets involved in science: the world is too interesting to not ask questions. For students it's also a great opportunity to learn science by actually doing science.

http://scienceland.wikispaces.com/


Citizen Science Community Lab Open Hours

Friday, October 24, 2014 at 03:00 PM
Pio Pico Library in Los Angeles, CA

Come in through the main door and let one of the librarians know you want to go to the second floor for LA Makerspace.

 

What is it? Citizen science is the practice of science by those who are not members of the professional scientific community. This can be done by members of the public in conjunction with a research group at a university, a non-profit, or by a completely self-organized group.

Who can get involved? Anyone really. As long as someone has the interest and motivation they help contribute to the scientific community. Learning and expertise on a topic will grow out of this. Although different projects will require different skill sets, so some research work may not be feasible before someone is in high school or later.

Why do this? For the reason anyone gets involved in science: the world is too interesting to not ask questions. For students it's also a great opportunity to learn science by actually doing science.

http://scienceland.wikispaces.com/


LA Odyssey 1

Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 01:00 PM
Sun Valley Library in Sun Valley, CA

As part of the L.A. Odyssey Project, Sun Valley Library patrons of ALL AGES will help design vases in the Classical Greek style.  The following week, we will watch as those images are printed out as solid objects using a 3D printer!


Citizen Science Community Lab Open Hours

Monday, October 27, 2014 at 03:00 PM
Pio Pico Library in Los Angeles, CA

Come in through the main door and let one of the librarians know you want to go to the second floor for LA Makerspace.

 

What is it? Citizen science is the practice of science by those who are not members of the professional scientific community. This can be done by members of the public in conjunction with a research group at a university, a non-profit, or by a completely self-organized group.

Who can get involved? Anyone really. As long as someone has the interest and motivation they help contribute to the scientific community. Learning and expertise on a topic will grow out of this. Although different projects will require different skill sets, so some research work may not be feasible before someone is in high school or later.

Why do this? For the reason anyone gets involved in science: the world is too interesting to not ask questions. For students it's also a great opportunity to learn science by actually doing science.

http://scienceland.wikispaces.com/


LA Odyssey 1

Monday, October 27, 2014 at 04:00 PM
Echo Park Library in Los Angeles, CA

As part of the L.A. Odyssey Project, Echo Park Library patrons of ALL AGES will help design vases in the Classical Greek style.  The following week, we will watch as those images are printed out as solid objects using a 3D printer!


Citizen Science Community Lab Open Hours

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 03:00 PM
Pio Pico Library in Los Angeles, CA

Come in through the main door and let one of the librarians know you want to go to the second floor for LA Makerspace.

 

What is it? Citizen science is the practice of science by those who are not members of the professional scientific community. This can be done by members of the public in conjunction with a research group at a university, a non-profit, or by a completely self-organized group.

Who can get involved? Anyone really. As long as someone has the interest and motivation they help contribute to the scientific community. Learning and expertise on a topic will grow out of this. Although different projects will require different skill sets, so some research work may not be feasible before someone is in high school or later.

Why do this? For the reason anyone gets involved in science: the world is too interesting to not ask questions. For students it's also a great opportunity to learn science by actually doing science.

http://scienceland.wikispaces.com/


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