You may not have noticed it before, but the spaces that we live, work, learn, and play in have all be designed by someone. Sure, some have been more intentional and certain details are often afforded more attention, money, and effort, but, nevertheless, decisions have been made. Sometimes the decisions were even made with you in mind!
Join faculty and students from the Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning to explore the processes designers use to shape the world around us. This is part one of a two-part workshop series. This introduction will provide you with foundational skills that you will practice and exercise before our second workshop’s showcase event.
- Two Part Workshop: Saturday, October 28 and Saturday, November 11
- Madjax Maker Force- 515 E. Main St. Muncie, IN 47305
- Lunch and materials will be provided.
This workshop is recommended for 9th-12th grade students with an interest in design, engineering, and/or the built environment.
*All of our workshops and classes are led by professional makers, artists, entrepreneurs, educators and community partners. We strive to provide high-quality and unique learning experiences. Registration will close up to 72 hours prior to the start of the event to provide time for instructors to prepare.
*Note, registrations and email reminders will be processed through SimpleTix. For multi-session workshops, only the first class meeting will appear on your ticket.
Madjax is the home of Muncie’s Maker Force—a collaboration of makers, artists, entrepreneurs, and businesses building community and creativity. We offer maker workshops, memberships to the Design Lab makerspace and Co:Lab coworking space, and leasable space for small businesses.
Learn more about Madjax at www.madjax.org