Brinn Labs hosts a variety of classes, workshops, and other events that support our Maker Initiatives. Browse through the list to check out what we've got coming up.
We can also host most of our classes and workshops as private events for your organization or you and a group of friends. Get in touch with us to find out more.
Learn the basics of the Cyanotype process, which includes mixing your own chemicals, making an exposure, developing, and toning.Find out more »
Learn the basics of the Arduino microcontoller! We’ll look at some sample projects and then get hands-on with the Arduino.Find out more »
Teachers, administrators and others in the education field: we invite you to join the Be A Maker Teacher Studio!Find out more »
Learn the basics of fiber optics! Fiber optics can be used for light-based art, costumes, or showing the science behind how light travels at MakeShift, our adults-only event series that focuses on demos, hacks, and DIY projectsFind out more »
Visit Brinn Labs to learn more about the Betty Brinn Museum's Maker Initiative projects that together are among our most important investments in our community since the Museum's opening in 1995.Find out more »
Learn to paint on silk and create a one-of-a-kind piece to take home.Find out more »
Learn to make your own kinetic sculpture constructed to take advantage of the principle of equilibrium. Objects hanging from rods balance each other causing the rods to remain (more or less) horizontal.Find out more »
Teachers, administrators and others in the education field: we invite you to join the Be A Maker Teacher Studio! (Sponsored by Rockwell Automation.)Find out more »
Learn the techniques for creating still life, portrait or abstract images using quilting techniques and fusable interfacing — no sewing experience needed.Find out more »