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.
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A printmaking workshop covering the basics of preparing images and making prints.Find out more »
Join us this winter break for a hand built pottery workshop!Find out more »
Students, 6-12th grade, can learn the basics of woodworking, including tool usage and safety.Find out more »
Students will be able to walk away with their own LED "pin" to wear and show off their amazing new soldering skills.Find out more »
The science championship qualifier sees students from across the state compete in digital quiz rounds against other top science students! The highest-scoring students in each grade from 4th to 12th will qualify for the 2019 SCIENCE WORLD FAIR!Find out more »
Brinn Labs is happy to host a Robotics field trip featuring a hands-on introduction to electronics with basic prototyping materials.Find out more »
CO.LAB introduces middle school girls to the principles of open source—and to a world of technology and collaboration they might not have considered otherwise.Find out more »
Daisy Scouts will earn all three of their Robotics badges by learning about what robots do and how they move, and they will have the opportunity to solve problems by building and designing their own robots!Find out more »
Brownie Scouts will earn a Robotics badge by learning how we use technology and will have the opportunity to solve problems by building and designing their own robots.Find out more »
We'll be hosting Hand-Built Pottery workshops in the Museum's Be A Maker> space throughout the day for area Brownie and Scout troops.Find out more »