We’re delighted to announce that The Beer Kitchen is our official sponsor venue for Make/Share and supporting the event with complementary 2/3 schooner of any beer from their keg selection.
Join us on Wednesday 15th June at The Beer Kitchen Dundee, from 7pm – 8.30pm, to hear short talks by people about the processes behind turning their project or product into a reality. Speakers explore how their project or product has evolved, progressed, changed and transformed, how they experiment, what their biggest challenges have been and how they overcame them.
Short talks include the opportunity to show and demo your work. Just bring them along on the night – or share your upcoming events with the group, we’ll make sure to tweet about them. After the talks we have a short opportunity for any questions and discussion.
Watch a short film and see speakers from previous nights here.
You don’t need to sign up, just come along! Add this event to your Google calendar!
Speakers this time include:
Ana is a set and costume designer based in Dundee. Her work crosses a range of genres from opera, ballet, theatre, installation to film. She’ll talk about her design process, focusing on her recent work for The Driver’s Seat, which includes video, set and costume design. The Driver’s Seat is a project for the National Theatre of Scotland, which has just been nominated for the Critic’s Award Best Technical Presentation. Website: anainesjabarepita | Twitter: @AnaInesJP | Facebook: Ana Inés Jabares-Pita Design | Instagram: anainesjabarespita
Gordon just finished his final year at Abertay University studying for a degree in Ethical Hacking & Countermeasures. As a member of Dundee MakerSpace he mostly breaks things but sometimes he manages to put them back together again. He’ll be talking about projects to reprogram consumer devices to give the owner more control over their hardware. Twitter: @gor_zilla
Joanne is a Dundee based jeweller and the founder of Tea Green events, she is passionate about making and driven by a desire to champion high quality independent creative talent through creating a unique platform that showcases it. She will be sharing her experience as an independent maker as well her journey over the past 2 years setting up Tea Green. Web: JoanneMacFadyen | Twitter: @JoanneMacFadyen | Facebook: JoanneMacFadyen.Jewellery | Instagram: @JoanneMacFadyen
One more to follow very soon…
*If you’d like to talk about a project you’ve been working on at our future Make/Share events, just get in touch with Claire!
7pm – 8.30pm: Second Wednesday of the month
The Beer Kitchen by Innis & Gunn
10 South Tay Street
You don’t need to sign up, just come along!