My second time in Mbomo, where children became characters to tell their stories.
I was invited by the University of Sheffield to give a lecture about Glück Workshops followed by an animation workshop.
How children make a small robot made out of toothbrush heads.
Children are naturally drawn to clay, modeling with clay and creating stories with it. Why not add a bit of technology into it? Simply adding LED’s brings their imagination to a whole different level!
Jam jar characters telling jokes, made by children.
I was interviewed by Anna Keune, a researcher from the Indiana University in the US, about my work with Glück Workshops.
On Jan 10, 2016, we celebrated Luca’s birthday at der Malfisch! We had cake, balloons and a drawbot workshop! At the end, we created an arena for the robots to draw a greeting card! Do you want a birthday party too? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org Music by Poddington Bear: “Peas Corps”
It was Elliot’s birthday and we decided to throw him a party with a Drawbot workshop! I designed a special laser cut robot for him and his friends to play. At the end, we created an arena for the robots to draw a greeting card! We also had wizard hats, dancing balloons, paper flags, screened animations and a lot of time to play! Do you want a birthday party too? Write to email@example.com :D