Archive for February 19th, 2016

This weekend – Digital Media Students presenting at FabNow Maker Faire – Free Registration!


FAB Now – the Conference & EXPO for and about MAKERS and Makerspaces is happening again! The last FAB Now (2015) was attended by makers of all kinds, from all over North Texas. This year, Professor Chris Ireland is presenting with DMS students Otoniel Chaine, Nicole Shortes, and Brandie Smith to talk about the efforts to bring Maker Spaces and curriculum to Tarleton and to showcase student work.  The conference and maker faire will take place at Tarrant County College this weekend and is sponsored by  the newly formed Texas Makers’ Guild.  Registration is free. As stated on the Fab Now website: Fab Now welcomes teachers, librarians, engineers and computer scientists, artists, artisans, entrepreneurs and small business owners & developers, chefs and writers, musicians and makers of all ages, Senior Citizens to K-12 students to listen to the State of Making, and to collaborate and network at the Conference, and showcase their projects and passions at the EXPO.
There is NO Registration Fee again this year, but FabNow asks that you register…. – there you’ll also find additional info