Think Tank + Tinker = Tink(er) Tank
Guest Maker Coming Aug. 16
Join us Saturday, Aug. 16 as we welcome our first guest maker to Tinker Tank. Adriana Moscatelli, founder of Playworks Studio will be on hand to share her passion for tinkering and her latest game. It's a small robot that teaches young kids how to code. It will be a great day of discovery in Tinker Tank.
In this interview with Pacific Science center, Adriana talks about girls, games, science--and what was missing when she worked at Wizards of the Coast on Magic:The Gathering.
Looking for something different? Come check out our maker space Tinker Tank, in Building 3 by the Denny Way windows. Formerly known as The Lab, this bright space is open with different staffed, hands-on activities on Fridays and Saturdays from 1-5 p.m. We experiment with aerodynamics using some wind tables (vertical wind tunnels), gravity walls, cardboard amusement parks, Keva blocks, electric circuits and much more. Saturday through Thursday the space is unstaffed, but open for exploring paper folding with a variety of origami patterns.
Maker Volunteers Needed
Do you love making things, tinkering with objects, building with mechanical parts or experimenting with electronics? How about sharing your passion for making things with others by becoming a Pacific Science Center Maker Space Facilitator Volunteer. Learn More