Grand Opening of Open Works by Courtney Duffy for Fractured Atlas

Grand Opening of Baltimore’s Open Works Underscores Importance of Making, Creativity in Local Communities by Courtney Duffy, Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow at Fractured Atlas Published October 4 at the Fractured Atlas Blog Late last month, I was lucky enough to attend a celebration of Baltimore’s newest makerspace, Open Works (photos below).…

Baltimore Sun Features Digital Harbor Foundation at South by South Lawn Festival at White House

Baltimore kids, ‘Mythbusters’ co-star team up to build interactive sign for White House lawn “Mythbusters” co-star Adam Savage visited the Digital Harbor Foundation in Federal Hill Sunday, where he worked with Baltimore children to build an interactive sign for the South by South Lawn festival at the White House Monday. by Colin Campbell Published October…

Open Works – Baltimore’s $11.5 Million Makerspace – Opens Doors Sept. 20

Educational Programming, Memberships, and Studio Space Rentals Open to All On Tues. Sept. 20 at 10 a.m. at 1400 Greenmount Ave. Baltimore Development Corporation President Bill Cole, Delegate Maggie McIntosh; Lt. Governor, Boyd Rutherford; and Congressman Elijah Cummings along with several others will help Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation (BARCO) officially open the doors of Open…

KCLU: New Santa Barbara Museum To Get Scaled Down Version Of Unique UC Santa Barbara Research System

New Santa Barbara Museum To Get Scaled Down Version Of Unique UC Santa Barbara Research System KCLU’s Lance Orozco reports that a new Santa Barbara museum is going to get a version of UCSB’s unique AlloSphere, which allows the large scale viewing of computer generated data To listen to the audio interview: http://kclu.org/post/new-santa-barbara-museum-get-scaled-down-version-unique-uc-santa-barbara-research-system#stream/0 Imagine what…

The Ingenuity Project hosts The Idea Summit

The Idea Summit is the Ingenuity Project’s Principal fundraising event. This 2nd annual event took place on April 20, 2016 at the American Visionary Art Museum. This year’s theme, “Baltimore Ideas Empowered” offered TED-style talks by Ingenuity students and alumni designed to foster learning, inspiration, and wonder. Read more about The Ingenuity Project at their…

Harboring Baltimore’s youth: Digital Harbor Foundation

Darius, 17, has built four 3-D printers, even teaching several Perry Hall High School seniors how to build their own Printrbot, Jr. in less than 8 hours. Tony, 15, and Ben, 17, have written, produced and edited several podcast episodes centered around video game performance and design. Sierra, 14,  has an extensive photography portfolio and has begun experimenting with…