San Juan College and Drexel University students shape the vision and design of the makerspaces

Students from Luke Renner’s Digital Media Arts and Design Program class have been busy assembling promotional materials to support the design and construction of two 1,000 square foot makerspaces.  The materials highlight the benefits of the makerspaces, intended uses of the makerspaces, costs, partners, and vision for community engagement.  Luke and Judy plan to use these promotional materials in their efforts to raise money for the makerspaces and communicate about their importance.  Meanwhile, Drexel University students, Madison Kierod, Dylan Mitchell, and Demi Ferker, have been busy designing the makerspaces under the guidance of professor Dr. Mira Olson.  The team will have a chance to present their collaborative work at this April’s National Environmental Justice Conference in Washington, DC.

Sarah Wilkins editor

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