Quelab is Albuquerque’s local non-profit, co-operative hackerspace. They are a partner and the community host of Albuquerque Mini-Maker Faire event. Quelab will be hosting a Learn to Solder Skill Badge Kit booth teaching Soldering 101 at this years Faire.
The Albuquerque Open Maker Meetings will be held at Quelab space every Thursday from 6:30-8:30pm until the Faire.
Quelab’s mission is to foster and sustain an environment that promotes creativity, invention, and collaboration at the intersections of science, culture, art and technology. If you’re unfamiliar with the hackerspace movement, Quelab recommends these two articles by NPR: DIY ‘Hackers’ Tinker Everyday Things Into Treasure and A Space For DIY People To Do Their Business. Better yet, you can experience it yourself by joining them at one of their events! Quelab hosts three events a week at minimum.
Beginner, intermediate, or advanced – everyone welcome!
Hack Nights: Tuesday and Sunday at 7-10pm, $5 for non-members
Co-working Wednesdays: Wednesdays 10am to 5pm, $5 for non-members
Maker Camp, sponsored by MAKE magazine, is a virtual summer camp for teens, with a focus on creating, building, and discovering. We’ll be making 30 awesome projects in 30 days, here on Google+. Maker Camp is free and open to all, and runs from July 16th through August 24th.
Each weekday morning, a new project will be posted by an expert camp counselor who will walk campers through the steps to build the project. And each afternoon, campers can join the camp counselor in a Hangout on Google+ to talk about the project and look at photos campers have submitted. Then, tune in every Friday, when we’ll be taking campers on epic “field trips” via a G+ Hangout.
The best thing about Maker Camp: No registration required! Just follow MAKE on G+: g.co/makercamp