Mainframe Workshop: Sewable + Paper Electronics, w/ Jordan Smith
When: July 20th, 6-9 pm
Where: 72 Harbour Dr
Jordan Smith is back with another Mainframe workshop! On July 20th, from 6-9 pm, learn how to bring your textiles to life with LEDs, conductive fabric and conductive thread!
Circuits don’t have to use wires and circuit boards – they can be made of many conductive materials. This workshop will explore the different uses of conductive threads, fabrics, and tapes through embroidery, drawing, and collage.
Supplies will be provided but feel free to bring your own fibre arts or paper projects in this hands-on workshop. No existing electronics, textiles or paper craft experience is needed. This workshop is FREE to attend, and no pre-registration is required. If you have any questions or comments, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Based in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Jordan Smith (he/him) works with wood, metal, jazz, watercolour, electronics and local flora/fauna. With a Master’s of Engineering, Jordan has roboticized a can of Carnation milk to combat a carton of fresh milk in an ultimate battle for better beverages and made generative art physical with CNC milling. He’s built robot sailboats, found fraud and scams with AI at Verafin, and he helps run local robotics competitions with FIRST Lego / Skills Canada. Jordan has too many spare parts, a deep knowledge of cloud computing knowledge, and an eagerness to combine art and technology.