18 Jul 2021
DM21 Revisited Blog

Dublin Maker 2021 – Looking Back

Dublin Maker ran its first successful all virtual Maker festival on Saturday, June 19th. With over 40 exhibits showcasing live demos, pre-recorded videos, posters to check out, and of course, the most important part, meeting the Makers themselves. Over 300 people signed up to wander around our virtual Maker festival. Thank you all who joined … Continue reading →Dublin Maker 2021 – Looking Back
12 Jul 2021
Vicky THANK YOU

Looking Back as Maker Advocate

Hai, everybody! Vicky here, writing about my reflection looking back as a member of the Dublin Maker team as their Maker Advocate. My role wrapped at the end of June and it’s been over 2 years since I joined the Dublin Maker Team as their Maker Advocate especially since my review blog post on life … Continue reading →Looking Back as Maker Advocate
16 Dec 2020

Dublin Maker partners in Erasmus+ Programme – ASSESSMAKE21

📢 We are delighted to announce that Dublin Maker (and DCU) is a partner on an Erasmus+ Programme called ASSESSMAKE21 (thanks to Mairéad Hurley from Science Gallery Dublin for connecting us to Learnovate who is the main drive of the project). Maker Advocate, Vicky Twomey-Lee will be point of contact on behalf of Dublin Maker. … Continue reading →Dublin Maker partners in Erasmus+ Programme – ASSESSMAKE21
15 Dec 2020

Winners of the Christmas Decoration Competition

Dublin Maker, Benchspace Cork and TOG Hackerspace would like to thank everyone who supported and took part in our joint Christmas Decoration Competition. A big thanks to the judges besides myself: Meg “Without a Stitch” David Scannell It was quite a difficult decision, we’ve had over 104 amazing festive entries and after careful consideration by … Continue reading →Winners of the Christmas Decoration Competition

The Dublin Maker Podcast S2E2: Music and Maker with Joe Timoney

Joe is back with us and Tomas is our host for this episode on Music and Making. Last time Joe talked about synth music, and if you missed that episode, you can check it out here. In this episode, he will be talking about guitars, foot pedals and Making. Joe Timoney is a lecturer at NUIM, … Continue reading →The Dublin Maker Podcast S2E2: Music and Maker with Joe Timoney
18 Jul 2018

80’s Coder Dojo

80’s Coder Dojo – DCU-MU MusicTech Dublin City University and Maynooth University will be joining up to provide a hands on experience of 8-bit coding on vintage 80’s computers including Commodore 64k, BBC B micros, Vic 20, Sinclair Spectrum, Acorn Electron, etc.  Think Scratch programming too low level? Wait til you get your hands on … Continue reading →80’s Coder Dojo
18 Jul 2018

Creative Spark

Creative Spark Creative Spark provides an infrastructure to support the development of creative and innovative start-up enterprises in County Louth and the North East. It provides practical opportunities through the provision of training and opportunities within the creative industries and technology sectors. It has ceramics, glass and printmaking facilities in Dundalk and will bring a … Continue reading →Creative Spark
18 Jul 2018

MakerDojo – You Can Do This

MakerDojo – You Can Do This You can do this. That’s the idea for MakerDojo. We’ll show you technology, science, mathematic and engineering projects, mini and large makes, but more importantly, why and how they work, and how you can make them yourselves. MakerDojo is a club encouraging the general public to explore science and … Continue reading →MakerDojo – You Can Do This
18 Jul 2018

LOVE INK PAPER SCISSORS

LOVE INK PAPER SCISSORS Hi, my name is Nadine and I have always drawn and made things as gifts, for my children, for friends, weddings and birthday parties to name a few. I started my own stationery business in 2017 and called it Love Ink Paper Scissors as this name reflects my favourite things. I … Continue reading →LOVE INK PAPER SCISSORS
18 Jul 2018

Galaxies Stones

Galaxies Stones Namaste! I have always been fascinated by Physics and Astronomy. As a child I wondered about Space and it’s constituents like Stars, Planets, Comets, Constellations and Galaxies. So due to this interest I have done my Masters in Physics and then Masters in Education. I like to spend more time with kids as … Continue reading →Galaxies Stones