On our final Maker-a-Day, we are joined by Megan Scott, an artist with Chester Beatty Library showing us how to make a “DIY Steampunk Plague Doctor Mask”, and James Clifford from MadeByCliff who will be showing us how to make our own “Ergonomic folding laptop stand”.
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12:00 – 13:00
Megan Scott (artist) / Chester Beatty: DIY Steampunk Plague Doctor Mask
Megan Scott will show you how to make a medieval style plague doctor mask with a steampunk twist.
Materials to take part in this workshop
- Masking tape
- Toilet roll tubes
📍Where to find Megan Scott
📍Where to find Chester Beatty
13:00 – 14:00
MadeByCliff: Ergonomic folding laptop stand
James Clifford will be running this workshop on creating your own folding laptop stand.
While are all working from home these days, our ergonomic work environment has been left behind. I have created a laptop stand which raises the laptop to the correct height and also folds away when you’re not using it. It also becomes a case for your keyboard, mouse and other peripherals when folded.
Materials needed for this workshop
It is a simple plywood design with a few small 1 inch hinges. It can be made with a saw, chisel and wood glue.
📍Where to find MadeByCliff
For more info on our other Maker-a-Day events during Science Week, check out http://www.dublinmaker.ie/maker-a-day-at-science-week/ for more details.