Monthly Archives: October 2014


Maker Jawn Teaches Copper Tape Notebooking at Girls on Fire

  Maker Jawn recently participated in the Girls on Fire workshop. Organized by Philadelphia educators and community organizers Samuel Reed III and Peggy Marie Savage, Girls on Fire was geared towards sparking and sustaining the creative interests of middle school and high school age girls. The program was part of an initiative to give kids a summer head start in… Read more →

Meredith loves cats, so we decorated her to look like one.

Our Tinkering Session with Long Exposure Photography

Ever since I heard of Glow Doodle, a computer application that turns a webcam into a long exposure camera that allows you to create designs using lights, I have been wanting to experiment with it with my fellow Maker Mentors at the Free Library of Philadelphia. A couple weeks ago, I got the opportunity to host a tinkering session using long exposure… Read more →