Two ‘Digital Fabrication’ family days will take place at the Ulster Museum this March 5 and 19, allowing people to get hands on with some of the latest advancements in digital technology.
Offered by the Nerve Centre’s Creative Centenaries project in partnership with the Nerve Centre’s FabLab, the sessions are a chance to explore the Ulster Museum’s First World War handling collection and take part in workshops to design your own artefacts and objects.
Workshops will allow the public to laser cut and build their own trench periscope, design and cut their own map based jigsaw, 3D print a model of the Lusitania or screen print recreations of First World War recruitment posters.
The sessions will run from 10.30am to 4pm each Saturday and are free to attend. Workshop places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Drop in and have some fun!