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Monday 11 May 2020


Join us for the latest lockdown edition of Maker Monday on Monday 11th May, our fortnightly slice of inspiration from the creative and tech worlds

As always, we will keep the inspiration flowing with some shorter, impactful talks, lots of sharing, content and space for discussion.

If you want to bring your own food and beer along as well, please do.


Speakers confirmed

Tanya Fish (@tanurai)

Maker, educator, writer, and a bit of everything along the way, Tanya has travelled the world exploring and sharing making skills. Tanya returns to Maker Monday to share insights on how you can make for your mind. Expect to get hands-on with lockdown creative action.

Dr Jon Chippindall (@DrChips_)

Jon’s work with SEERIH ( at The University of Manchester promotes ‘tinkering’ as an approach to engineering education in the primary curriculum. Jon will share his work from the university, including freely available resources along with insights from his live STEM-based ‘Daily Dose’ shows he has been broadcasting across YouTube whilst schools have been closed.

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Why come to this event?

To learn

Learn from the expertise of individuals in both arts and technology in a collaborative space environment.

To collaborate

Forge new collaborative partnerships – There’s also a chance to hear from our Maker Monday project leaders, who are open to collaboration opportunities. You may also be able to share project ideas of your own and get their input.

To network

Find new connections with other like-minded creative individuals, hear from special guests and how they are innovating.

Who should come along?

Coders & makers

Designers, artists & creatives


Data scientists