Summer School of Making for Professionals, Graduates, Students and PhD-Students

In 2015 you can be part of the Summer School of Making of Howest University College and BUDA::lab in Belgium.

This event is addressed to professionals, graduates, students and PhD-students from several creative-technical disciplines who want to learn hands-on techniques and perfect their making skills. The summer school of making is an intensive experience. Based on your personal interest, you will choose and attend in a set of workshops during the day and open labs in the evening. There’s a camping site on the location itself.

Come and immerse yourself in the topics of design, prototyping, digital development and the internet of things.

Students who want to obtain 3 ECTS credits are more than welcome to work on an interdisciplinary social-cultural design challenge (19-21th of August) led by design & multimedia coaches.

The overarching theme for the challenge in 2015 will be The Internet of Things.

August 19-29, 2015.

More information: http://summerschool.howest.be/program.aspx

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