Milieux is thrilled to announce that Massimo Banzi, interaction designer and co-founder of The Arduino Project, will be a special guest of the Institute at Concordia University in Montreal.

Part of his visit, Massimo will lead a hands-on Arduino workshop for makers and those with previous experience working with Arduino microcontrollers. Participants are welcome from anywhere in Concordia, Montreal and nearby. Faculty, staff, students, artists, tinkerers, technicians, educators and Arduino keeners are more than welcome to apply for this rare opportunity to talk shop with one of the folks that helped build it all. Participants will be expected to bring their own notebook computers or Arduino project.

Space for this workshop is limited; potential participants must apply using the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/OJDawn5XLsDkGwpg1

Please apply now! Final decisions on workshop participants will based on evidence of experience, diversity/inclusion, project variety and keenness. Notifications will be sent on Sept 23rd.

Participation in the workshop is by invitation only.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 | 1-4 PM
TAG LAB, EV 11-435
1515 ST. CATHERINE ST. WEST

For more information or questions, please contact Harry Smoak (harry.smoak@concordia.ca) or Bart Simon (bart.simon@concordia.ca).

APPLY TO TAKE PART IN THE WORKSHOP HERE