Libraries used to be places for doing bookish. It's not that simple anymore. Washington DC just announced the winning proposal for renovating its historic central library. The winner? An ambitious plan to turn the building into a place where ideas are born--and things actually made.
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The digital media lab will help you with planning and executing the digital/av side of your project. Focus on animation, post production, video and media content. No exactly what we're going to do, but interesting.
The Waiting Room is offering artists/makers access to shared studio spaces and workshops. For £1 a day resident membership provides access to a lockable think-work-store space (in former toilet cubicles) and all the tools, workshops and amenities available at The Waiting Room. For 50p a day non-resident membership provides access to all the tools, workshops and amenities available at The Waiting Room.
Very maker-focuses and a work in progress. Interesting ideas.
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