FAB16 Application - Workshops
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Applications close July 15, 2021
Under the theme #Fabricating the Commons, FAB16, from August 9th to August 15th, 2021, is a hybrid and distributed event!
We welcome proposals from all over the world to engage in hands-on workshops and discussions!
* * * Take into consideration that your workshop should last no more than 2 hours!
** If you are looking to also submit a Fabercise, Fab world, or other pre-recorded content, apply for those here:
Please read the options below carefully and select the one that better fits your needs. If you'd like to apply with more than one workshop, you can complete the form more than once.
**HANDS-ON ONLINE WORKSHOPS
Lead a workshop where others can follow along while in their local Fab Lab or at home. These can be pre-recorded or live, and can be done in your native language or in English, depending on your preference.
Please keep in mind that, given the circumstances around Covid-19, not everyone will have access to tools you would find in a Fab Lab unless they can purchase them ahead of time. Thus we will need a detailed list of materials for ONLINE workshops as soon as possible. This is also a chance to rethink what workshops we can do with things you can buy at local stores or find in most anyone's home!
Get involved with the community and share your knowledge and your thoughts around a particular topic with a discussion-based workshop.
We encourage you to adapt your theoretical workshop so that it is engaging ONLINE. You can also use collaborative online tools such as
for enhancing the interaction.
In the case that the borders are open and we are able to host international participants in Montréal, we will have the opportunity to hold on site workshops in Montréal, in addition to the workshops happening online for the full virtual conference. Is there a possibility that you would come to Montréal and do your workshop on site, or is your workshop for the virtual conference?
On site in Montréal
Both are a possibility
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