Paper Circuit Art: Short Workshop
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Introduce yourself! What do you do? What stuff do you normally make? What do you hope to get out of this class?
Do you have any questions or special requests?
Time and Place
Date: December 26//January 2, 9, 16
Time: 6:30PM - 8:30PM
// 2-D conductors
// LEDs and resistors
// Using soldering irons properly
// Interactivity with paper
// Final Mini Project
Who should come?
Anyone who wants to learn a little bit of electronics in a fun way; anyone who wants to learn to create interactive art; or anyone who just wants to learn to make cards and letters for special people, using special media.
This course is quite detailed, and it is guaranteed you will learn a lot regardless of who you are and what your skill level is.
Ages 14 - 99 very welcome.
이 과정은 영어로 진행되며 한국어로 추가 설명이 제공됩니다.
Q: Do I need any prior knowledge of electronics?
A: No! All you need to bring along humour and a curious mind, and the rest will be filled in.
Q: Can I bring along tools?
A: If you have some pliers, a cutting mat, thin box-cutters, and your favourite scissors, these will make your life more comfortable during the course.
Q: Can I bring along scrap card-paper and old magazines?
A: Yes! Please do! It will give you more opportunity to practice, and maybe make something crazy and wonderful long the way.
Q: Is there any danger involved?
A: We will work with soldering irons and box-cutters, low-hazard stuff if you are careful.
Soldering irons give off a bit of smoke, which is a slight lung-irritant.
If you suffer from asthma, please let me know, and we can take special care of you. ^^
Deposit and Payment Info
Course Price: 170,000₩
Class size is limited to 6 students.
To reserve your spot for this class you must pay a deposit of 20,000₩, refundable until 4 days before class begins.
A spot will not be reserved until payment has processed.
The remaining 150,000₩ must be paid at the start of the class.
Hoets Paul Roald Julian
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