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Åbningsreception i OSAA2.0

Åbningsreception i OSAA2.0

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Lørdag d. 22 februar, fra klokken 11:00 er der åbningsreception i Open Space Aarhus, i anledning af flytningen til Katrinebjergvej 105.

Vi er ret godt på plads i vores nye lokaler; der mangler stadig nogle ting – (man kan vel i virkeligheden aldrig sige at et hackerspace nogensinde bliver “færdigt”) – men under alle omstændigheder vil vi nu markere at flytningen er overstået, ved at invitere indenfor til åbent hus / indflytningsreception i de nye lokaler, af nogle kaldet OSAA2.0.

Denne reception er en fantastisk mulighed for at komme indenfor i et ægte hackerspace, og se hvad der foregår.
I løbet at dagen har vi arrangeret en række foredrag med introduktioner til miljøet og spændende tekniske emner. Der vil være mulighed for at “se med fingrene”, spille på TASFs arkademaskiner, og måske bygge et smykke af gammel elekronik.

[important]Læs mere om arrangementet her: http://osaa.dk/2014/02/abningsreception-i-osaa2-0/[/important]

NerdySmykker – make jewelry with computer parts

NerdySmykker – make jewelry with computer parts

A free workshop at the Main Library Aarhus, where Open Space Aarhus (OSAA), Aarhus’s one and only hackspace http://osaa.dk, has taken domicile for the month of February in the library’s Folkelab.

We’ll be making jewelry and/or decorations from computer parts – anything from wind chimes to earrings, but feel free to run your imagination run wild…

Tools and materials are available in the  library. However, you can bring your old computer if you want to get rid of it, so we can ”harvest” the parts and use them straightaway!

Language: mostly English, some Danish, some Dutch.

It is fun! It is cheap! It is sustainable! Reach out to your creativity and inner nerd!

Julepynt the nerdy way

Julepynt the nerdy way

Make your own X-mas decorations from computer parts

A free workshop at Open Space Aarhus (OSAA), Aarhus’s one and only hackspace http://osaa.dk

Hacker Klaartje Bruyn (aka Moem), visiting Aarhus from the Netherlands, shows you and helps you make your own Christmas decorations using parts of hard disks, copper wire, CD’s and whatnot.

Tools and materials are available in OSAA. However, you can bring your old computer if you want to get rid of it, so we can ”harvest” the parts for the Christmas decorations.

Language: mostly English, some Danish, some Dutch.

When:Tuesday 20 November, from 19.00 – 21.00 hrs.

Where:Open Space Aarhus, Bryggervej 30, 8240 Aarhus N http://find.osaa.dk

It is fun! It is cheap! It is sustainable! Reach out to your creativity and inner nerd!