PLEASE NOTE: Anyone younger than 15 must bring along a parent or guardian. If you are 15-18, you need to either bring along a guardian or your signed parental consent form. Anyone younger than 18 who does not have a parent, or if they are 15-18, a parental consent form, will be turned away. We're sorry for the trouble, but MIT Museum policy requires it.
This is a one day (free, though donations are welcome) workshop aiming to bring together people of all ages around the playful investigation of mathematics. With a wide range of games, puzzles, and building projects, there will be a supportive group of people able to help you get started on something exciting. This event is designed for people of all ages and skill levels.
Organized by Shaunalynn Duffy and Beth O'Sullivan, this workshop will be happening at the MIT Museum midday Saturday, 10 April. If you're interested, register here or email Shaunalynn directly (and feel free to ask any questions you've got). Be sure to bring a copy of your ticket/receipt to the workshop for admission to the Museum, and if you're under 18, please bring along your parent or a signed copy of this parental consent form.
When & Where
sprout & the MIT Museum
sprout is a social design firm devoted to creating and supporting the community-driven learning, teaching, and investigation of science. Based in Somerville, sprout co-ordinates community programs and makes available its workshop and labspace to the public as part of its efforts to reveal how to reclaim science as a richly personal and creative craft.
Through interactive exhibitions, public programs, experimental projects and its renown collections, the MIT Museum showcases the fascinating world of MIT, and inspires people of all ages about the possibilities and opportunities offered by science and technology.