Veeblefetzer! No, this is not a fantasy land from a fairy tale or a battle cry in a foreign language. Veeblefetzer comes from the combination of the German words weben which means “to weave” and fetzen which means “to rip or shred." So what is a veeblefetzer? A veeblefetzer is a phrase used in place … Continue reading Veeblefetzers make learning fun!
Top Ten Reasons To Be A Maker at Columbia Mini Maker Fair: 1) Networking! Get to know other Makers in your community and meet Makers in a same or similar field. 2) INSPIRE! You could be the catalyst that helps a child discover his or her passion! 3) Be apart of South Carolinas only Maker … Continue reading Top Ten Reasons To Be a Maker!
Come one, come all Makers! It’s time for a creation extravaganza here in our very own Soda City. Quickly approaching on April 29th is the 5th Annual Columbia Mini Maker Faire here at Columbia’s pride and joy, EdVenture Children’s Museum. We are looking for Makers of all kinds to come and enrich visiting guests by … Continue reading Come One, Come All Makers!
Alright everyone, I'm back on the job coordinating the 5th annual Columbia Mini Maker Faire! First of all let me introduce myself again, I am Jay Robinson, and was fortunate enough to be part of the team that brought the Maker Movement into Columbia in 2013. In the Spring of 2013, EdVenture opened its MakerWorks … Continue reading Columbia Mini Maker Faire Year 5
In addition to the 30+ makers who are coming out to share what they do, we are excited to be offering a host of awesome workshops this year , that give you the opportunity to actively participate in the Making process! The below workshops are included with admission, with only the kit workshops require purchasing of … Continue reading Workshop Schedule!
John Sharpe talks at his Cayce studio April 14, 2016 about his Star Wars Imperial Walker sculpture and other things he has made.