As part of our series of co-produced events in Birmingham with STEAMhouse, Kat Braybrooke and Adrian McEwen will be speaking on 9 October about how makers can use, defend and contribute to the commons.
From open source hardware to how-to videos, grassroots projects to cultural institutions, making increasingly happens in the ‘commons’.
Whether located in the makerspace or the museum, or accessible thanks to digital platforms and communities, these common goods are freely available to all and allow us to share knowledge and creativity to build a more equitable, accessible, and innovative world, transforming how we make with, and think about, the things that surround us.
This event is free. Book your space here.