On the October 27, SUPERMARKT opens its doors to all kids and families interested in crafts and technology to get creative in the run up to Halloween!
Make masks inspired by different cultures around the world, and find out how Halloween festivities started. Make a techno Jack O’Lantern with LED eyes, program an Arduino to make a magic eight-ball fortune teller, or even make a Arduino ghost detector! Get creative with chemistry and make your own spooky slime or deadly quicksand. Extract the DNA from a strawberry, make a mutant music hack with a MakeyMakey. Create your own puppet character and write a play for our shadow theatre, or even 3D print a Halloween trick or treat!
Registration: To reserve your spot/s, please send a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading HACKIDEMIA.
Language: Tutors speak German & English, so the language of instruction will depend on the participants, big and small.
Cost: A recommended donation of 5-10 Euro is requested to cover the cost of materials. Donation jars will be on the workshop tables.
Schedule: The workshops will run continuously between 11:00-13:30 and 14:30-17:00. Activities will be drop-in, meaning participants can join in whenever they arrive and leave whenever they’ve had enough fun!
Age range: All ages are welcome. Under 5′s must participate with a guardian however.
Supervision: Guardians are requested to be in attendance. They are welcome to either sit in the SUPERMARKT café while children participate, or join in the fun. Drinks and brunch will be available for purchase at the bar.
What to bring: You are welcome to bring some junk to upcycle and turn into a funky Halloween costume!
Where to go: Supermarkt, Brunnenstrasse 64, 13355 Berlin, Germany
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/665914533442580/