Weaving Circuits with Victoria Manganiello
In this workshop we will explore the basics of conductive and resistive yarns for the purposes of weaving circuits. Small components like batteries, lights and switches can be embedded into the woven structure creating soft and flexible electronics. Students will learn the basics of weaving and the basics of electrical circuitry. We will engage in discussion about e-textiles and talk about ancient technologies like weaving alongside current/future technologies like electrical engineering. While these approaches can be applied to a variety of textile based techniques like sewing, knitting, etc., we will focus on weaving and the woven structure.
Live sessions for this workshop are scheduled as follows:
Workshop Session 1: Saturday, 2/17/24: 12:00 -2:00 pm ET (convert timezone)
Moderated Meetup: Wednesday, 2/21/24: 7:00-8:00 pm ET (convert timezone)
Workshop Session 2: Saturday, 2/24/24: 12:00 -2:00 pm ET (convert timezone)
- Pricing includes the cost of a material kit that will be mailed prior to the start of the workshop. Please include the mailing address your kit should be sent to in the registration.
- All sessions will be held via Zoom Meetings and Saturday sessions will recorded. Video recordings will be available the same day of each session and are accessible to participants through the end of 2024.
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