Level up your technology skills during the semester break at our makerspace Winter Technology Workout! Join in to explore and experiment with new creative technologies, and find the inspiration for your next creative project, all for free!
ThinkSpace and CreateSpace are open all semester break. We have workshops for all interests and skill levels, whether you want to learn more about 3D printing, or work on your at-home video editing skills, we have a huge range of events happening all through July, both on campus (when regulations allow) and online! Always check the event details closer to the day to see if regulations allow us to have in person options, or only online.
Week beginning 5 July: Open-source editing software exploring
We kick off Week 1 with exploring the potential of open-source software! Unlock your media editing skills with our series of workshops where we teach your audio editing, video editing and photo editing with free, open-source software you can use anywhere!
Week beginning 12 July: Making your 3D World
Week 2 is about all things 3D! Dive into the world of creating and crafting 3D objects with workshops on using our 3D scanner and 3D printer and designing your own 3D model for printing!
Week beginning 19 July: Bringing your designs to life
In Week 3 you’ll get the chance to channel your creative design skills across a variety of different platforms! Discover what you need to create your own podcast, design and make your own vinyl decal.
Week beginning 26 July: Adobe Creative program
In the final week of our Winter Technology Workout we introduce you to two of the staple creative software available through Adobe Creative Cloud: Photoshop and Premier Pro. Come along to learn how to edit photos and videos using professional, industry-standard software.
We’ll also be hosting drop-in sessions for our Video Recording studios at ThinkSpace and CreateSpace, every Friday in July (when regulations allow).
Find out more by visiting the Library Event Calendar, and don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @sydney_library_pla