Not only are we doing two 10-student classes but we are allowing the public to vote. There will be a vote on which epsiode will be viewed at each class. After the class, each painting will be uploaded online and the community will vote on the best one. The winner will win a free class at i3 Detroit. Don’t worry. If you are embarased, you can use a false name. Based on the ruckuss from last class, there will be many questionable paintings. We still question how dinosaurs, volcanos and UFOs ended up on the last class’s paintings.
Join us 2/26 at 5pm and 7pm for an amazing event where you will find out if you can keep up with the legend, Bob Ross. Only $20 gets you 1 hour of fun but the mockery you will get from hanging it in your living room will last a lifetime. All materials will be provided at the class. Voting for the pictures will be posted next week.
Members of i3 Detroit will be hosting a panel at ConFusion this coming weekend.
ConFusion runs from Friday January 21st to Sunday, January 23rd at the Detroit Marriott in Troy, 200 W. Big Beaver Rd.
The Panel will be held Sunday, January 23 @ 12pm in Salon E.
The panel is called ”The Age of the Hacker: A Primer to Hackerspaces and DIY Culture.”
Excerpt from Program Book: “Hackers (not computer thieves, but rather the imaginative practitioners of the do-it-yourself mentality) are on the rise. The Internet has made all manner of technology more accessible and cost-effective to the ordinary hobbyist, providing everything from free project diagrams to cheap pneumatic valves. As a direct result, more people are exploring the world of at-home machining, crafting, and electronics-for-fun, profit, and home repair. Most of all they are getting out of their garages and into communities called hackerspaces, where they work, share, and learn together. Join a few members from i3Detroit as they explain the hackerspace phenomenon, demonstrate a few projects, and show you that we truly live in the Age of the Hacker.”
Panelists include: Nick Britsky, Ted Hansen, Brad McMahon, and Ross Smith.
For more information about ConFusion, check out http://confusion.stilyagi.org/
The event will be all about games – BYOC (Bring your own computer) gaming, Board gaming, and tabletop RPG.
The i3Detroit common space will be set up for computer gaming with plenty of power, tables, and chairs. The loft will sport a projector hooked up for console gaming (Got a vintage console you can bring?). Board games will take place in any of our multiple rooms.
If you have any kind of game people will enjoy, bring it, bring yourself, and bring your thirst for gaming. See you then!
Mark your calendars! On Sunday, January 9th, we’ll depart i3Detroit at 12:00 PM for lunch (location TBD once we get together). Around 1:15, we’ll head over to the Birmingham Ice Arena for the 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM open skate. Be sure to bring $5 for admission and $3 for rental skates if you need them (bring skates if you can, though; the online information says “limited sizes” are available).
Once we’ve had our fill, we’ll return to i3Detroit for hot chocolate, grilled cheese, and roast marshmallows. Yum!
Additional Links and Information:
Birmingham Ice Arena
2300 East Lincoln Street
Birmingham, MI 48009
Questions? Contact email@example.com
See you then!
phone: (248) 906-8473
For tours, just drop in before a meeting (Tuesdays 5-7pm) or any Friday evening (5-9pm).
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