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At 9:16pm on October 18, 2012, Claudio Di Capua said…

Hi Paulo,

I will work with the students Concept and Design applied in Products, I believe this is a new way to teach Arts, Science and Technology integrated.

Using an Interdiciplinary approach. FabLab goes far beyond compared with the Educational Robotics, I will work with this perspective next year inside the Apice College.

At 7:51pm on March 23, 2014, Tom Dubick said…


I am excited about joining FabLab@School but I don't see any posts in 2014?  It looks like folks were posting in June 2013 and then stopped?  I am guessing that I am just not seeing the recents posts?    


At 8:49am on March 31, 2014, Davide Prete said…

Hi Paulo,

I am Davide Prete  and I teach at Corcoran College of Art and PGCC in Washington DC.

We are organizing a Symposium about digital fabrication and education (K-12 and colleges) on June 25/26.

Can you post the request for papers / workshop?

Thank you,

Here is the letter I am using to invite speakers:

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Prince George's Community College is pleased to invite you to its second ConFABulation, a two-day symposium focused on integrating 3D scanning, modeling, and printing into arts and sciences classes. Taking place at the college on June 25–26, 2014, the symposium will include panel discussions, paper presentations, workshops, industry space and an open hackerspace. In addition to creating a venue where people can share ideas and network, the goal of the symposium is to help high school and college art and science programs establish a foundation for applying 3D practices in their classrooms, allowing them to work towards a future where younger generations of students are well equipped to innovate and meet the demands of the ever changing manufacturing, art, business and entertainment landscapes. Last year our keynote speaker was Michael Weinberg, author of the whitepaper “It Will Be Awesome If They Don’t Screw It Up”.  We also had a video introduction from U.S. Congressman Bill Foster, author of the National Fab Lab Network Act of 2013.


If you would like to attend our event, present or prepare a workshop, please contact us at confabpgcc@gmail.com.  Also additional information will soon be available at our website: www.confab2.com


Davide Prete, 3D Subject Matter Consultant.

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Posted on January 28, 2010 at 7:38pm 0 Comments

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