Screening and Discussion of Maker, the Documentary

The NWAIS Makerspace fellowship team will be hosting a screening and discussion of Maker, a documentary of the maker movement at The Overlake School on Thursday, March 5th at 6PM. This is a free event, and there will be pizza (which is also free)! This event is funded by the NWAIS Fellowship for Collaborative Innovation and is open to all faculty and staff from NWAIS member schools.

To RSVP, please fill out this form: http://goo.gl/forms/yfOfyMFKn7

We ask that all attendees RSVP so we can make sure that we have enough pizza and parking spaces for everyone.

What is Maker?

"Maker" is a feature documentary looking into the maker movement in America reforming the economy with a new wave of Do-It-Yourself and Do-It-Together. Breaking the hobbyist movement stereotype, "Maker" delves deep into this ecosystem of design and manufacturing in the Internet era.

For more information on the film and its trailer, visit http://makerthemovie.com/

Free Pizza?

Free pizza! Please RSVP via the link above to we can make sure that there's enough pizza for everyone and that all your dietary needs are met. Gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options are available.

Where/When is the Screening?

The screening will be held at The Overlake School on Thurs 3/5. Pizza will be served at 6PM, with the screening starting at 6:30PM, with discussion to follow after the 65 minute screening.

The Overlake School is located at 20301 NE 108th Street, Redmond, WA 98053. The screening will take place in Discovery Hall in the Math/Science Building (building 1 on the campus map).

Overlake Campus Map: https://www.overlake.org/sites/default/files/documents/guides/CampusMap.pdf
More Information and Directions: https://www.overlake.org/about#campus

Transportation

Driving: You can park in the lots labelled Visitor Parking, Staff Parking, and Senior Parking on the campus map. No permits or placards are necessary for parking. Need a carpool partner? Try the NWAIS Makerspace Mailing List!

Public Transportation: Overlake is not easily accessible on public transit. We can make limited pick ups and drop offs at the Redmond Transit Center (where many buses, including the 545 to/from downtown Seattle) before and after the event. If you would like to be picked up at the Redmond Transit Center, please let us know on your RSVP form and e-mail Wing at wmui@overlake.org to work out the logistics.