Interested in becoming a member of the Recyclism Hacklab + Regular mentoring sessions / workshops?
contact [At] hacklab.recyclism [DoT] com
How to become a Member of Recyclism Hacklab?
Please note that the Recyclism Hacklab is no longer in activity in Dublin
Simply register and Join the Recyclism Hacklab for free and be part of an online/offline community of Art and Technology enthusiasts open to share ideas and knowledge. See members page →
Members have access to updates, tutorials, events and free workshops run throughout the year by guests of the Hacklab. All events run in the Hacklab are documented and open sourced on the Hacklab’s website →
Also, Hacklab Members have priority access and discount rates to all DATA workshops (Dublin Art and Technology Association) and other cool pop up events including gigs, workshops, publications and much more. In parallel to those events, members can book Physical Computing Masterclasses and Mentoring Sessions to help them develop their own practice and ongoing projects.
Hacklab Monthly meetup (for Members only)
Every last Friday afternoon of the month, all members are invited to gather for a group work sessions to discuss ongoing projects, exchange tips and tricks and support each other. Those session may also include visiting artists / researchers presenting their research (free and limited to 10 people at the time).
The Member+ have access to Hacklab space and facilities and the opportunity to work with other members outside the Masterclasses or Mentoring sessions (based on bookings and availability).
Physical Computing Masterclasses / Workshops (for Members only):
The Physical Computing Masterclasses are open to all members and consists of a hands on introduction to physical computing (Arduino + PureData + Max/Msp + Processing, etc..). The workshops are 3h sessions (10am to 1pm or 2pm to 5pm) and run on a bi-monthly basis (based on bookings and availability). Fee depends of the number of participants, the more people come the cheaper it gets!
Mentoring Sessions (for Members only):
A mentoring session consists of private (or group tutorials) based on projects (conceptual and technical) or Physical Computing Classes with access to tools and equipment. The sessions are run by Benjamin Gaulon and occasionally by guests mentors. The mentoring sessions are available on demand (based on availability). Fee depends of the number of participants, the more people come the cheaper it gets!
Physical Computing Masterclasses / Workshops (for non-members):
The Physical Computing Masterclasses are open to any participants (with no programming or electronic background) and consists of a hands on introduction to physical computing (Arduino + PureData + Processing). The workshops are from 10am to 4.30pm and run on a monthly basis.