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Check out the Baltimore-made website for the National Week of Making

Digital Harbor Foundation and Mindgrub Technologies teamed up to make the site, which serves as the place to find out about the June 12-18 events series.

During the Digital Harbor Foundation's summertime Maker Camp, students made 3D objects and programmed computer games. (Courtesy photo)

The Week of Making begins today, unifying maker education groups across the country.
The Week’s website will be one of the gathering points for events and info. It was built in Baltimore.
Andrew Coy of the Digital Harbor Foundation spearheaded the website, which provides an area for maker groups to submit events. People interested in getting involved with events throughout the week can find them on a map.
Check it out
In addition to working with his own team at DHF, Coy worked with Mindgrub Creative Strategy Director Leah Vogely to build the website over the last three months.

Companies: Mindgrub / Digital Harbor Foundation

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