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Philly Give & Get Maker Edition // DesignPhiladelphia [EVENTS]

This week: Learn from Philly's makers, discuss technology and accessibility and think about 3D printing and the future at an art exhibit.

Experience DesignPhiladelphia this week and head out to our tech event picks below.

This week: Learn from Philly’s makers, discuss technology and accessibility and think about 3D printing and the future at an art exhibit.

Philly Give & Get: MAKER Edition : Help raise money for the Scribe Video Center by bidding on Philly makers at this charity auction. Find our preview here. Thursday, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 Frankford Avenue. Fishtown. RSVP. $12.

What We Can Learn From Digital Outcasts: At this meeting of the UX Book Club, hear from author Kel Smith about “how we can use technology to help people with disabilities and disadvantages rather than leaving them behind,” as the event organizers put it. Read more about Smith’s book “Digital Outcasts” hereWednesday, 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. First Round Capital, 4040 Locust Street. University City.RSVP. Free.

Design & Self Manufacturing: How The World Will Change: How will 3D printing change the world? That’s what this exhibit attempts to answer. This is the opening night of the exhibit and part of DesignPhiladelphia. Friday, 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Minima, 118 N. 3rd St. Old City. RSVP. Free.

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