The second Sunday of every month is Family Free Day at MODA! Join us Sunday, August 13th for Hacking.
Hacking isn’t just about writing code on computers. At its core, hacking is seeing a computer, chair, or lamp as raw material that we can use to make something else. A hacker wouldn’t see a chair as just a chair. They would see a mix of low and high tech prototyping materials – wooden cylinders, short curved wood planks, fabric, staples, and cotton batting – and make something innovative and functional.
Throughout the day, we’ll explore different types of hacking. Family free day attendees will have the opportunity to explore different hacking activities with MODA’s Design Thinking Educators. While you’re here, check out MODA’s newest exhibition, Luba Lukova: Designing Justice, an exhibition that delves into the work of Bulgarian-born artist and graphic designer Luba Lukova.
The event is completely free, but we do ask that you please register in advance so we know how many epic hackers to expect.
We look forward to seeing you on August 13th!