Makers Empire and The History Trust of South Australia are presenting a two-day exhibition, The Curious Past, at the end of May to show how school students are using design thinking and 3D printing to study history.
SA company Makers Empire has worked with schools all around SA to create this impressive history showcase. Students from Murray Bridge North Primary School, West Beach Primary School and Coorara Primary School have been using 3D technology and Makers Empire to explore projects on subjects such as the Aboriginal history of the Murray River and Australia’s migration history.
At The Curious Past exhibition, you will discover how school students have used design thinking and 3D printing to unlock the curious secrets of the past.
Simply explore what’s on show, or put your own creativity to the test and use available found and recycled objects to make your own contribution.
The Curious Past Exhibition
Tuesday 29 – Wednesday 30 May 2018
10am – 4.30pm
History Trust of South Australia
Drill Hall, Torrens Parade Ground,
Victoria Drive, Adelaide SA, Australia
Families welcome. Parking available on the Torrens Parade Ground.
We’d love you to join us for the launch on Tuesday 29 May at 4.30pm.
Click here to RSVP for The Curious Past Exhibition launch.
Makers Empire: Better Learning By Design
Makers Empire helps K-8 teachers teach Design Thinking, STEM and 21st-century learning skills using 3D printing. Our pioneering 3D solutions for schools include 3D modelling software, over 150 lesson plans aligned with international standards and professional development. With Makers Empire, engaged students learn how to solve real-world problems and make their world better.