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Sunday, May 7 • 1:00pm - 3:30pm
UNC Chapel Hill – BeAM Makerspace Tours

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BeAM@Carolina is a growing network of makerspaces where the UNC community comes together in the design and making of physical objects for education, research, entrepreneurship and recreation.   Open without charge to all UNC students, faculty, and staff; BeAM (Be A Maker) has become a prominent force in breaking down the proverbial siloed walls of academia.  We offer open studios, training workshops, host classes and group activities in spaces equipped with a wide range of digital and conventional fabrication technologies.  General information: beam.unc.edu and library.unc.edu/makerspace/

Where:  BeAM@Murray Hall and BeAM@Kenan Science Library --  Point your GPS to 100 South Rd., Chapel Hill, NC and look for the Construct3D/BeAM signs.  Parking is free on weekends.  Follow the wayfinding signs into Murray Hall.  We will be offering small group tours on a rolling basis so please drop by Murray when you are able and then stroll over to Venable Hall G301 (across the courtyard and down one level) to see their design and modeling center, co-working and makerspaces, and the handcrafted UNC Periodic Table of the Elements.

 


Sunday May 7, 2017 1:00pm - 3:30pm
BeAM@Murray Hall 100 South Rd., Chapel Hill, NC