It’s Electric! Make a Light-Up Puppet
|Email:||genconpuppets (at) gmail.com (Replace (at) with @ for real address.)|
|Rules:||Game system not specified|
|Time slot:||Thu Aug 1 11:00 am - 3:00 pm (4 hours)|
|Host:||Kat Pleviak (Puppet Program)|
|Experience required:||Some (You've played it a bit and understand the basics)|
|Location:||Marriott, room Indiana Ballroom E|
|Tickets:||0 out of 12 are available (as of 2 hours ago (3:30 pm Thursday May 28th, 2020))|
|Event added:||Tue May 7 3:30 am|
This workshop explores the wide world of soft sculpture materials that can be used to make a circuit & will show participants how to integrate these circuits into a working rod puppet.
In this class students will be able to learn to use a wide variety of materials to make circuits in their puppets. Supplies available to participants will include conductive thread, conductive fabric, conductive paint, & conductive tape. When these materials are combined with LED’s, batteries, switches & a circuit all kinds of fun are in store. Participants will learn how make a proper circuit & the fundamentals of how they work. Then participants will be able to make a puppet using these materials that will utilize electricity. Everyone will get a hand-out showing where to get all the materials available to them in class. The focus of this class is to teach about circuits & the materials available to create them in soft sculpture mediums. Beginners in circuitry are welcome but a basic working knowledge of crafting skills are needed to leave with a completed puppet.