Tekventure merges imagination, technology, art, and community
Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) field staff in Indiana recently had the privilege of meeting folks from Tekventure, a public art and technology laboratory being developed in Fort Wayne, IN.
Tekventure's goal is to “create a public intersection between imagination, technology, art & community - a space where artists, tinkers, makers, engineers, inventors, prototypers, craftspeople, and others gather to use tools, share ideas and make things.”
The organization holds dozens of great workshops throughout the summer to inspire the “maker” in all of us.
Pictured: Ted Skeeters, Gregory Groth Jacobs, and Jane Applegate.
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