MUJERES MAKERS

Designed and developped in Fablab Cuenca

Community Social initiatives Education STEAM education Digital fabrication Gender diversity

Mujeres makers is an innovation program that was created with the purpose of involving girls and women from Castilla-La Mancha in the digital, scientific and technological sectors.

To achieve this objective, we have developed the initiative through a technological literacy program for women and girls through a series of workshops, courses and events focused on the field of new technologies and digital manufacturing.


The initiative has been developed by the professional team of FabLab Cuenca and has the support and funding of the US Embassy Madrid Instituto de la Mujer de Castilla-La Mancha and Cruz Roja Cuenca

ALL WORKSHOPS ARE DESIGNED FOR GIRLS, YOUNG PEOPLE AND WOMEN TO BEGIN TO DESIGN, INVENT AND BUILD THEIR OWN IDEAS


The activities created through STEAM education and around digital manufacturing, making unique and personalized objects while we start to use new technologies differently.


Format:

The workshops are developed in a fun way, bringing the knowledge of new creation techniques mixed with traditional processes that serve as inspiration, while it is intended to provide tools and knowledge so that the participants can become passionate about science and technology.

Groups are formed by age range. Each workshop lasts at least 2h.

Place:

All activities are developed in the FabLab Cuenca space:

Plaza del Romero nº2 - 16004 (Cuenca)


If you are interested in knowing how everything works, do not hesitate to contact the team!

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