Video star

Here we go – finally a lovely video by Ko-Le to show everyone how wonderful we are… yippee!

Anyways, here’s a loverly vid from Ko-Le from the summer Sundroiders….

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Moredroids in October

In the quarry again over the last couple of days with more super cool students from Samuel Kings School in Alston and St John’s Catholic School in Bishop Auckland harnessing the power of the sun to make stuff move. This time we were joined by puppeteer and maker Molly Barrett who helped with some ideas on how things can move, wiggle and spin, also James Davoll, photographer and DM student from Culture Lab.

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21st & 22nd October

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june workshops at Harehope!

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Workshop pictures

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Solar flare on display

The first two ‘sundroid’ workshops took place at Harehope Quarry on 16th & 17th June. We had two fabulous groups of year nine students being very good company and superbly creative. On Wednesday we were mob handed with Jamie Allen, Will Schrimshaw, Ko-Le Chen and Tom Schofield representing Culture Lab, Kamila Wajda from Bremen University, Steve Dales from Harehope Quarry and Tali Padan representing the finest traits of all human kind. We were also joined by Mark Henry and Ben Brownson from Museums Live. In the blue corner were students of Samuel Kings School in Alston, Cumbria and their technology teacher Peter Thwaites with Jenny the technician. On Thursday we were joined by Rachel Clarke from Culture Lab and Harehope Quarry – two hats are better than one. Jamie, Tali, Mark and Ben were unable to join us but we treated to the delightful company of year nine students from St.John’s School in Bishop Auckland. Two fantastic days of soldering in the sun. Many pictures will follow.

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A picture demonstrating the appearance of sunlight.

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solarticker

moderately boring but functional – i’d like to add some noisy things.

solartick

solartick

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