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Let’s explore the world of our Dublin Makers and their projects in each episode. You can find us at dublinmaker.ie, we are also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (@DublinMaker). Dublin Maker is a not-for-profit collective of Makers who run annual Maker festival annually and is funded by Science Foundation Ireland.
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In this episode we talk to Amanda Jolliffe from Microsoft Dreamspace where she brings us on her journey from her role in Dreamspace through to all the various activities that happened in the space before the Covid-19 lockdown came to their virtually hosted events including a TV programme broadcasted nationally!About Amanda:Amanda Jolliffe is DreamSpace Lead in Microsoft Ireland. DreamSpace is an education venue that has an ambition to be a catalyst for change in how school communities think about and engage in STEAM and digital technologies. The DreamSpace program content is developed by teachers, of which Amanda is one. You can find out all about the DreamSpace programs using the details below or search social media pages with the #MSDreamSpace.Where to find DreamSpaceWebsite: https://microsoft.com/dreamspaceTwitter: @MS_eduIRLLinkedIn: https://ie.linkedin.com/company/microsoftFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MicrosoftIrelandWhere to find Amanda:Twitter: @msajolliffeLinkedin: Amanda Jolliffe | LinkedInWhere to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License. 
In this episode we are joined by Christine Campbell, Founder and current Managing Director of Anyone4Science co-hosted by Vicky Twomey-Lee and Jeffrey Roe. Christine brings us through her journey on how Anyone4Science was born. She has such a vast wealth of experience and knowledge that we were jotting them all down and we hope you find this podcast useful from engaging young audiences, lessons learnt and much more.Where to find Christine and Anyone4Scienceanyone4science.comTwitter: @anyone4scienceFacebook: facebook.com/Anyone4ScienceInstagram: @anyone4scienceEmail: christine@anyone4science.comWhere to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this episode, joining us (Vicky Twomey-Lee and Jeffrey Roe) for a chat is Dr. Rebecca O'Neill, telling us all about her role in Wikimedia Community Ireland, how to contribute to Wikipedia, and rest of Wikimedia's family. And why people should also contribute to Wikipedia. What is "Women in Red"? Plus Rebecca is looking for pics of pancakes in Ireland. 🥞😆Dr Rebecca O'Neill is the Project Coordinator for Wikimedia Community Ireland. A large portion of her work focuses on improving and strengthening the representation of women and content relating to Ireland on Wikipedia as well as the Irish language Wikipedia - Vicipéid. She is also the co-host of the new podcast, The World According to Wikipedia.Wikimedia Events coming up:Wiki Loves Folklore Photo Competition - Ends Feb 28, 2021Vicipéid - Irish Writing Competition on topics of Feminism and Folklore (An Feimineachas agus an Béaloideas ) - Deadline end of March, 2021Wiki Loves Earth 2021 - Coming soon, happening throughout MayWhere to find Wikimedia Ireland:wikimedia.ieTwitter: @WikimediaIEFacebook: facebook.com/WikimediaIrelandInstagram: @wikimediaieWhere to find Rebecca:Wikipedia: SmirkybecTwitter: @restlesscuratortwitch.tv/smirkybecEtsy:  etsy.com/ie/shop/TheCraftingCuratorThe World According to Wikipedia:headstuffpodcasts.com/show/the-world-according-to-wikipediaTwitter: @world_wikipediaWhere to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this episode we talk to Mark Pickering from Jellylab (UCD). Co-hosts are Tomas Ward and Vicky Twomey-Lee. Mark is no stranger to Dublin Maker festival and also was one of our Maker-a-Day during Science Week 2020.  We will be talking about how anyone can be a researcher at home and behind the scenes on how Mark and his team of researchers use accessible materials for their their research, his philosophy of punk rock regarding to his research - "punk microscopy", experiences from all their Maker creations implemented in their labs. We gushed about LEGO and 3D printers. Of course, the fun you have when making and experimenting, and it doesn't have to be expensive.Mark is a Lecturer in School of Medicine at UCD.Where you can find Mark and Jellylab:https://twitter.com/PickeringLabUCDWhere to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
Joe is back with us and Tomas is our host for this episode on Music and Making. Last time Joe talked about synth music, and if you missed that episode, you can check it out here.In this episode, he will be talking about guitars, foot pedals and Making.Joe Timoney is a lecturer at NUIM, you can find him at https://ie.linkedin.com/in/joe-timoney-65345a4Where to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this episode, Tomas Ward talks to John Breslin about his Old Ireland in Colour project. John is an Irish engineer and full professor at the National University of Ireland Galway, he even has his own wikipedia page!@JohnBreslin on Twitter@IrelandInColour on TwitterWhere to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this bonus episode of The Dublin Maker Podcast, Tomas Ward talks to Joe Timoney about electronic music. A melodic journey of early synth music in various films and songs and its inspirations. A delight for beginners to professional music makers and all those in-between, headphones is a must to appreciate some of the sample pieces.Joe Timoney is a lecturer at NUIM, you can find him at https://ie.linkedin.com/in/joe-timoney-65345a4Where to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this episode we talk to Robert Fitzsimons of Part Fusion Electronics and TOG Hackerspace. A prolific MakerFaire participant, loves experimenting in electronics, one of founders of TOG Hackerspace. We are joined by Jeffrey Roe from the Dublin Maker team as our co-host who is also the original founder of TOG Hackerspace.Where you can find Rob:https://partfusion.comhttps://twitter.com/partfusionhttps://www.youtube.com/user/PartFusionhttps://www.tindie.com/stores/partfusion/TOG - https://www.tog.ie/Where to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this episode, we are talking to Kate Delaney from Make, Create, Innovate about what they do, and what they've been up to recently. We also chatted about our mutual joy of building a 3D printer. Alongside me, my co-host for this episode is Jeffrey Roe and Tomas Ward from the Dublin Maker team. Enjoy!Where you can find Make, Create, Innovate:https://www.makecreateinnovate.iehttps://twitter.com/mcreateinnovatehttps://www.instagram.com/mcreateinnovatehttps://www.facebook.com/MCreateInnovate---Where to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this episode we are talking to Miriam Harte and Jen Hensen from TechSpace along with my co-host Tomas Ward.More info about TechSpace:---------------------------------The TechSpace Programme TechSpace is an education programme of Camara Education Ireland. TechSpace offers training, development, support and opportunities for youth organisations and schools to deliver STEAM and Digital Creativity projects. Find out more about us and how you can become a TechSpace Educator at TechSpace.ie! ESB Creative Tech Fest 2020This year’s ESB Creative Tech Fest will be a National Event with a Regional Approach . On the 28th of October 2020, young people’s creative work will be celebrated and recognised via a live award ceremony online and a virtual reality exhibition. ESB Creative Tech Fest on the 28th of October will be accessible from youth centres, regional hub and even at homeAwardsYoung People and Educators from across Ireland's TechSpace Network are invited to develop creative projects and enter a wide range of award categories in the fields of STEAM, Digital Creativity and Computer Science.The award categories are now LIVE - click here for more info!(Closing date for entries is October 9th) Digital Youth WorkJen mentioned digitalyouthwork.eu, which is a great resource around STEAM/Digital Creativity resources for educators. It also has lots of cool info about youth projects and programmes, which are super impressive! You can also find TechSpace at:-@techspacetweets Facebook: facebook.com/techspace.ieInstagram: instagram.com/techspacemedia/Youtube: youtube.com/user/TechSpaceMediaWhere to find Dublin Maker:---------------------------------dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this episode we are talking to Mary Plunkett from The National Print Museum. Let's check behind the scenes and find out about the museum and its PrintLab. We also cover the challenges they face during the Covid-19 lockdowns and what they are planning for the rest of the year (including plans for Culture Night).The National Print Museum will re-open from July 20th. Check their website for more information.You can find The National Print Museum at:- https://www.nationalprintmuseum.ie/Twitter: @natprintmuseumInstagram: instagram.com/nationalprintmuseumFacebook: facebook.com/nationalprintmuseumYoutube: youtube.com/user/NationalPrintMuseumWhere to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
In this episode, Dublin Maker (Vicky and Tomas) sits down...remotely, with MakerMeetIE’s Chris Reina, Pamela O’Brien, Hassan Dabbagh chatting about creativity in education, creative thinking and making to how Covid-19 is affecting society.You can find MakerMeetIE and updates on their upcoming plans at:- makermeet.ieWhere to find Dublin Maker:dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
The Dublin Maker Podcast first episode is here. We (Vicky and Jeffrey) chat with Nathan Wheeler of Crafty Nathan’s Creations from how he got started in making costumes, things he learnt along the way, and and catch some tips on making and tools used by Nathan.Crafty Nathan’s Creation on Instagram for updates on his projects and keep an eye out on his upcoming Youtube channel focussed on tutorials.https://www.instagram.com/craftynathanscreations/Where to find Dublin Maker:-dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation IrelandMusic Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
We are back! In virtual format, that is. As Dublin Maker festival is not till Summer 2021, we decided to bring the Dublin Maker community to you via our new podcast series this summer.dublinmaker.ie@DublinMaker (Twitter, Instagram & Facebook)Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation Ireland.Music Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/MotionMotion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
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