Category: Maker Lab
No stranger to Harold Washington Library Center, Faith Humphrey Hill is this Fall’s Maker-in-Residence, teaching Library users how to knit, draw using digital tools—and asking us to remember those whose lives were lost to COVID-19 with her famous knit-prints.
Katelyn has a knack for building installation-based exhibits that quite literally stop people in the street. As this summer’s CPL Maker-in-Residence, she’s bringing these skills to the Library.
We catch up with award-winning artist and 2019 Maker-in-Resident Kate Conlon after two years. Her final project for Chicago Public Library, The Story of the Tin Can is a living document of her evolution as an artist during COVID-19
CPL harnesses the energy of the maker movement and emerges as an innovation leader in the city with the Maker Lab. Learn more here.
Ever wondered exactly what goes into roasting coffee or how you can decorate your party cupcakes like a pro? Bring your inner foodie to life at the Maker Lab!