Our events tend to offer an accessible workshop and the chance to share digital making projects, ask questions and collaborate on maker challenges.
See yourself as the next @DisneyPixar creator?
We’ll use @blender_org as the brilliant and open source 3D animation software (download it for free when you get home – always a plus) and point you towards lots of resources for Pi, Mac, Windows platforms and education events. pic.twitter.com/IgRoS4OPtV
— Leeds Raspberry Jam (@LeedsRaspJam) January 14, 2019
We’re a grassroots community of adults and children, curious about the power of Raspberry Pi and other digital making gubbins to impact on learning, environmental and social outcomes. Find out more about Raspberry Jam here.
Happy hols from us all @LeedsRaspJam.
We’ve had an amazing year, finishing with a jam-tastic range of digital sparkles added to the @DixonsUnity tree.
Thanks to @AlwaysComputing for another ace workshop.
See you in February https://t.co/9Q1c30KNWm#microbit #makered #Leeds pic.twitter.com/2PpL8SYUFt
— Leeds Raspberry Jam (@LeedsRaspJam) December 5, 2018