Come on by for the first in house Rust Temple event since the pandemic hit. The event is open to all current Rust Temple members. This is a chance to come and hang, and help us clean/prepare the Rust Temple to address some concerns that an inspector had recently. There will be chances to help upgrade common spaces to make them more usable for everyone, as well as time to hang out and make art.
12pm-3pm: General cleaning/addressing inspectors concerns.
3pm-4pm: Upgrading common spaces.
5pm-6pm: Foods and general hang/ art making.
There will be food
There will be drink (hopefully)
There will be a timelapse being made of the events.
Participation is fully optional
Rust Temple Show and Tell is a recurring event, happening on and off since 2017
This is a good time to show people what you’ve been working on or thinking about, and get feedback if you want.
Photos of items previously talked about on show and tells.
Become proficient in one of the cheapest, safest, easiest ways to etch designs onto different metals.
4 hour long classes with included class notes
Metal working/Fabrication instructor, Teacher
Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 1PM-3PM email firstname.lastname@example.org to signup or go to https://lodge.rusttemple.today/b/wou-koe-zfz-c02
Teacher, Fabricator, Electronics Nerd, Computer Programmer, Welder and Illustrator
List of Classes Taught: Non-toxic salt water electro-etching, Introduction to Linux
Do you feel confused by computers?
Are you interested in using computers that don’t explicitly spy on you?
Interested in learning more about computers that aren’t mac or windows in a friendly environment?
Interested in a world that’s less like Black Mirror and more like the famous 1995 film Hackers?
Then this is the class for you!
Get in touch with the history of of third party operating systems, their triumphs and their shortcomings.
Learn how to install Linux on a flash drive, an old laptop, or your own personal computer.
Learn about free/ethical alternatives to costly programs like Microsoft Word, Photoshop, Facebook and Twitter.
This class will be taught in a live virtual setting through The Rust Temple School by Hampshire alum, teacher, and software engineer, Wouter Schievink who has been using Linux exclusively for over 15 years.
Skill level: Beginner
Date/Time: 2/27 3pm EST class is two hours long
Deadline to Signup: 2/27
Materials (optional): Flashdrive and/or old computer/laptop
If you would like to sign up, or if you have any questions email email@example.com
Game development is an endeavour in constant learning, discipline, experimentation, trial and error. It is primarily a self-directed learning experience. The goal of this class is to help students get started and leave with an understanding of how to proceed with their own learning in making games. We’ll be learning the open source game engine, Godot, touching the range of concepts that make a game, with hands-on learning through coding practical examples. The other half of class will be oriented toward: how to be thinking about game making, how to ask the right questions, and where to find resources that’ll answer said questions. This class presumes students will have no knowledge of game development or coding. It’s planned as a prerequisite for a series of focused classes that go into more detail into game development. Having a community is just as vital to learning, to share your projects, to support and find support in your work. Current and former students will be welcomed to participate in an online forum for ongoing support and motivation as well as welcoming collaboration and cross pollination of ideas hosted by Rust Temple.
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