Artefacto run a range of bespoke training sessions and workshops on a range of topics to help your staff get the most from new and emerging technologies.
All of our workshops are practical, participatory and customisable.
Makerspaces and Digital Making for library staff - Wednesday, 20th November in London.
Workshops can be customised to suit staff availability and delivered onsite (UK) or online, as per your organisation’s needs.
Our current training programme includes:
Artefacto offer customised innovation workshops that are designed to support gallery, library, archive and museum staff in developing new and sustainable services and applying methodologies that support these new approaches and help to meet changing user needs.
Using design thinking and lean startup methodologies, we work with small groups to take them from idea to prototype.
A short introductory course for library, museum and gallery staff interested in makerspaces and digital making. This course will help you learn practical skills about maker technologies (including Raspberry Pi, Micro:Bit, Paper Circuits and more) and how to implement these in your own events.
A practical and active course about providing better user experiences and making spaces more engaging and interactive using emerging technologies such as beacons, augmented reality (AR), sensors, digital displays and more.
A unique training course designed for gallery, library, archive and museum staff to learn about digital fabrication and 3D design. Discover ways that 3D Scanning and 3D Printing can be used to provide new products and services and deliver new takes on existing services.