Makers Wanted at SFMOMA

If you had one hour, one table and a rapt audience, what would you demo at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art?

On Thursday & Friday, May 30 and 31st, The Making Of… goes live at SFMOMA.

In the final days before their three-year expansion and renovation project, SFMOMA is planning a museum-wide extravaganza of activities and events open free to the public May 30 – June 2, 2013.

KQED’s Making Of… is one of the centerpieces of this celebration bringing makers from throughout the Bay Area to the museum to demonstrate and present what they make and why.

From hotrods to kimchi, violins to submerged turntables, The Making Of… will feature makers discovered and heard on KQED’s Making Of… series throughout the museum demonstrating in the Atrium, galleries, lobbies, landings, sculpture garden and Learning Lounge.

Send us a video about what you make and how you would demonstrate your work for an hour. Or call The Making Of… hotline (415)553-3362.

UPDATE: Thank you everyone for the great submissions. View a list of participants here.

Makers Wanted at SFMOMA 12 April,2013The Kitchen Sisters

8 thoughts on “Makers Wanted at SFMOMA”

  1. I’m sold on the concept of “TechShop”! I’ve been trying to figure out how to get sponsorship to set up something similar (albeit, on a smaller scale) for my own projects but if we can get something like this over here in mid-Florida (Orlando area) then my only problem will be getting the money to (effectively) take up residence in the shop. I live to create, design, make and fix things!

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