When: Thursday, Feb 02 | 10:45 am - 12:00 pm

Location: MTCC 206D

Days: Thursday. Event Types: Session. Sectors: School Libraries. Subjects: Cosplay, Maker, and Students.


You’ve heard the term “makerspace.” Have you heard of “cosplay”? Often seen and admired at comic and anime conventions, cosplay is the practice of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game. Cosplayers often make their own outfits, so why not combine cosplay and makerspaces at school? This mother-daughter team of amateur cosplayers will tell their tales of creating costumes and potential ways to incorporate it into your established or emerging makerspace.

– Understand the relation between cosplay and makerspaces.
– Develop confidence in making costumes (sewing talent not required!).
– See some examples of cosplay and potential incorporation into the curriculum.


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