Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Tonite!: Free DIY Bike Light Workshop @ Che Cafe!

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Come out tonite for a free DIY bike light-making workshop taking place at 7pm in The Che Cafe on the southern-most portion of the University of California, San Diego campus.

Learn how to make your own colored spoke light! The workshop will be lead by Cairie Rainey, a student of UCSD's Interdisciplinary Computing and Arts Major (ICAM).

(Cairie from UCSD's ICAC/ICAM will be dropping some knowledge).

Associated Students (AS) was generous enough to approve funding for materials that would allow for the creation of 25 lights! Not only will you learn how to make your own spoke light and benefit from an intro to building your own electronics, but 25 people will be able to take theirs home for keeps! As of two nites ago, 15 people already RSVP'd light materials. If you act quick, you might be able to RSVP in time. Email icac[at]ucsd[edu], asap. Students and non-students are welcome.

In addition, we'll be screening fellow UCSD-Alumni Kareem Shehab's super fun, fast-paced fixed film Death Pedal.

This unique workshop is fully sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Computing and Arts Cult (ICAC) and Bic Control: Bicyclists on the Mic.

See you tonite and be first to learn about more upcoming ICAC and Bic Control DIY collaborations.

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