The Electronic and Technical Arts (ETA) Studio at BARN continues to offer a space and opportunity for prototyping and fabricating using equipment and software that aspiring and seasoned inventors are excited about. And even during the pandemic lock down, this community of makers are showing up to volunteer and participate in important and exciting projects, like using the 3D printers to make components for face shields, PAPR hoods, and other protective gear needed by health care workers. 

Listen to Doug Salot, ETA Studio Lead, talk about the current and future events like Sunday Tech Talks, interest groups, and classes. And Jess Henderson, Program Manager of BARN, discusses the new Coding Club for 4th – 8th graders starting on October 22nd. The ETA studio has attracted the attention of participants and instructors from other states, and even countries! This is truly a place where newbies and seasoned techies can experiment and try new things.