Welcome to Tinkering Spaces, and informative and inspiring series of makerspace interviews with makers and tinkerers of all kinds: parents, teachers, librarians, and artists.
If you’re scratching your head because you can’t figure out where to put your children’s art materials, hatching a plan to turn your laundry room into an art room, or shifting furniture to make room for a new easel, these interviews are sure to give you food for thought.
Tinkering Spaces Interviews and Tours
Missy Pepperpot takes on a tour of the Children’s Art Factory play and creativity space in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Emilie Brehem gives us a peek into her wonderous homeschool environment.
Mariah Bruehl of Playful Learning shares how her family makes learning playful in this language-rich environment.
Shannon Hyman of Kaechele Library Learning Commons shares how her library turned itself into a maker space.
Meri Cherry of Kol Tikvah is an atelierista who shares her Reggio-inspired early learning classroom.
Jean Van’t Hul of the Artful Parent gives us an inside look at her inspiring laundry room-turned art studio.
Megan Schiller invites us into her colorful sunroom/art studio.
Lisa Carrie Goldberg from Action Potential Lab shows us her curiosity cabinet-meets-science lab-meets art studio. Inspiring!
Meri Cherry or MeriCherry.com tours us around her Southern California Backyard Art Oasis art studio.
Compact STEAM Studio: Make a fold-away STEAM table with Hillary and Ilan Frank.
Turn a porch into a family art studio with Cristi Wuenshcel from The Keeper of the Memories.
Stay tuned…More tinkering and maker space interviews coming soon! Keep this page bookmarked!