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This video of a Robot Foundry birthday party gives a great sense of the spirit and energy of one of our events...
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Jessica Lawrence, Executive Director of the NY Tech Meetup, mentioned Brooklyn Robot Foundry’s Girls’ Club during a speech at South by Southwest and during a panel discussion on WNYC’s The Greene Space! Jessica’s speech at SXSW was entitled, “There’s No … Continue reading
Siemond Chan from Yahoo Finance came in last week to do an interview. You can check out the interview here. What an exciting week indeed! After Siemond and I talked for a bit up in the office, he stuck around … Continue reading
We are in New York Magazine’s Best of 2013 as one of New York’s Best Kids Workshops!!! Check it out online! We are on page 92 of the print magazine. We feel so lucky to have been mentioned. What an … Continue reading
Are you looking for something for your kids to do and really enjoy on Monday for Presidents Day? Send them to us and they will build their own artsy robots! The class is a collaboration with Brooklyn’s own Makers Toolbox … Continue reading
Due to the winter storm, we are canceling all activities for Saturday Feb 9th (Open Play, Tin Can Robot Class). The retail shop will also be closed. Enjoy the snow!
If you aren’t already familiar with Boulder, Colorado based SparkFun Electronics, let us proudly introduce you to them… here are four reasons we love them: 1.) They design and sell inventive products (like the Bright Bunny Kit which we use in … Continue reading
We’ve got two new class offerings this weekend at Brooklyn Robot Foundry! Doodling Robot from 12:30 to 2:00 on Saturday for kids as young as 6 and as old as 8. Flying and Floating Robots from 3:00 to 4:30 on … Continue reading
We have much afoot at the Foundry during the upcoming holiday weekend… Martin Luther King day We have a great all-day session planned for Monday, starting at 9 and ending at 3, with an option for extended day until as … Continue reading
We’ll be leading an all day session on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. day and are taking our inspiration from The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (August 28, 1963) of which Dr. King was an organizer. In this … Continue reading