June 18, 2018

Interactive Public Art & the Maker Mentality

Presented by: 3branch, Liollio Architecture & Library Journal
Event Date & Time: Tuesday, February 27th, 2018, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT

Maker spaces come in all shapes and sizes – but they can also extend outside of a physical space and exist throughout the library, with programming and design innovation. The maker mentality goes beyond a list of gadgets – by its very nature it must be open-ended, flexible, and customizable. Approaching maker programming through this lens can help any library expand their customers’ experience – with or without a big renovation or construction project!

Join this webcast to hear Liollio and 3branch discuss how a public art program can engage library users in maker activities, ways the “maker mentality” can break out of a single space and go mobile, and furniture solutions that can be programming assets for makers.


  • Jennifer Charzewski – AIA, Principal, Liollio Architecture
  • Joe Frueh – Vice President, 3branch


  • Rebecca JozwiakLibrary Journal

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