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About

workshop meet area

Welcome to our blog!
ETIB
Electronic + Textile Institute Berlin
Koloniestrasse 10, 13357 Berlin Wedding

Who are we?

We are makers, tinkerers, knitters, textile manipulators, programmers, diy and fun loving people and opened ETIB in Autumn of 2011 to offer a place to meet, make projects and work.

Berlin is a great and creative city and we are situated in colourful Wedding, slightly north of Mitte within easy reach of public transport.

Currently our members are Kristine (knitwear designer) and Victoria (shops: redpinkgreen vlp-designs, blog vlp designs) Masters Diploma.

Former artists in residence include fbz/Fabienne Serriere, Asuka Miyata, Calvin Stalvig, Racheel Eberle, Jack Randol, Jeff Donaldson, Lee Joon Seung, Jesse English, Mariko Kosaka and Tiffany Huang.

We are open to new members and projects and offer space rental as well as workshops.

Artist in Residence

Becoming a Member

Please contact us, we would be happy to hear from you!

For general info write to

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Follow us on twitter @ETIBerlin

Discussion

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Fabrienne, Joon & Victoria!

    ETIB is such a great place, congratulations on the success of your hacker space.

    Question:
    Would ETIB be interested in sponsoring two workshops between March 29 and April 1, 2014? (during the few days before the Libre Graphics Meeting in Leipzig April 2 – 5)

    I would like to present a workshop on patternmaking, and my husband (Steve Conklin – you might know of him) would like to present a workshop on reverse-engineering.

    Please let me know if you are interested, and if so what arrangements are required.

    Steve & I look forward to visiting ETIB, with or without the workshops.

    Best Regards,

    Susan Spencer (Tau Meta Tau Physica/Seamly Patterns), reply to: susan (dott) spencer (att) gmail (dott) com
    Steve Conklin (general all round nice guy, knitting machine hacker, & Ubuntu kernel engineer)

    Posted by tusuzu | 25. November 2013, 04:18
  2. Hallo,

    ich hab eine Singer Doppelbett Strickmaschine (Singer Heimatricker) auf dem Flohmarkt erstanden. Leider lag keine Anleitung dabei. Könnt ihr mir da helfen oder habt ihr eine Idee wo ich die her bekomme🙂

    Liebe Grüße,
    Sabrina

    Posted by Sabrina | 22. September 2014, 11:30

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