Archives : Workshops

1 December 2018

The peer-to-peer web allows anyone to share data, publish websites and apps from their own computer, without relying on any centralised server or service. With Zenna Fiscella, Raphaël Bastide & Hunor Karamán. 

27 October - 28 October 2018

Godot is a libre videogame engine that allows beginners to get started with the creation of game-like experiences.

30 August 2018

Do you want to make your own projects with the fantastic tools of FabLab.iMALYou'll first need to learn some basic skills by following our ...

28 August - 29 August 2018

The goal of this two-days workshop is to collaboratively design a 3D environment built in Unity and to perform with it. The environment will offer a multitude of affordances for sonic and musical interactions. LIMITED SEATS, REGISTER NOW! 

10 July - 6 August 2018

Join us for an inspiring summer under the digital sun and discover how to write code, to connect your projects to sensors and physical outputs, to build 3D models and print them, and much much more!

24 March - 31 March 2018

Blender is a powerful, free and open source 3D modeling software, used for animation, video games, data visualisation or designing objects for digital fabrication. Join us during these two afternoons, and let's discover the basics and possibilities of Blender!

17 March - 18 March 2018

Axoloti is a new open-source platform to build synthesizers, drum machines, audio effects
and other weird instruments. It consists of a microcontroller board, and a patcher software.

27 November 2017 - 27 April 2018

iMAL organise plusieurs workshops d'introduction à la fabrication numérique pour différentes hautes écoles artistiques bruxelloises francophones et néerlandophones.

11 July - 11 August 2017

Join us for an inspiring summer under the digital sun and discover how to write code, to connect your projects to sensors and physical outputs, to build 3D models and print them, and much much more!

24 May - 26 May 2017

In 2015 Morehshin Allahyari & Daniel Rourke released The 3D Additivist Manifesto, a call to push the 3D printer to its absolute limits and beyond into the realm of the speculative, the provocative and the weird. Projects responding to that call were later published in The...