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Cathie Chenoweth, October 08, 2019

October is known for many things—cooler temperatures, falling leaves, candy, and pumpkin spice everything. And of course, there’s Oktoberfest and Rocktober. But now there’s Teentober just for teens!


Mount Rushmore heads plus Amanda's head
Amanda Mellor, August 12, 2019

Be truly green, save time, money, and resources by traveling via green screen. Go anywhere, any time, any dimension from the comfort of the Octavia Lab.

Wow, that only took you 15 minutes!


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Amanda Mellor, June 11, 2019

Ever think about designing your own toys, creating a personalized gift, prototyping your invention, or even replacing a broken oven knob?


Child and adult with woodworking equipment at DTLA Mini Maker Faire 2018
Jessica Krill, December 15, 2018

Spanning 6 hours and attracting over 8,100 attendees on December 1, we declare DTLA Mini Maker Faire 2018 a whopping success!


Andrew McGregor working on a project with DTLA Mini Maker Faire logo
Jessica Krill, November 29, 2018

Andrew McGregor is one of over 100 Makers joining us at DTLA Mini Maker Faire 2018 this Saturday, December 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


James Paul Ancheta holding a book in the library stacks with DTLA Mini Maker Faire Logo
Keith Kesler, November 21, 2018

Ahead of DTLA Mini Maker Faire 2018 we are spotlighting a few of the Makers who will be joining us December 1.


Photo of Barb from Crash Space Holding One of Her Creations with DTLA Mini Maker Faire Logo
Keith Kesler, November 13, 2018

Ahead of DTLA Mini Maker Faire 2018 we are spotlighting a few of the Makers who will be joining us December 1.


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Jessica Krill, November 06, 2018

DTLA Mini Maker Faire 2018 takes place Saturday, December 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at our historic Central Library in Downtown Los Angeles.


DTLA Makers Crafting at a Table with rubber stamps
Jessica Krill, September 24, 2018

Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth, an all-ages festival of invention, creativity, resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement.


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Tina Lerno, December 16, 2017

Our Second DTLA Mini Maker Faire was an amazing feat of low-tech, hi-tech, family, friends, and fun! With more than 40 makers and crowds of over 1800 visitors, every corner of our beautiful library was abuzz with STEAM activity.


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