Making It at the Library | Karachi

Friday 13th October 14:00 - 18:00

This October, think outside the box and try your hand at 3D printing or get creative as you learn to design and construct a prototype at 3 daily makerspace sessions at the Karachi library!

About the event

The British Council Karachi Library is thrilled to present makerspace sessions – a collaborative setting where you can get inventive using technology and tools to explore, tinker, build, and create.

This month, we’re bringing you 3 daily sessions to inspire young minds to develop critical thinking skills through hands-on experiments! Think outside the box and try your hand at 3D printing or get creative as you learn to design and construct a prototype!

The sessions aim to help children develop confidence and problem-solving skills and to allow them to see the different avenues that their creativity can take.

This event is suitable for ages 8 to 14 and is open to the public.

Registration fee per session (payable at the door): PKR 1500 for Non-Members and PKR 1000 for Members.

The programme consists of the same series of activities that will be offered at each of the three sessions on 13, 14 and 15 October. You can register for any one of the days, as per your convenience.

Children under 11 years of age must be accompanied to the event by a parent or guardian. Children who are 11 and above can be dropped off once their parents/guardians have escorted them in and signed a consent form.

To register, please email librarykhi@britishcouncil.org.pk with your name, the name and age of your children who will be attending, your CNIC, Passport or Library Membership number, and the date of the session you wish to attend.

At the time of visit, adults are required to carry their original CNIC, Passport or Library Membership card, along with their child’s photo ID or Library Membership card.

Location: British Council Karachi Library

Dates: Friday 13 October, Saturday 14 October and Sunday 15 October

Time: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Registration will close on Wednesday, 11 October 2017 at 5:00 PM.


Open to the public