Building and making.
Allowing people to hold thier imagination in the palm of thier hand.
EduTECH conference 2018 Gil was asked to present as well as act on the advisory board of EduTECH 2018. EduTECH is an annual two-day educational technology conference and exhibition in Australia. The conference is held at the International Convention Centre Sydney[....read more
Restoring a rusty vice for the workshop In the last few weeks, Gil has been putting together a workspace at home to continue working on projects and testing out new equipment and workflows. On a recent walk, Gil found a rusted bench vice that had been thrown out on...read more
Zombie Infection Scanner for a diseased future world. In early 2014, Gil was invited to take part in an art show at Artbot Gallery who's theme was that of "Zombie Apocolypse." Eager to take part in the gallery event, Gil worked on putting together an experience that...read more
Happy Birthday Makers Monday! With the 52nd episode of Makers Monday, the project to bring Makers and Creatives to the attention of a wider community clock with its first birthday. Conceived after Makertour 2017, Maker Monday became a project to continue meeting...read more
Rebuilding a secondhand bandsaw For the past few years, Gil has been looking for the right opportunity to add a bandsaw into his workshop. After his trip to New York City, to hang out and learn with Jimmy Diresta, Gil came across an old desktop bandsaw that needed a...read more
Makers Vs Crafters - Gender bias in Maker Culture Makers Vs Crafters At a Buzzconf 2017, a family-friendly technology festival where participants and presenters spend the weekend together in country Victoria, Australia Gil Poznanski presented a talk entitled “How...read more
Gil’s energy is just amazing. He is enthusiastic, willing to meet, learn, get to know processes and fully immerse himself. Thank you Gil!Jimmy DiResta
The presenter Gil, was excellent. He explained ideas in simple terms that were easy to understand. It was enjoyable and I look forward to learning more. Thank you for providing this session – very valuable.Tim Ready
Holy smoke! I always knew you were a Stark.James Wan
Gil was professional in terms of presentation style, working with the participants and his knowledge of the topic was elite. He wasn’t just talking about stuff, he was sharing first hand experience. It was the level and experience of someone who is being paid professionally to present to a conference.Geoff McDonald
University of California, Los Angeles
City of Monash