Building and making.
Allowing people to hold thier imagination in the palm of thier hand.
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...
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...
New Creative Technologies Hub for Hobsons Bay From September to December 2017, Gil has been seconded to Hobson's Bay city council to work as the Creative Technologist in residence on a new Creative Technologies Hub which will be located in Williamstown. The CTH is a...
Vacuum former created for the Community Connected Hackerspace After Gil returned from my Makertour earlier this year a number of local Melbourne Makers reached out wanting to catch up, build, and socialise together. This became a group we call Melbourne Maker Links...
Library at the Dock Makerspace Library at the Dock's own Makerspace is the subject of a local newspaper article featuringGil Poznanski who is the Creative Technologies Activator for the library. The article discusses what the Makerspace offers to the public as well as...
The importance of story in creating and making Gil was invited to the Initiative headquarters to take part in their "Talking Heads" influencers series. Initiative is a worldwide media company which allowed Gil to bring together his two passions, creating and making...
Gil’s energy is just amazing. He is enthusiastic, willing to meet, learn, get to know processes and fully immerse himself. Thank you Gil!
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.
Holy smoke! I always knew you were a Stark.
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.
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