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Makerhood - Mesa&Cadeira in South Auckland

Makerhood is a project designed in a Mesa&Cadeira (mesa.do) in South Auckland (New Zealand) in January 2016 for the Auckland Council with the contributions of: Baruk Jacob, Barbara Soalheiro, Elizabeth Cretney, Gabriela Agustini, Gael Surgenot, Jaco van der Merwe, Joel Umali, John Belford-Lelaulu, John Kotoisuva, Joran Kikke, Livia Araujo, Lucas Tauil de Freitas, Rui Peng, Russell O’Brien, Sandra Chemin, Waikare Komene. Pictures and Video by: Simon Wilson.

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Makerhood - Mesa&Cadeira in South Auckland

  1. 1. OUR CHALLENGE
  2. 2. Bring technology as an enabler for youth inclusion in South Auckland PROPRIETARY METHODOLOGY. USE NOT ALLOWED WITHOUT MESA&CADEIRA/S AUTHORIZATION. MESA&CADEIRA
  3. 3. CONTEXT
  4. 4. A New Industrial Revolution is in place. Automation, internet of things, 3D printing… A new skill set is needed.
  5. 5. The Maker Movement brings collaboration to another level. Self-learning, Shared knowledge, open culture… A new mindset is emerging.
  6. 6. Nearly 25% of today’s full time employees will be working on demand in the near future. Radical changes in the work environment are a reality. How can we respond to this?
  7. 7. New Zealand has a vision to become an innovation nation, less dependant on agriculture and tourism. NZ needs to attract and retain talent
  8. 8. South Auckland has the right ingredients: abundance of creativity + DIY culture. Latent potential can be unleashed
  9. 9. THIS WEEK
  10. 10. OUR MISSION
  11. 11. SUGGESTED MISSION
  12. 12. THE RESULT
  13. 13. #MAKERHOOD
  14. 14. An initiative designed and led by the South Auckland community to develop a generation of creative, entrepreneurial, engaged and purposeful people.
  15. 15. Tapping into already existing projects, #makerhood creates a platform for young South Aucklanders to leapfrog from unemployment and underpaid jobs to the most valuable skills in the world we are living in.
  16. 16. The secret: Fusion
  17. 17. Design + Trades Thinking + Doing Creativity + Practicality Minds + Hands Immediate + Futuristic Low tech + High tech
  18. 18. Design + Trades Thinking + Doing Creativity + Practicality Minds + Hands Immediate + Futuristic Low tech + High tech
  19. 19. Design + Trades Thinking + Doing Creativity + Practicality Minds + Hands Immediate + Futuristic Low tech + High tech
  20. 20. Design + Trades Thinking + Doing Creativity + Practicality Minds + Hands Immediate + Futuristic Low tech + High tech
  21. 21. Design + Trades Thinking + Doing Creativity + Practicality Minds + Hands Immediate + Emerging Low tech + High tech
  22. 22. Design + Trades Thinking + Doing Creativity + Practicality Minds + Hands Immediate + Emerging Low tech + High tech
  23. 23. How it works
  24. 24. PERMANENT STRUCTURE TEMPORARY PLUG-INS
  25. 25. THE BASE THE PODS
  26. 26. THE BASE THE PODS
  27. 27. THE BASE
  28. 28. A new ‘layer’ into Oceania Career Academy, a successful trades program in South Auckland
  29. 29. Engineering & Technology TradesManufacturing Building and construction
  30. 30. Engineering & Technology TradesManufacturing Building and construction Design
  31. 31. How it works
  32. 32. Co-created with the community Design classes for the students Open to other members of the community Space of experimentation where the young people can develop their own projects 3 pods
  33. 33. Co-created with the community Design classes for the students Open to other members of the community Space of experimentation where the young people can develop their own projects 3 pods
  34. 34. Co-created with the community Design classes for the students Open to other members of the community Space of experimentation where the young people can develop their own projects 3 pods
  35. 35. Co-created with the community Design classes for the students Open to other members of the community Space of experimentation where the young people can develop their own projects 3 pods
  36. 36. What we offer
  37. 37. COMBINATION OF ANALOG AND DIGITAL TOOLS It’s not about a new tool, but about the right tool for each specific project. Combining traditional, industrial and digital tools, students will be able to create whatever they want.
  38. 38. CREATIVE ENVIRONMENT TO DREAM AND PROTOTYPE Driven by invention and imagination, The Base becomes the place to aspire to, creating new possibilities and inventing new things.
  39. 39. GLOBAL CONNECTION Instant collaboration with different partners, from the local and the global maker ecosystem, can provide skills and resources, to guide projects and stimulate self learning.
  40. 40. NETWORK OF MENTORS The Base was designed to include groups, ideas, entrepreneurs, specialists, members of the community who can inspire and role model.
  41. 41. CORE VALUES Encourage diversity, inclusivity and transparency as important values.
  42. 42. COMMUNITY NEEDS AT THE CENTER Fuel by its proximity with the communities, students will be able to work on real briefs that come out of local aspirations and needs.
  43. 43. THE PLUG-IN
  44. 44. #MAKERHOOD CLEAN+FIX-IT
  45. 45. How it works
  46. 46. Street by street Creative mentors from The Roots Group of students from Oceania Academy Pop-up pods
  47. 47. Street by street Creative mentors from The Roots Group of students from Oceania Academy Pop-up pods
  48. 48. Street by street Creative mentors from The Roots Group of students from Oceania Academy Pop-up pods
  49. 49. Street by street Creative mentors from The Roots Group of students from Oceania Academy Pop-up pods
  50. 50. Impact to our community
  51. 51. BRINGS A SOLUTION TO A REAL PROBLEM Changes in waste collection mean families will pay based on the amount of the waste generated.
  52. 52. IMMEDIATE BENEFIT “We want to clean and fix the things you need, together with you and your young sons and daughters”. Our invitation is something with real value to any community. (Plus, we’ve already run the idea by street leaders in Otara, and they are fighting over who gets it first).
  53. 53. FIXING UNLEASHES CREATIVITY As we work with young people and their families, they will be able to unleash creative capital from within their community. Young people will start to become creators, not consumers.
  54. 54. INCOME POTENTIAL Fixed materials, upcycled creations… there is a real possibility of selling these pieces. And this is the start of an entrepreneurial mindset and attitude.
  55. 55. BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE COMMUNITY Young people are influenced by their everyday environment. The Pod takes the initiative to the neighbourhoods and act as catalyst for relationships between families.
  56. 56. fix-it Pod
  57. 57. #makerhood Fix-it Pod is meant to be a great, fun day of celebration for each street. And an opportunity for families to connect.
  58. 58. Portable, flexible and adaptable structures, filled with low tech and high tech tools, to help fix what’s broken and build using inorganic waste.
  59. 59. THE CONNECTOR
  60. 60. www.makerhood.nz
  61. 61. MESA&CADEIRA METODOLOGIA PROPRIETÁRIA DA MESA&CADEIRA. USO NÃO PERMITIDO SEM AUTORIZAÇÃO DA EMPRESA. MESA | GNT HOW IT IS SUSTAINED
  62. 62. OWNERSHIP Oceania Career Academy, THE ROOTS and Community Street Leaders will be leading the initial projects together with mentors and partners.
  63. 63. ADDITIONALITY Built on what already exists in South Auckland - social entrepreneurs, institutions, industry connections.
  64. 64. LOW RISK START, HIGH IMPACT #makerhood already has a space and the resources to implement it mapped. It will start with a lean and learn approach and evolve by doing it.
  65. 65. SCALE THROUGH COLLABORATION #makerhood is designed to include other partners and spread across South Auckland.
  66. 66. CONTINUOUS EVOLUTION With a learning by doing approach, #makerhood has a big vision that will start small and evolve in incremental steps.
  67. 67. THANK YOU
  68. 68. THANK YOU

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