Case Western Reserve University Announces Schedule for Think[box] Tuesdays

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[image-1]Beginning on Tuesday, June 7, Case Western Reserve University’s Innovation Center at 11201 Cedar Ave., will host think[box] Tuesdays, free public events from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Members of the local community can come and “indulge their inner maker” through a variety of activities and projects.

A different local food truck will be on hand each week; Fawaky Burst, which hawks smoothies and wraps, will be on hand at the June 7 event, and the band Surf Deer will perform.



Each event will have a different theme; the June 7 theme is “Intro to Thinking Beyond the Possible.” At the event, attendees will have the opportunity to use a laser cutter to make a keychain.

Here's the schedule, taken from the event's official press release:



June 14
Being Fearless: Let’s Create Together
Using abstract art to help us reimagine Cleveland

June 21
Collaborative Creativity
Discover Sears think[box] through a pinhole camera

June 28
Creative Endeavors in Cleveland
Learn from creative enthusiasts from all over Cleveland

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