Founder, The Makers Nation
A relentless inspiration seeker, storyteller, design lover, maker, and founder of The Makers Nation.
Christina recently returned to Toronto after living in San Francisco for three years, where she was building a global community of entrepreneurs for a technology startup. Coming back to the motherland, she is on a mission to coalesce the arts, tech, design, and maker communities in Toronto through the act of making things.
CHRISTINA 'S PRESENTATIONS
The Importance of Play
BY CHRISTINA HUG
@ VOL 28
ON JAN 21, 2014
Afer living in San Fransisco for three years, Christina Hug returned to Toronto and founded The Makers Nation, an organization to coalescing the art, tech, design, and maker communities in cities around the world to meet, collaborate, learn and make things.
It took her by surprise when only kids showed up at "Battle Bot Royal", the first event she put together for adults to use machinaries to make moterized robots
Since that expereince, she has a new mission - to encourage adults to play more. She wants to offer the perspective that how work and play can complement each other.
"Presentation of the Day" on March 18, 2014.