What is a Makerspace?
A makerspace is a communal workspace where people can share tools, knowledge, and skills. It’s a shop where we create, not consume. A hub for producers, inventors, students, and educators. A home for inspiration and innovation. A place where you feel like you can make anything.
A makerspace is a place to make meaning. A space to really make yourself.
Why use a Makerspace?
A makerspace removes barriers that block the creative process. Perhaps you don’t have the space at home to create or you’d rather not make a mess in your living room that would take months to clean. A makerspace can provide you with both communal and private space for you to work in an environment suited for all types of fabrication. Perhaps you’re not ready to invest thousands of dollars on specialty equipment. A makerspace provides access to these tools by sharing it amongst its members and making it more affordable for individuals to use. Additionally, it creates the opportunity to explore new tools you may never thought you would have access to or learn how to use.
Most importantly, a makerspace is a community. A place for people to meet and collaborate with like-minded individuals. There is never a lack of interesting projects and people to show you that the possibilities are limitless.
Is to be all-inclusive environment and welcome makers at all skill levels. We encourage the members of our maker community to help one another and to create a diverse environment for all kinds of creative outlets. It is one of our greatest joys to take something we have learned and pass that on to another human being who is eager to learn and grow in ways we can’t imagine.
Is to foster innovation, learning and creativity by providing the means for the community to grow. We highly encourage anyone and everyone to pursue continuous education and skill building in all disciplines of making and fabrication. We believe the best way to achieve this is through hands-on learning, mentorship and cultivating curiosity by inspiring a sense of wonder.