Located next to the Information Services desk, the MakerSpace is a place you can go to learn new skills and software, make cool stuff and customize your world. Use the space to play, tinker and experiment with media, design and electronics in an open and collaborative environment. There are no age limits
here! A 10 year old can teach classes and a 70 year old can play with toys.
This is DIY learning at its best.
The MakerSpace is now open daily during regular
Central Resource Library
Call ahead and book up to three months in advance.
You can make use of the space two hours at a time!
What can you make in the MakerSpace?
- Videos for your website
- Digital Scrapbooks
- Silly pics of your friends
- Phone case
- Business Cards
- Shower curtain rings
- Chess set
- Music recordings
- Digital pictures from negatives
- Chess pieces
- External dimmer kit
- Stuffed animals
- Circuit board kits
What kinds of activities do you have?
Monday, August 12, 4-6 p.m.
Bring in your old electronics and some tools!
Every Monday 5-9 p.m.
It's open and free time for anyone to come in.
Assist with creative projects and photography is available.
- learn about the space
- take a tour
- learn how to use the equipment
Want to see for yourself?
What kind of stuff do you have?
- Adobe Creative Suite:
InDesign, Dreamworks, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.
- Sketchbook Express
- iBooks Author
- Anime Studio
- Manga Studio EX4
- Corel Painter Essentials
- Final Cut Pro
- Garage Band
- Google Sketchup
- 2 Mac Computers
- Wacom Bamboo Create Tablet
- Canon 9000F High Resolution Scanner
- Sony HDR Digital Video Camera
- Softbox lighting kit
- green screen
- Blue Yeti Microphone
- Sennheiser pro headphones
- Singer 9950 Quantum Stylist Sewing Machine
- Soldering Irons
- MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer