Sign up here for this month’s sessions on Thursday evenings, April 5 – May 5, from 6 to 9pm.
Create your own art, woodworking or tech project in our state-of-the-art makerspace.
Our group of creative makers meets every Thursday from 6 to 9pm to make cool things together, from home gadgets to interactive art and robots. You bring your own project idea and materials. Guidance is available from other participants and instructors.
We work and learn alongside each other, sharing the tech facilities in the shop, which include a laser cutter, CNC router, light woodworking tools, full computer lab and electronics shop. Incidental supplies such as bits of wire, solder, glue and resistors are available in the shop.
No experience is necessary. To fully make use of the equipment, we recommend that you take one or more of our makers classes on topics such as Arduino, Laser Cutting, Wood Turning, etc. This is an ongoing maker course.
Maker Club resources include:
- Project advice from fellow-makers and instructors
- Laser cutter, wood lathes, CNC router, basic woodworking equipment
- Computer Lab with a wide range of software (e.g.: Adobe, Autodesk suites)
- Electronic tools (soldering irons, etc.)
Workshop fee is $48 for 4 sessions of 3 hours each (Thursdays 6-9pm). Fee includes incidental project supplies. Drop-ins cost $15/night.
Suitable for ages 15 through adult. Ages 11-14 may enroll if parent also enrolls.
See more photos in our Maker Club photo album.
See the TamMakers Classes page for upcoming Maker Club workshops.
We hope to see you soon!