Join us for Introduction to Stained Glass class, scheduled for 6:30 - 8:30pm, Thursdays, November 6 - December 4, 2014 (except Thanksgiving Day) at the Lawrence Creates Makerspace. If you have ever wondered what Stained Glass work involves, now is your chance. Lesa Weller, who has been working with stained glass for over 35 years, will hold this 4-week class once a week. Price of one ticket covers all four classes.
We're moving forward with plans to build one or more multicopters. A number of applications and ideas are under consideration. Collaboration with a number of people and groups is being investigated.
Dear members and friends of the Lawrence Creates Makerspace,
Creativity is the key to economic development, and Lawrence is one of the most creative places in the United States.
The Lawrence Creates Makerspace is a community of creative people working together to provide the space, tools, information, education, and other services people need to develop products and services, at a very reasonable cost.
And we have a good time doing it!
Are you an artist or a maker? Do you like spending time with creative people?
August Final Friday Lawrence Art Party features music by Jime and Aaron, acoustic duo. There will be grilled sausages from Fritz’s in KC, sculptures, paintings, demos by Lawrence Creates Makerspace Members, and more!
We will be displaying works by
Suzanne Peters Ashley, Fabric Artist
Rodolfo Parisi, Vidographer
Clifton Rendón, Photographer
Valerie Ford, Textile Artist
Frank Shopen, Sculptor
Garret Tufte, Innovator & Artist
Kassidee Quaranta, Artist
Maria Lis Cabriza, Oil Painter
Lesa Weller, Multimedia Artist
Thank you Tabatha Mills and Channel 6 for coming to the Lawrence Creates Makerspace to shoot this news spot on the upcoming Confabularryum. The Makerspace will hold several Maker demos and co--founder Barbara Kerr will give a great presentation on creativity!
There will also be Maker groups there from KC. Makerspace member and and 3D printing and screen printing instructor Tim Middleton will be there representing the Science City Maker Studio, where he teaches kids.
We need equipment donations, new or used. Can you help? Donations are eligible for tax deductions. Top priorities:
- #1 - an urgent need! A large exhaust fan or whole house fan, to exhaust hot air from near the ceiling.
- #2 - this would make our space so much more comfortable! A used central AC system, so we can air condition our offices and training rooms.
- Shop vacs to use for dust collection
- A laser cutter.
Please send an email to email@example.com if you can help.
Right now we are making significant progress on the Aquaponics tower. Now it's only a matter of time and money and some trial and error to get thing working right. Here is a list of the supplies we still need.
Since 2003 I have been working with adolescent males that have been placed out of home at the O'Connell Youth Ranch. At 33 years of age, I have essentially spent my late adolescence and early adulthood operating within a group home setting and, as my wife could tell you, have assimilated some of the oppositional behaviors that are present in the home. Through my years at the Ranch, I have witnessed countless young men 'waste' their time with a 'fake-it-till-you-make-it' attitude that only serves to reify their disillusionment with the justice system and the adult world.
Lawrence Creates Makerspace Friends and Members,
There are so many good things going on at the Lawrence Creates Makerspace that it's hard to believe! Here are a few highlights.
Wow! I went into the Makerspace yesterday and pulled the latest copy of Make Magazine (thank you Josh!) out of the mailbox. I flipped it open - and there we are, named by Make Magazine as one of the Most Interesting Makerspaces! Check out the cellphone pic from the article!