Maker Arts Space
The Maker Arts Space is located in the lower level of VCAM, Room 005.
The space offers digital fabrication and traditional craft opportunities for students, staff, and faculty. Through coursework, workshops, and studio hours, the lab serves as a place of experimentation and collaboration with an emphasis in learning new technologies to empower participants to design, make, prototype, and build across the disciplines.
Open Studio Hours
Open Studio Hours are weekly hours monitored by Student Workers in the Maker Arts Space. These are hours available to students, faculty, and staff. Though walk-ins are welcome, each machine has material restrictions and training requirements that you will have to satisfy before using it. If in doubt, please ask. Students and the Maker Arts Space Technician, Kent Watson, are available to help. The hours change each semester and are dependent on student worker schedules. Hours are typically posted the second week of classes and can be found on the maker space website or outside the door of the Maker Arts Space.
- Clean up after yourself.
- Be courteous, helpful, and respectful to your peers.
- Each machine has material restrictions and training requirements that you will have to satisfy before using it. If in doubt, please ask.
- The room may be used for special events from time to time, respect these events and do not interrupt.
- Please sign in when you show up.
Tuesday & Thursday: 4–8 p.m.
Friday & Saturday: 1–6 p.m.
3D Printers, 3D Scanner, Vinyl Cutter, Soldering Irons, Laser Cutter, Hand Tools
Fusion 360, z Brush, Mesh Mixer, Sculptris, Maya, Cinema 4D, AutoCAD, Sketch Up, Arduino, Processing, Python, Adobe Creative Suite, Cura, Slicer, and more.