Let’s talk about 3D Printing Wednesday, November 2nd, 6:30PM to 8:00PM. This meetup is for all experience levels. Meet other people interested in 3D printing. Learn about the tools, tips, and techniques for getting started.
This meetup is FREE for dues paying members of Mobile Makerspace. Non-members should pay what they feel is appropriate. All proceeds go towards Mobile Makerspace programs and operations. Feel free to bring snacks, drinks, and your imagination.
Please RSVP for the event at our Mobile Makerspace Meetup group.
Join us for “Spookywalk” during October LoDa Artwalk Friday the 14th from 6-9PM. Tweet your message to our Stranger Tweets wall using #spookywalk. Check out where Mobile’s makers are getting creative and collaborating.
No hosted hours for Friday September 30th. 1065 kicks off Friday night downtown Mobile. Hopefully you enjoy the free entertainment and activities.
Mobile Makerpsace is open FIVE nights a week! Our founder, Rick Green, is now hosting Thursday night open hours from 6 to 9PM. Josh Rhodes is taking over hosting Tuesday nights.
Associate membership starts at $35 a month. That provides access to the tools and space during open hours or when a Full member is present. Full membership starts at $50 per month. That includes a key with 24/7 access.
Mobile Makerspace president, Dana Spisak, represented Mobile Alabama at the Makerspace Organizers Meeting convened by The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. The meeting was held August 24th in the Washington, D.C.
Approximately 200 makerspace organizers from across the country attended the meeting. The day long event consisted of talks from different makerspace organizers, presentations from government agencies on ways to engage the federal government for funding makerspace initiatives, as well as breakout sessions on various aspects of practices for growing the maker movement throughout the country.
“The makerspace organizer meetings, held as a part of the Nation of Makers initiative, is a significant step towards transforming and linking 100’s of individual maker communities across the our nation. The involvement by The White House speaks to the importance of the Maker Movement,” says Dana Spisak, president Mobile Makerspace.
About Mobile Makerspace
Mobile Makerspace operates a community based workspace were members share low cost access to tools, workspace, and knowledge for collaboration. The workspace, located in downtown Mobile Alabama, along with its all volunteer staff serve the greater Mobile metro area. See makerspacemobile.org for more information about Mobile Makerspace.