Workshops Available:

  • Woodshop

  • Metalwork

  • Screenprinting

  • Glassblowing

  • Painting

  • Ceramics

  • Textiles

  • 3D Printing

  • Jewelry Making

  • Laser Engraving

*Hours:

Tuesday - Thursday

2pm - 8pm

Friday- Sunday

12pm-8pm

*Open for Members and Classes / Tours by appointment only

Welcome!

 

Guidelines For Working in the Shop:

 

  • Sign in and sanitize your hands

  • Wear a mask if you have not been vaccinated

  • Have a blast Making

  • Keep Socially Distanced

  • Wash your hands periodically

  • Sanitize the tools you have used

  •  Sign out before you leave.

  • Come back again soon!

Maximum number of people in the shop at one time is 50.

If a staff member asks you to leave because you appear unwell or sick, please respect their decision.

 

It is for the safety of the staff and members.  

Special Update:

 

Classes

Classes have been posted through August. Go and get your tickets now!

 

  • TUE- Woodworking, Ceramics &       Leather working

  • WED- Welding/Metal, 3D Print, &    Screen Printing                   

  • THURS- Wire-N-Wine, Glowforge     & Ceramic Trimming/ Glazing 

  • FRI- Glass Torch or Stained Glass

  • 1st Sat of the month -Kids ArtHistory Projects

more to be announced 

(Kids Classes, Aerosol, and Textiles )

Have a skill and want to teach at the Makerspace

Please fill out application HERE

Dustin Swiers - Metalsmith, Glassblo
Kendrick Daum - Painter - Finisher
Don Darling - Tinkerer, Lathe Master
Joe Herke - Ceramics King
Rick Esser - Woodworker Supreme
Cindy Bourne - Jewelry Maker

MEET YOUR MAKER!

What can you do in a Makerspace?​

  • Personal Projects

  • Classes

  • Fine Arts 

  • Develop Skills

  • Repairs

What can you find in a Makerspace?

  • Welcoming environment

  • Tools & equipment

  • Climate controlled workspaces

  • Classes and Special Events

  • Collaboration & Mentorship​

Are you a Maker? 

  • Get a hold of us for a private tour 

  • Attend a Special Event

  • Sign up for:

    • Our Newsletter

    • Classes

    • Membership

How does a makerspace benefit Southern Minnesota?

  • Assists the needs of the creative economy in the greater Mankato area

  • Encourages lifelong curiosity and hands on creativity to all ages

  • Provides product development opportunities for entrepreneurs in their experimental and growth stages

  • Promotes self sufficiency in the modern age

Thank You Maker Advocates! 

Founding Donors

In Kind Donors

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Grant Funding

Minnesota Makers & Artists Guild

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