Creating a Makerspace
“It sort of re-imagines and redefines the days of community woodshops and kitchens, and goes beyond your typical knitting or quilting circle. Today’s makerspaces tend to offer the shared use of high-quality tools and equipment for hand-built design projects and production of goods, combined with on-site experts and instruction, and collaborations and idea-sharing through the organic process of connecting with other like minds using the space.”
Just a snippet from a beautifully written article about of what goes on in our space. Jenn Smith of the Berkshire Eagle was able to interview some of the people responsible for the inner workings of Shire City Sanctuary. The result is a great read if you are curious about what we’re up to and what some of our community goals are. Click here for the full article!