Make a Makerspace workshop

February 3, 2013 at 12:29 pm Leave a comment

I’m at the Make a Makerspace workshop being run by Artisan’s Asylum and Make magazine. Yesterday was the first full day of content, and my brain is still sore from the deluge of information. Sections on business models, business plans, safety, liability, things Not To Do (TM), and all around advice and tools for setting up a Makerspace were plentiful, and it’s given me alot to think about as Capital District Makerspace (soon to be Tech Valley Center of Gravity) prepares for our soft-launch of our inaugural location at 35 4th St, Troy, NY. 

The whole workshop has been very well organized and executed, and I hope that they make this an annual event that can help new Makerspaces get off the ground. More on this later, time to head off for breakfast and then the Sunday sessions!

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