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Wish List

Not everything that could be useful in a MakerSpace is an expensive tool or specialized equipment!

Consider donating items from this list to help us get our own MakerSpace off the ground:

  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Guns (& Glue!)
  • Tape (Regular & Duct)
  • Construction Paper/Cardstock
  • Batteries
  • Yarn
  • Paper Rolls
  • Small Hand Tools
  • Cutting Mats
  • Storage Bins
  • Computer Monitors
  • USB Mice
  • USB Keyboards
  • Sewing Materials
  • Knitting Materials

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Who is a Maker? And What is a MakerSpace?

Makerspaces, sometimes referred to as hackerspaces, hackspaces, and fablabs are creative, DIY spaces where people can gather to create, invent, and learn. In libraries they often have 3D printers, software, electronics, craft and hardware supplies and tools, and more.

We Are Makers tells the story of the Maker Movement. It’s the story not of tools but of people. A publisher. An entrepreneur. A design professor. A middle school teacher. Two museum educators. And a creative director. Each provides an important viewpoint on why new technologies and communities of making are bringing us back to something deeply human. For more about the film, and featured content from the film's contributors, visit: Directed by Nathan Driskell & Mathew Bardwell Original Music by Elvis Sanchez Produced by Kyle Dickson Associate Producer James Langford