Create. Contribute. Collaborate.
These are a few buzzwords that accurately describe the inclusive atmosphere Duluth MakerSpace maintains. The mission? To offer the best sustainable multi-field cooperative workshop possible for Duluth’s local artists, inventors, experimenters, teachers, & learners.
Simply put, MakerSpace provides inventive people with the tools and the space to create whatever comes to mind.
Max Elfelt, chairman of the board, stresses the importance creativity has on our day-to-day. After all, who would want to spend time in a world where ingenuity and originality takes a back seat to the monotonous drone of our every day lives? This non-profit has a unique model that insures one thing; members are put above all else. Keeping membership costs affordable is achieved through a collaborative effort between the business and the community in the Lincoln Park area.
A broad array of projects have been planned, created, and tinkered with in the MakerSpace workshop. Classes are offered for the curious, too! Try your hand at pottery, 3D printing, welding and metal shop, glass engraving, lapidary, and trust me – so much more. There’s no other place in Duluth that offers access to industrial machinery and technology that covers the needs for every project under the sun.
Find out more about memberships, classes, and events going on with Duluth MakerSpace at http://duluthmakerspace.com, and tours are made available by request at 3001 West Superior Street. Go out and create something today!