Upcoming events

    • 13 Jul 2019
    • 13 Jun 2020
    • 12 sessions
    • 49 Vose Farm Rd. Suite 200

    Repair Cafe is a monthly get together at MAxT - Every 2nd Saturday from 10-2pm. If you have something that busted, don't toss it, bring it here!  No need to pre-register, just show up!

    Our repair volunteers will help YOU fix nearly everything that can be fixed, including:

    + Jewelry

    + Small appliances

    + Clothing (including sweaters)

    + Toys

    + Bikes

    + Furniture

    And pretty much anything else you can throw at us!

    The event is free but donations to the repair cafe are encouraged to keep this event going.

    • 18 Feb 2020
    • 05 May 2020
    • 12 sessions
    • MAxT Makerspace
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    An introductory course to drawing with a focus on drawing from life, working from still-life objects, interiors, the human form, as well as old and contemporary master drawings. Creating a strong composition, a sense of light/dark, an illusion of depth and form that’s in the round will be among our goals as well as tricks for mastering proportion.  We will primarily use charcoal and graphite. Collage, color washes and other media options and working on a larger scale will be introduced as options during final project. Beginners and advanced students alike are encouraged to join. Materials included.

    About the teacher:

    Kimberly Kersey-Asbury is a painter, sculptor and mixed media artist with a special love for drawing. She received a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and an MFA in Painting from Boston University. A Fulbright recipient to Botswana for painting, she had a residency at the Vermont Studio Center for painting and workshops in Ceramic Sculpture at Haystack and the Archie Bray Foundation. She teaches studio art at Saint Anselm College and resides in Dublin, NH.


    • 22 Mar 2020
    • 10 May 2020
    • 8 sessions
    • MAxT Makerspace
    • 6
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    Building your own boat can be a rewarding woodworking project - but there are infinite types of boats, designs, and construction methods. Where do you begin? 

    In this class, we will start with a beginner’s overview of the effects of shape and construction on the building process and the performance of a boat powered by paddle, oar, sail, or motor. As a class, we will decide what we want our class boat to do best, we will design it with a scale model, then build a simple full-size small boat to our design - using materials available from any local home improvement store or lumberyard.

    If you are looking to build simple small boats for rowing, sailing, or fishing, this might be the only class you need. And if you have your heart set on a more complex shape with more exotic materials and finer finish, this course will help you decide your next step!

    Introduction to Boatbuilding is offered through a partnership between MaxT and Mill Hollow Works. MHW is a heritage craft school based in Keene NH, that teaches people how to improve their quality of life through the use of traditional tools and local resources. We offer courses in Boatbuilding, Homebuilding, Homesteading, and more, with the mission of helping people live in a state of self-reliance.  For more information, millhollowworks.org


    • 04 Apr 2020
    • 25 Apr 2020
    • 4 sessions
    • MAxT Makerspace
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    This series of classes taught by Joel Faucher is focused on learning the process, tools and techniques needed to bring ordinary pieces of granite to life with aesthetic appeal. By the end of the class, you will have carved a handmade bowl (soap dish, birdbath, fruit bowl, etc) and have the confidence of being able to expand on the craft.


    Course outline:

    Week 1 - Intro to safety, tools and learning to read a stone. We will discuss how to comfortably start cutting and which techniques are most effective. We'll go over how to change a blade, preventative measures to avoid cuts, safety gear to be used, etc. Joel will demonstrate on a large boulder the rudimentary aspects of sculpture.  This piece will be a practice stone for the class to use before starting their first bowl. A stone will then be chosen to make easy cuts to learn how to level their piece. Students will then mark the stone and adjust accordingly by using a level to achieve perfection.

    Week 2 - Starting the bowl. Angles will be discussed and demonstrated to learn how maximize blade life and avoid breaking or fractures. The old world craftsmanship of using a chisel and hammer will then be introduced. Joel will explain how to read the stone for clues on the easy ways to cut such as woodworking. Techniques will be learned in how to apply safe amounts of pressure, different blade types will be explored at the same time. By the end of the class the core shape of the project will be exposed.

    Week 3 - Learning how to use advanced blades for smoothing and polishing. A “fly cup” wheel is now used to remove any visible lines made in the coring process. Free form sculpture is introduced as the stone itself begins to suggest shape and options to expose the natural flair found within each piece. Interesting and unique colors will be revealed from within the stone and the student now has an opportunity to become the artist. Joel will review and closely work with each individual to assist in talking out the options seen to work towards completion of the sculpture.

    Week 4 - Work towards completion of bowl. Start hand sanding and polishing through several grits to achieve a finished result. Joel will demonstrate what each blade does for refining and adding depth and character. Some advanced techniques will be discussed and displayed for those ready to advance.

    • 11 Apr 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Tarrapin Glassblowing Studio
    • 10
    Register

    Introducing a collaboration between Sharing Arts (formerly known as Sharon Arts) and Terrapin Glassblowing Studio.  These classes will take place at Terrapin Glass in Jaffrey.

    This introduction to glass pendants will give you three styles to add to your arsenal of flame worked jewelry. Start with the solid colored teardrop- where students experience molten glass and gravity for the first time.  Next is the swirled color teardrop- a simple design that eases you into some of the most core flameworking techniques.  We start by building up your muscle memory right away with this organic color pattern and play with gravity and shaping the pendant to your own unique preference. 

    Next, we refine our dots for an implosion style pendant, always a favorite glassy trick to know. Learn about the best colors for the job, and add your own hook.

    In this class students will have ample time to practice each technique and will be well prepared for any Level II class.

    • 14 Apr 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)
    • MAxT Makerspace
    • 11
    Register

    Learn how to make your own face lotion and lip balm with simple ingredients, including some herbal oils made by the instructor! Each class participant will go home with samples of lotion and lip balm and a handout with recipes and resources of where to find the ingredients and supplies to make more.

    About the Instructor: Katherine Gekas has been using herbs to help herself, family and friends to stay healthy for over twenty years.  In 2009, she learned that a person could actually BE an herbalist!  This put her on a five-year path of studies to become a community herbalist.  Katherine now leads herb walks, teaches classes on herbs, and provides herbal consultations to help teach people how to use herbs to improve their health.


    • 19 Apr 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • MAxT Makerspace
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    A three hour crash course on the basics of hand woodworking and the fundamental tools that can be used to create just about anything from wood - saws, chisels and planes.  Both Western and Japanese toolsets will be introduced in this fast moving, hands on demonstration.

    About the instructor: Paul Tuller has been working with Japanese hand woodworking tools for over 35 years to build traditional Japanese interior spaces and custom furniture. He is the co-founder of The Guild of NH Woodworkers and a past juried member of The League of NH Craftsmen.


    • 25 Apr 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • MAxT Makerspae
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    This workshop is an introduction to relief printmaking. Participants will explore different carving and mark-making techniques using linoleum blocks, and a variety of ways blocks can be inked and printed—including methods requiring little to no specialized equipment. We’ll also cover the fundamentals of printing carved blocks on a printing press.

    Participants will produce a printed edition of their own one-color linocut prints, and will also walk away with a portfolio of prints produced by everyone in the workshop.

    All skill levels welcome and no previous experience necessary! (All materials included.)

    About the Instructor:  Josh Dannin is an artist and printmaker based in Goffstown, New Hampshire. Working primarily with relief and risograph print processes, he is interested in the intersection between modern technology, traditional craft, and mass production. Dannin runs Directangle Press, a small printshop that specializes in letterpress and risograph printing and publishing. He co-edits Power Washer Zine: a semiannual publication about screenprinting that asks soft questions and thinks hard thoughts.

    In addition to running group workshops at Directangle Press, he teaches printmaking, letterpress, and design at Saint Anselm College and New Hampshire Institute of Art. Dannin has a BFA in Printmaking and Photography from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and an MFA in printmaking from Ohio University. His printed and bound works have been exhibited both nationally and internationally.


    • 13 Jun 2020
    • 15 Jun 2020
    • 3 sessions
    • Dublin School, Dublin NH
    • 7
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    Ready to explore encaustic but are intimidated? Never heard of it but are curious? Already a painter in another medium and are ready for a change? This class is for you!

    “Encaustic” comes from the Greek word, “enkaustikos”, which means to “Burn in.” Essentially, it is painting with hot colored wax. It is an exceptionally versatile medium used by painters, mixed media collage artists, even photographers and sculptors.

    Encaustic can be an expensive medium to work in, but veteran encaustic painter, Earl Schofield will not only provide the materials you need to get started, but show you how to start in your own studio efficiently and with the lowest expense possible, while teaching you some encaustic history and many of the techniques and tips of this exciting medium. Class will run on a Saturday, Sunday and Monday to allow for travel to the area. There will be two three hour sessions each day with plenty of time to explore the areas lake, hiking, shops and restaurants and will include a dinner at the artist’s home and studio.

    (Discounted rooms and blocks of rooms available at the beautiful, historic Fitzwilliam Inn, a two-minute walk to the artist/instructors home)

    $400 per person- 18 hrs. instruction/studio time one dinner out, one dinner at instructor’s home, all supplies provided.

    Supplies may be purchased, at cost, at the end of weekend if desired.

    About the instructor: Earl Schofield is a veteran art educator at the Dublin School who is a museum collected, nationally exhibiting painter.



    • 25 Jul 2020
    • 31 Jul 2020
    • 7 sessions
    • The Dublin School, Dublin NH
    • 12
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    How many times have you seen the opportunities your kids have that you didn’t as you dropped them off at school or college and thought, “Geez, I wish I could do that!” So do it! The Sharing Arts Network and the Dublin School are SO excited to offer this seven-day artist retreat for everyone 21 years and older! There will be three two hour sessions each day.

    You will alternate instruction between Drawing from life, working on wheel thrown pottery for a night time, Japenese Raku firing and dinner party at the end of the week, wooden bowl turning on the lathe, art history lectures, landscape or abstract painting (in oil or watercolor) and an Introduction to digital Photography and Photoshop. Students are primarily responsible for their own food, but there are excellent local shops to choose from. There will be a dinner party at an instructor’s house one night, and a BBQ the night of the Raku firing. In addition, instructors will be available to make reservations and lead dinner and drinks out with the group most nights. Fees include all materials, instruction, instructor led critiques, and the cost of the two dinners. Come make new friends at ART CAMP for Grown Ups!

    Discounted rooms and blocks of rooms available at the beautiful, historic Fitzwilliam Inn, a two-minute walk to the artist/instructors home. Instructors can coordinate an Air B-N-B for up to 8 people for less than 200 for the whole six days.

    Limit 12 students

    Earl Schofield is a veteran art educator at the Dublin School who is a museum collected, nationally exhibiting painter.

    Dylan Pierpont is a charming and talented wood worker and teacher at the Dublin School

    Kimberley Kersey-Ashby is a professor at St. Anselm’s college and a virtuoso artist working in photography, painting and sculptural ceramics.

    750.00 per person for 36 instructor/studio contact hrs. and includes two dinners, multiple evenings with various instructors out and all materials included.

    • 08 Aug 2020
    • 10 Aug 2020
    • 3 sessions
    • Dublin School, Dublin NH
    • 12
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    Summer time. Watercolor. What else do you need? We got sun, we got gorgeous views, we got paper, brushes and cute little tins of color! Let’s party! This a three Day, Saturday through Monday, multi-level course. We will move quickly through basic color theory, then into material tips, then do a deep dive into technique experimentation. Each day the instructor will start the day with an art history masterwork lecture, then move on to demonstrate various watercolor techniques.

    Water color is famous for being really heavy on the “tricks.” In its purest form, it is a spontaneous and intuitive medium, but generations of artists have created all kinds of innovative ways to work with it. We will explore as many of those as we can both in the studio and in the field. Class will be split between a morning and afternoon session for a total of five hours each day. There will be plenty of time to explore the region or continue to paint on your own.  The instructor can make reservations and lead the group out for dinner and drinks Saturday night if desired. There will be a dinner Saturday night at the instructor’s home which is included in the price of the class. This is not specifically a landscape class, it is a WATERCOLOR class, but field trips will be included…because we got sun, views, paper, brushes and cute little tins of color!

    About the instructor: Earl Schofield is a veteran art educator at the Dublin School who is a museum collected, nationally exhibiting painter.

    (Discounted rooms and blocks of rooms available at the beautiful, historic Fitzwilliam Inn, a two minute walk to the artist/instructors home)

    Instructor can set up an Airbnb for groups if home share is an option you’d like for about 200 for the week.


Past events

28 Mar 2020 Mitten Making Workshop
28 Mar 2020 Josh Dannin - Zine Workshop
22 Mar 2020 Bookbinding Basics
21 Mar 2020 Intro to Felting - Gardeners' soap.
03 Mar 2020 Clayton J. Beck III, Alla Prima Demo/Commentary
29 Feb 2020 Josh Dannin - Lego Letterpress
22 Feb 2020 The Japanese Workbench
13 Feb 2020 Date Night with Clay
21 Jan 2020 Figure Drawing Session
18 Jan 2020 Game Design and Making
16 Jan 2020 Woodshop Celebration and Open House
07 Jan 2020 Figure Drawing Session
08 Dec 2019 Photography 101: Intro to Editing with Steve Lipofsky
03 Dec 2019 Figure Drawing Session
20 Nov 2019 NH Saves - Button Up Peterborough
19 Nov 2019 Figure Drawing Session
11 Nov 2019 Project Night w/Peterborough Arts Collective
05 Nov 2019 Figure Drawing Session
03 Nov 2019 Textiles Open Studio
27 Oct 2019 Textiles Open Studio
27 Oct 2019 The Art and History of Pen Making
24 Oct 2019 Polymer Clay Possibilities - Make a Unique Holiday Gift
22 Oct 2019 Figure Drawing Session
20 Oct 2019 Sewing Fundamentals For Beginners
17 Oct 2019 Polymer Clay Possibilities - Make a neckless
14 Oct 2019 Project Night w/Peterborough Arts Collective
18 Sep 2019 Setting up a Business 101
14 Aug 2019 Product Development with Liz Knight
30 Jul 2019 GAME NIGHT
13 Jul 2019 Drawdown Presents: The Agricultural Revolution
10 Jul 2019 Keys to Online Marketing and Sales Success with AirTank
23 Jun 2019 Jewelry Basics Intensive
23 Jun 2019 Laser Cut Applique
18 Jun 2019 The 3 Big Rocks Startups Need to Move
13 Jun 2019 Polymer Clay Possibilities
01 Jun 2019 Meet Your Makers
11 May 2019 Business Model Canvas Workshop
11 May 2019 The NH Drawdown - Refridgerants
11 May 2019 Repair Cafe
09 May 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
07 May 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
30 Apr 2019 Game Night
16 Apr 2019 Video for Makers
13 Apr 2019 The NH Drawdown - Converting Homes to Solar
09 Apr 2019 Three Strategies to Grow An Engaged Following on Instagram
02 Apr 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
24 Mar 2019 Quilted Landscapes
20 Mar 2019 SCORE presents: the Artist as Entrepreneur
07 Mar 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
05 Mar 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
28 Feb 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
26 Feb 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
26 Feb 2019 Digital Marketing for Makers - An Overview
24 Feb 2019 Laser Cutting 101: Rubber Stamps
21 Feb 2019 C Programming for Arduino
21 Feb 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
20 Feb 2019 Polymer Clay Pendants
19 Feb 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
14 Feb 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
12 Feb 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
10 Feb 2019 Laser Cutting 101: Wooden Inlay Coasters
09 Feb 2019 Repair Cafe
07 Feb 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
06 Feb 2019 Jewelry Open Studio
05 Feb 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
03 Feb 2019 Woodworking Class
31 Jan 2019 Introduction to Arduino and Embedded Programming
31 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
29 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
27 Jan 2019 Jewelry Class
24 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
22 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
17 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
16 Jan 2019 Phaze Welding - Open House
15 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
12 Jan 2019 Repair Cafe
10 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
08 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
05 Jan 2019 AWS Certification Training
03 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - TIG
01 Jan 2019 Welding Workshop - MIG
18 Dec 2018 Welding Workshop - MIG
11 Dec 2018 Welding Workshop - MIG
15 Nov 2018 MAKESGIVING
15 Nov 2018 Welding Workshop - TIG
15 Nov 2018 Applied Laser Cutting - Cutting Boards
14 Nov 2018 Intro to Sewing - Cork Purse
13 Nov 2018 Welding Workshop - MIG
10 Nov 2018 Repair Cafe
07 Nov 2018 Beginning Quickbooks with Lee Davis
06 Nov 2018 Welding Workshop - MIG
01 Nov 2018 Welding Workshop - TIG
01 Nov 2018 3D Printing - an Introduction
30 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop - MIG
27 Oct 2018 Machine Woodworking Basics with Paul Tuller
25 Oct 2018 Applied Laser Cutting - Pumpkins
25 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop
23 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop
22 Oct 2018 Social Media Fundamentals with Christine Halvorson
20 Oct 2018 Hand Woodworking Basics with Paul Tuller - Making a Box
18 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop
18 Oct 2018 AWS Certification Training - October registration
17 Oct 2018 Screen Printing
16 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop
14 Oct 2018 Silver Rings with Jeanne Applegate
13 Oct 2018 Repair Cafe
11 Oct 2018 Introduction to CNC - Sign Carving
11 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop
10 Oct 2018 B the Change - B Corps Panel Discussion
09 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop
07 Oct 2018 Costuming - Halloween Edition
06 Oct 2018 Hand Woodworking Basics with Paul Tuller - Dimensioning Boards
04 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop
02 Oct 2018 Welding Workshop
30 Sep 2018 Making Silver Chains with Jeanne Applegate
29 Sep 2018 Hand Woodworking Basics with Paul Tuller
29 Sep 2018 Hand Woodworking Basics with Paul Tuller - Sharpening
27 Sep 2018 Welding Workshop
26 Sep 2018 Intro to Sewing - Simple Bag
20 Sep 2018 Programmer’s Transition to Embedded Systems
20 Sep 2018 Applied Laser Cutting - Glass Mugs
18 Sep 2018 MAXT - CWE Entrepreneurship Program
12 Sep 2018 Intro to Sewing - Stitching
09 Sep 2018 Soldering Silver with Small Torches
08 Sep 2018 Repair Cafe
05 Sep 2018 3D Printing - an Introduction
01 Sep 2018 AWS Certification Training - September registration
29 Aug 2018 Screen Printing
23 Aug 2018 Welding Workshop
21 Aug 2018 Welding Workshop
16 Aug 2018 Welding Workshop
14 Aug 2018 Welding Workshop
11 Aug 2018 Repair Cafe
09 Aug 2018 Welding Workshop
07 Aug 2018 Welding Workshop
07 Aug 2018 3D Printing - an Introduction
04 Aug 2018 AWS Certification Training - August Start
26 Jul 2018 Welding Workshop
26 Jul 2018 Pitchfork Informational Session
24 Jul 2018 Welding Workshop
19 Jul 2018 Welding Workshop
17 Jul 2018 Welding Workshop
14 Jul 2018 Repair Cafe
12 Jul 2018 Welding Workshop
10 Jul 2018 Welding Workshop
30 Jun 2018 Mechanics of Weaving Workshop
30 Jun 2018 MAxT HACKATHON
28 Jun 2018 The Mechanics of Weaving Demo
28 Jun 2018 Introduction to Embedded Systems
27 Jun 2018 3D Printing - an Introduction
21 Jun 2018 Welding Workshop
19 Jun 2018 Welding Workshop
17 Jun 2018 Make a Silver Pendant
14 Jun 2018 Welding Workshop
12 Jun 2018 Welding Workshop
07 Jun 2018 Welding Workshop
05 Jun 2018 Welding Workshop
29 May 2018 Lee Davis - Quickbooks Advisor - Office Hours
29 May 2018 Lee Davis - Quickbooks Advisor - Office Hours
29 May 2018 Lee Davis - Quickbooks Advisor - Office Hours
25 May 2018 Welding Workshop
24 May 2018 Mindful Being: Cultivating Space for Creative Flow
22 May 2018 Welding Workshop
18 May 2018 Welding Workshop
15 May 2018 Welding Workshop
12 May 2018 Repair Cafe
03 May 2018 Open Make
26 Apr 2018 MAxT Makerspace Ribbon Cutting - Business After Hours
24 Apr 2018 Lee Davis - Quickbooks Advisor - Office Hours
24 Apr 2018 Lee Davis - Quickbooks Advisor - Office Hours
24 Apr 2018 Lee Davis - Quickbooks Advisor - Office Hours
24 Apr 2018 Lee Davis - Quickbooks Advisor - Office Hours
22 Apr 2018 Woodworking Skills Meetup - The $7 Sawbench
21 Apr 2018 Fabric Dying Workshop
19 Apr 2018 'Snow' Dying Demonstration
14 Apr 2018 Repair Cafe
08 Apr 2018 Woodworking Skills Meetup - Workbenches!
24 Mar 2018 Making a Box with Cover by Hand
03 Mar 2018 Introduction to Japanese Hand Tools for Woodworking
17 Feb 2018 Sharpening with Japanese Water Stones
17 Feb 2018 Sharpening with Japanese Water Stones
13 Jan 2018 Repair Cafe at MAxT
09 Dec 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT
14 Nov 2017 Masterclass: Farm to Fork and the Future of Food
11 Nov 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT
09 Nov 2017 Programming and Arduino
09 Nov 2017 Masterclass: Bootstraped to Bank Loans
01 Nov 2017 Masterclass: Michael Krinsky
30 Oct 2017 Share Night/Open House - New Threads
26 Oct 2017 Skill Share: Pumpkin Laser Etching
14 Oct 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT - October (International Repair Week)
06 Oct 2017 Family Game Night
02 Oct 2017 MAxT Masterclass Series: Tales from an energy revolution
25 Sep 2017 Share Night/Open House - Maker Education
13 Sep 2017 Skill Share - Custom Rubber Stamps
09 Sep 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT - September
31 Aug 2017 Programmable Electronics - Arduino
12 Aug 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT - August
11 Aug 2017 Skill Building Class: Screen Printing T-Shirts
09 Aug 2017 Skill Building Class: Wood Inlay
07 Aug 2017 Ladies Night at MAxT
31 Jul 2017 Monthly Open House
18 Jul 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
18 Jul 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
18 Jul 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
11 Jul 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
11 Jul 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
08 Jul 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT - July
29 Jun 2017 3D Printer Training
27 Jun 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
27 Jun 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
27 Jun 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
26 Jun 2017 Monthly Open House
25 Jun 2017 Mill Training/Safety Check
22 Jun 2017 3D Printer Training
15 Jun 2017 3D Printer Training
13 Jun 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
13 Jun 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
13 Jun 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
08 Jun 2017 3D Printer Training
01 Jun 2017 Open Make
01 Jun 2017 3D Printer Training
30 May 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
30 May 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
30 May 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
23 May 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
23 May 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
22 May 2017 Monthly Open House
18 May 2017 Programmable Electronics - Arduino
13 May 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT - May
07 May 2017 Mill Training/Safety Check
02 May 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
02 May 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
02 May 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
25 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
25 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
25 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training and Safety
22 Apr 2017 Sawhorses for a Japanese Workbench
18 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training
18 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training
18 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training
17 Apr 2017 Monthly Open House
15 Apr 2017 Traditional Japanese Covered Box
13 Apr 2017 Mill Training/Safety Check
11 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training
11 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training
11 Apr 2017 Laser Cutter Training
08 Apr 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT - April
08 Apr 2017 Making a Japanese Toolbox
01 Apr 2017 Introduction to Japanese Woodworking - Tools and Technique
27 Mar 2017 Monthly Open House
16 Mar 2017 Arduino meetup + Making a CNC Router
11 Mar 2017 Repair Cafe at MAxT - March
05 Mar 2017 Building a DIY Aeroponic garden
25 Feb 2017 Introduction to Japanese Woodworking - Tools and Technique
15 Feb 2017 Hosted Class: Adult Acting
11 Feb 2017 Repair Cafe @ MAxT
26 Jan 2017 Open House/QaZing Launch Party
05 Jan 2017 Arduino, Pi and Pizza Meetup
10 Dec 2016 Family Holiday Ornament Making
15 Nov 2016 Artist to Artist @ MAxT: Coaching Day
27 Oct 2016 Artist to Artist @ MAxT: Financing a Startup
20 Oct 2016 Artist to Artist @ MAxT: Artists Guide to Networked Marketing
13 Oct 2016 Arduino, Pi and Pizza Meetup
13 Oct 2016 Artist to Artist @ MAxT: Intellectual Property Rights
09 Jun 2016 Principles of Computer Aided Design
02 Jun 2016 Meet Your Makers - A Maker Showcase
26 Apr 2016 Arduino Basics
20 Apr 2016 MAxT Meetup: Project Night
15 Apr 2016 Laser Cutting 101
22 Mar 2016 Video for Business: THE Marketing Tool
16 Mar 2016 MAxT Meetup: Project Night
05 Feb 2016 Laser Party
01 Dec 2015 Smart Home Workshop
12 Nov 2015 Maker Stories pt. 3
11 Nov 2015 Building an Android App
21 Oct 2015 The Beer Workshop
19 Oct 2015 Building an Electric Guitar
14 Oct 2015 Maker Potluck and Open House
03 Oct 2015 Drone Flight Test
30 Sep 2015 Maker Stories pt. 2
24 Sep 2015 Arduino Club
23 Sep 2015 Fibula: Wire Pins
17 Sep 2015 Arduino Club
15 Sep 2015 Start-ups: 3 major mistakes they make, and how to avoid them
10 Sep 2015 Arduino Club
09 Sep 2015 Audio Recording Basics
03 Sep 2015 Intro to Arduino Pt. 2
02 Sep 2015 Maker Stories
27 Aug 2015 Intro to Arduino
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