Creative Arts Committee

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Committees are voluntary groups, formed by members in order to achieve certain goals.
To join this committee, contact the committee chairperson. See Rules and Policies#Committees for more information.

Purpose

The Creative Arts Committee's responsibilities are to:

  • Maintain the order, organization, safety, cleanliness, and utility of the studio.
  • To foster and encourage a love and appreciation of using one's hands to create.
  • To provide demonstrations to the rest of the Makerspace on a recurring basis of basic crafting techniques including painting, sewing, leatherworking, silkscreen printing, dye sublimation, and more.
  • Curate a gallery of makerspace member artworks/creations hung on empty walls and doors throughout the makerspace.

Members

  • Nicole Franczvai (Committee Chair)
  • Raymond Cassady (Vice-chair)

How To Join

  1. Add your name (alphabetical by last name) to the "Members" section of this wiki page.

Discussion

Interest Groups

Fiber Arts - Spinning, weaving, etc...

Leather working

Tools

  • Sewing Machines
   Five Janome Sewing Machines
     Manual
   Babylock Computerized Embroidery/Sewing Machine
     Instruction and Reference Guide
     Quick Reference Guide
  • Button Making tools
  • Shapeko CNC mill
  • Letterpress
  • Laminator
   Letter size heat laminator
   24" cold laminator
  • 24" Wide Epson Color photo printer
  • Dye Sublimation Printing Equipment
  • Vinyl cutter/plotter
  • Computer with Adobe Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, ...)
  • Instructional Art & Craft Books
  • Polymer clay tools, oven, and some media ($4 donation per block of sculpty requested)==
  • Xyron 900 & Cartridges (.10 per inch donation requested)
  • Natural Air Dry Clay
  • Gel Pens
  • Various Xacto Knives
  • DIY Marbling
  • Scrapbooking (scissors, papers, stamps, embossing powders)
  • All make and manner of drawing media
  • Candle Making ($5-6 donation per candle is requested)
  • more to come I got tired of making a list