Art, Wine & Music, Fri 2/28, 5:30pm – 8:30pm

 

Painting, sculpting & musical fun continue!
Last week we passed around the paint brushes and an acoustic guitar, plus had a surprise visit from a few newcomers!

If you’re a procrastinator like me, let me assure you there is no pressure to this event – just come, hangout, and let your creativity flow :)

Thanks to a few members, we have an ‘easel’ to use now, in the form of a giant digitizer tablet – just make sure to use it for drawing and tempera only, as acrylics and oils would damage it.   The thing is huge!

Bring:

  • your favorite beverage,
  • your pot-luck meal and
  • your supplies

to:

Appleton Makerspace
121R N Douglas St Appleton WI 54914

map: http://appletonmakerspace.org/appleton-makerspace/

…  a $10 donation to help pay for utilities would be nice, if you have it laying around :)

If you’ve never painted before:   I have about 30 sponge brushes, a bunch of tempera paint, and we’ll cut paper off the roll.

Sharpening Workshop – Open to Public

Thursday January 9th at 7:30pm the Appleton Makerspace (powered by DHMN) is hosting a public workshop on sharpening graciously presented by our own Jason Snyder!

Learn the basics of how to safely and correctly sharpen things like:

Knives, razors, scissors, chisels, blades, or hatchets.

Discover the tools used in sharpening such as whetstones, files, and strops.

Already a seasoned sharpener? Share your knowledge at the workshop.

Tell your friends!

The last week in our current building

This week is our last week at our current location. This week is also one of the busiest weeks evar!

Thursday is an open-to-the public hack/make session. 6pm-9pm

Friday is a lunch meet-up at Mai’s Deli in Appleton, WI. ~11:30am-1:30pm

Saturday is 2013 Holiday Party(party-party)! 4pm

and . . . . . . . . . . .

Saturday is also MOVING DAY!!!!!1!  On Saturday Dec. 14th, the Appleton Makerspace is relocating to 121R N Douglas St Appleton, WI 54914. This new space will afford us the ability to use mess-producing machinery and much more space to produce much bigger projects and host much bigger community meet-ups.