Makerspace Is Open To Students, Staff & Faculty.
Open 8:30 to 12:00 noon and 1:00pm to 4pm week days.
Make Things Better
We invite the Langara community to explore hands-on the opportunities for innovation within new tools and ideas,
and build upon the Makerspace ethos to Make Things Better.
We welcome the Langara community to explore innovation and build on the Makerspace ethos.
- Makerspace workshops are open to the Langara community, including students, staff and faculty.
- No previous experience is necessary to attend most workshops.
- The workshops are introductory only.
- Faculty are encouraged to come and learn how to integrate new technologies, and their use, into the curriculum they teach.
- To learn more about our Makerspace Workshops for 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC cutting and vinyl cutting, click on the button below…
WORKSHOP Info & Signup
Join us for two free “buildathon” events in Langara’s Makerspace
Assistive devices are in much needed demand in our diverse society and helping out is way easier than what you might think! Join us for two free “buildathon” events in Langara’s Makerspace March 10th and 20th . No experience necessary. More Info here >
Funded Partnership between Langara’s Applied Research Club and the Neil Squire Society
In partnership with and with funding from the Neil Squire Society Langara’s Applied Research Club and Langara’s Makerspace will be hosting two making events in March, and your invited! These events will draw on Neil Squires Makers Making Change program that connects community Makers with the Neil Squire community’s need for custom made assistive devices. You are invited to become part of this innovative solution. Stay Tuned, event details to follow. Makers Making Change Event In Partnership with the Neil Squire Society, Langara’s Applied Research club will be hosting events for the Langara community in March 2023. The Langara community […]
ARC funded Research – Case studies for value added textile upcycling and figurative ceramic scanning/plant-based resin printing
With Funding from Langara’s Applies Research Center Philip will be conducting two case studies with students from Langara and Colleagues from Emily Carr University (Justin Novak faculty in Ceramics and Illustration). For case study one, students will be hired to investigate the capacity of the Makerspace’s new Feltloom machine to transition denim and wool textile waste into usable yard goods. We hope to further partner with the City of Richmond in advancing their circularity goals. Stay Tuned! For case study two, students will be hired to investigate the digitization of Justin’s figurative ceramic work with out the Makerspace’s Space Spider […]