See below for the required Makerspace Activities Waiver - which must be downloaded, signed and uploaded into the Request a Maker Kit link.
Circuit tape, LEDs (no batteries provided).
Craft supplies, paracord, macrame cord, buckle, key ring, and/or more.
Drawing, painting and other mark making tools like pens, pencils, paint brushes, and/or more.
Paper - watercolor paper, graph paper, drawing paper, origami paper, and/or more.
Prompt list for inspiration and printed tutorials, if available.
Fall Kits are being packed for mailing. Fill out the Request a Maker Kit survey.
Kits are hand packed - sizes, amounts and colors vary.
Acrylic paint, rubbing alcohol, and other liquids
Acrylic or wood (laser cutting material)
Awl (for bookmaking a thumbtack could be used instead)
Containers for water
Furniture, a desk, table, board or other hard surface to work on
Hand tools (hammer, screw driver, drill, soldering irons, etc)
Masking tape, washi tape, or other tapes
Needles (embroidery, felting, sewing - may include tapestry needles which have dull points)
Reusable plastic painting palettes (a plastic or paper plate, egg carton, a piece of wax paper or plastic wrap could work)
Stickers, sticker paper, or vinyl
X-acto or precision cutting knives (use responsibly)
Vinyl cutters or weeding tools
Fall 2020 workshops will be online Fridays from 1:30-2:30pm.
Workshops are free and open to students, alumni, staff, faculty, and community members! Workshops will have different topics each week and if you cannot attend on Fridays - a Makerspace Workshop Recording will be emailed after! Past workshops and related step by step guides will also be able to be accessed after registration.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and attach pictures of your projects! Tag us on instagram: @csumb_makerspace What materials did you use? Share links that inspired you! Here is a YouTube video with tips on photographing your artwork or project using a smartphone.
Please remember to use common sense when engaging in any activity. Check manufacturers directions and safety protocols. Do not participate in the activity if you feel unsafe or uncomfortable or are unable to follow safe practices. Take responsibility for your own safety and actions. Your participation is at your own risk. No guarantee of results. Kits are intended for the requesting individual only. Please do not use kits to create products for sale. Small parts may be a choking hazard - keep away from small children or pets. All tutorials are modified for the Makerspace by CSUMB Makerspace Student Assistants in good faith and include the "inspired by" links. All links to outside organizations are non-affiliated and the views expressed are their own, not that of CSUMB or CSUMB Library Makerspace.