What is the maker movement? It's do-it-yourself, it's craft, it's hand-made, plus all the tools the 21st century can offer us. It's sewn, felted, rapid-prototyped, hewn, laser-cut, hand-finished and micro-chip controlled. It's an expression of the liberal arts at Bucknell — taking technology, culture, environment and aesthetics, and bringing it all together to create something of value uniquely your own.
The MakerSpaces at Bucknell are open to all faculty, staff, and students.
The 7th Street Studio is a creative workspace open to students, faculty and staff throughout the academic year. It consists of a studio as well as a MakerSpace annex. Together, these two areas are equipped with a wide range of traditional and modern tools.
The Maker-E is a creative space for learning about and working on electronics, programming, and similar projects. Located in room 111 of Dana Engineering, this MakerSpace is open to all students, faculty and staff throughout the academic year.
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