What is a Makerspace?
|The Louisville Public Library Makerspace is a creative space where people can collaborate on projects and share tools they may not be able to afford on their own. It’s a great place to meet people and share knowledge.|
|Our Makerspace is a hub of DIY information and activity for learners of all ages who want hands-on experience with robotics, programming, recording equipment, and other sorts of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) tools. And it’s free!
Makerspaces and public libraries are natural partners. As a professor of library science recently put it, “We’re in the curiosity business!” Stop by your Makerspace and see where your curiosity leads you!
For a complete set of guidelines on usage of the Makerspace, please review the following:
Many thanks to these sponsors whose generous support has provided the equipment for your Library Makerspace.
- Stan and Ann Martin, Louisville
- Allstate Insurance, Davis Financial and Insurance Group
- Art 4 Moore
- Bracket Labs
- DELO (Downtown East Louisville)
- E&L Team, RE/MAX Alliance
- Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners
- Farmers Insurance, Mark Sovereign Agency
- Mike's Camera
- Space Science Institute, National Center for Interactive Learning
- Sparkfun Electronics
- Umpqua Feather Merchants