MakeHaven Made During 2022 -- Show and Tell

Thursday, January 19, 2023 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Want to learn more about other make havens members an what they built in 2022? Here is a chance for the make haven community to come together!

 

This will be a casual meet and greet meetup open to anyone. We encourage MakeHaven members to bring examples or (digital images) of something they made this year. All types of making are welcome: hobby, prototype, concept, venture....

We will ask people share one at a time a very breif description of the process and tools they used. 

 

Please register to come share your Products/ Ventures or Projects, or just attend to see inspiring examples of projects you can build in 2023.

 

Instructor
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J.R. Logan

Instructor

Instructor Bio: 

J.R. is a cofounder and executive director of MakeHaven, a nonprofit makerspace and FabLab in New Haven, Connecticut.  J.R. has a history of nonprofit leadership at United Way, in New Haven he currently serves on the board of the Eli Whitney Museum and Elm City Innovation Collaborative. He has been involved in local environmental initiatives and is an advocate for urban river restoration and access. He has earned a master's degree in Public Affairs from the School and Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University with a focus on nonprofit management.

Instructor
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he/him
Real name: 
Jordon Rambert
Location: 

MakeHaven Main Space

The main makerspace and connected shops. This is located at 770 Chapel Street. Registered participants should ring the MakeHaven labeled doorbell. They will be directed down a long hallway, and down a set of stairs to our basement workshop.

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Accessibility

Our facilities undergo periodic reviews to maximize ADA compliance. We offer accessible bathrooms, elevators, and wide walkways. In tool usage, we aim for universal access and work individually to adapt tools for safe usage as necessary. If you anticipate needing an adaptation to participate in this event or have further questions, please contact us at events@makehaven.org.