The Makerspace at the Harris is a space to make and mend, improve and embellish, and have a go at contemporary craft or digital endeavours. It is a shared workshop and meeting point where art, technology, craft and design are invited to converge. Makers, fixperts, artists, ‘hackers’ and crafters of all kinds are invited to come along and get involved.
Look out for our exciting and varied events on the What’s On calendar and get involved with everything from dress making to drone hacking.
The space is also open for use by groups that are already up and running as well as those just starting out.
So why not book out the Makerspace for anything from knitting to coding and everything in between?
How to book
Individuals booking on sessions
Not all sessions require pre-booking but for those that do please visit the Harris Museum's Eventbrite page.
Groups and Organisations
If you are a pre-existing group or organisation which would like to book the space to run a session please also contact James Arnold.
- Telephone: 01772 905406
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 01772 905414