MakerspaceCT executive director Devra Sisitsky promoted Hartford Revitalization and gave a sneak peek of what’s in store at our 20,000+ space at two recent events.
MakerspaceCT Hosts The Connecticut Library Consortium
Last week, we gave librarians (and fellow makers) from across the state a sneak peek at the buildout of our 20,000+ square foot space.
All were impressed and excited about what we have in store.
Thanks, @MakerspaceCT for giving the @CLCct Makers/librarians a sneak peek at the 20,000 sq. ft. commercial quality makerspace you’re building in Hartford to, “….lift up individuals & communities”—Love your vision & your innovative space! pic.twitter.com/X10QdFVPBB
— Carrie Seiden (@lovealibrary) September 20, 2018
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Today we toured the future @makerspacect on Main Street in Hartford. It is a 20,000 sf space for makers of all sorts, and will include equipment such as 3D printers and laser engravers and much, much more. We were impressed and are looking forward to what is to come. Innovators welcome!
Executive Director Devra Sisitsky presents to Greater Hartford BOMA
Changes are happening in Hartford, you can see them throughout the City! And now with MakerspaceCT moving into the old G. Fox building and joining the Hartford community, there will be even more changes happening to the buildings themselves.
MakerspaceCT executive director Devra Sisitsky joined Jamie Brätt, Deputy Director of Development Services for the City of Hartford, for a presentation to the group on the many revitalization efforts happening in Hartford.
Our own John Harris was also on-hand to demo one of our 3D printers.
Our #3Dprinting guru John Harris doing demo at "Revitalizing Hartford" event today, presented by The BOMA Greater Hartford Chapter#makerspace #hartford #EconomicGrowth #hartfordhasit #ct #makers #Connecticut #3dprinters #makerspaces #3dprint pic.twitter.com/z9aRxZ65ae
— MakerspaceCT (@MakerspaceCT) September 18, 2018