The first Makerspace event was wonderful fun! Students, faculty and staff participated in a rock painting event.
Makerspace is a place where students can create physical and digital items in a common workspace using shared resources and equipment. Makerspaces are meant to be a mechanism for encouraging students to explore and learn outside the classroom.
Once the rocks are sealed, keep an eye out for them on campus and across the city. Many thanks to those who participated, the library staff for their help and the Fine Arts Department for its sponsorship. There will be many more to come!
Submitted by: Yvonne K. Widenor visiting assistant professor and program director, art history