Upcoming classes and events

    • 10/13/2019
    • 12/15/2019
    • 10 sessions
    • Computer lab, Fiber Arts, Machine Shop Walk way @ 180studios

    Vex Robotics (Closed Meeting)


    Vex Robotics meets Every Sunday.  This is a closed meeting and not open for registration.

    • 10/15/2019
    • 5:30 PM
    • 12/19/2019
    • 8:30 PM
    • Fiber Arts & Outdoor covered area @180Studios

    CTE Adult Construction Class.

    This is a class put on by CTE and will occupy a few rooms at 180 Studios Makerspace during the course length.  Course length is 8 weeks.

    Rooms that may be occupied include Fiber Arts and outdoor covered area.



    • 12/03/2019
    • 01/14/2020
    • 5 sessions
    • Jewelry Lab @ 180Studios
    • 1
    Register



    180 Studios is bringing jewelry making back this December with our newest teacher Nancy Wintrup.

    This is a class in beginning technical jewelry fabrication. Learn proper filing and sawing techniques. Master the use of the flex shaft; do soldering and torch work.
    We will be working with brass, bronze, copper and some sterling silver, learning to construct a ring, a pendant and more.
    Feel free to bring in your personal projects which we will address as time permits

    This series has 5 total classes, with 3 classes in December and 2 in January due to Holiday Schedules.  By the 3rd week students in this class should be able to work on their own projects in the jewelry lab outside of class just in time for the holidays.

    Price:

    Member: $220

    Non-Member: $275

    This class requires a minimum of 2 Students to fill, and a max occupancy of 4.

    Teacher Bio:

    Nancy Wintrup received a BFA from Kent State University, Ohio.
    Upon moving to San Francisco, through IJWU Local 36, (that's the International Jewelry Workers Union) she apprenticed at Van Wormer & Rodrigues Jewelry Manufacturers, earning her Journeymanship there.
    She opened her own studio, N J Wintrup, in 1981, at the Phelan Bldg. in San Francisco, as a repair and restoration jeweler to the trades. It was in operation for 32 years.
    She began teaching at a Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts in 1999, along with operating her studio, and was an instructor there for 18 years, until it's closure in December, 2017.
    Nancy earned her fourth level masters and is a Certified JA Master Jeweler.
    She has done extensive tool testing for DRT, Del Rey Tools, a newly formed wholesale jewelry tool & supply company out of LA, whose products are carried by companies such as Rio Grande.
    She now teaches workshop classes, gives private project specific instruction, and works on a variety of jobs at her bench.




    • 12/05/2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Fiber Arts Room @ 180 Studios
    • 12
    Register




    Get into the holiday spirit and make some personalized cards to send out to your loved ones! Learn about the materials and techniques used to make one of a kind cards, which can also be applied to many other paper crafting projects such as scrapbooking or art journaling. We have a large selection of festive papers, embellishments, pens, markers, stamps, ink pads, ribbons, embossing folders and powders, and necessary tools.

    Wish you had a die cutter to cut out intricate shapes and designs? We have something better: a laser cutter! Though there won’t be time to cut individual pieces, we will have pre cut pieces to use on your cards that just might inspire you to take the “Intro to Lasers” class.   

    Depending on the intricacies of your chosen design you can make 1 – 8 cards. Want to make more cards than a 2 hour workshop allows? Become a member to use all the studio materials on your own schedule. Already a member? Come on down!

    Want to make a card for a different occasion? We can do that too! We have plenty of materials for everyone, but feel free to bring your own if you prefer.Have a design in mind and want to see if we have the materials? Send us a picture and we’ll let you know. With enough notice we can probably get it for you too.  

    Looking for other holiday crafting opportunities? Look for the following classes coming in December:

    • Introduction to Sewing: Holiday Stocking

    • Beads! Intro to Wire Looping: Holiday Earrings

    • Holiday Ornaments Social

    • Holiday Gift Wrapping Social

      Want to keep up with fiber arts and other crafts at 180 studios? Check out our calendar here:  Fiber Arts and Other Crafts Google Calendar  Save it to your phone’s home screen like an app to keep it at your fingertips!  (Note: this is a fiber arts ONLY calendar, find the calendar for all other events at 180 studios here).

    Email Jessica@180studios.org with any questions, comments, or special requests. You can also find her in studio on Monday’s 2:00pm-6:00pm, or by appointment.

    Price:

    Non Members: $15

    Members: $10

    Bring a friend for $5!!!!!!!!!!  Just add them as a guest during your online or in person registration.


    Facilitator Bio:

    Jessica Teem is the creative director of the Fiber Arts (and other crafts) room. A life long lover of the creative process Jessica has worked with many mediums becoming a Jane of many trades and master of non.  More than creating for herself, Jessica enjoys helping others bring the objects of their imagination to life. You can find her managing materials, facilitating workshops, being a sounding board and strategist for other creatives, or just offering enthusiasm. Email her with your ideas, hopes, dreams, inspirations, or just to say hi. Email her. She likes emails!



    • 12/07/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • FabLab @180 Studios 150 Todd Rd Santa Rosa CA 95407
    • 1
    Register



    3D Printing Basics

    The class includes an overview of Fused Disposition Manufacturing (FDM) 3D Printing. Slicing object files using Ultimaker Cura will be demonstrated along with the basic settings and how to position objects within the print area. The class will provide hands on training for operating the Ender-3 3D printer. 

    No files necessary. Packing a lunch is suggested.

    Price: 

    Member $48

    Non-Member $60

    Class minimum must be meet one week before class start date.

    About the Instructor:

    Dr. Andy Cohen has over 28 years working for Fortune 100 companies as a Systems Engineer, Engineering Manager and Project Manager. While at these companies he employed versions of additive manufacturing for developing detailed prototypes for the Telecommunications, Defense and Aerospace industries. Prior to retirement Andy was the owner  and operator of eStuff+ and Sonoma County 3DPrinting. Andy is currently the Producer and Co-host of the 3D Printing Today, currently the most listened to 3D Printing podcast.


    • 12/07/2019
    • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Fiber Arts Room at 180 Studios
    • 1
    Register



    Introduction to Sewing: Holiday Stocking

    Saturday December 7th 12:00-3:00pm

    Member price: $30

    Non-member price $36

    Bring a friend or family member for only $20! Just add them as a guest during your online or in person registration.

    Does your Holiday décor need a new look? Looking for a fun group activity? Come make a stocking!

    In the process of making the stocking we will be covering basic sewing terminology, pattern reading, simple construction techniques and sewing machine basics. By the end of the class you will have one completed stocking. Not a member and want to make more? Ask about a membership to come use the space, equipment and materials on your own time. With your new skills you will have an introductory skill level and will be able to select a pattern, shop for materials, and complete other projects on your own.

    We have the materials pictured which are included in the price, but you are welcome to bring your own if you prefer. Contact Jessica@180studios.org for fabric type and amount needed, or any other questions. 




    • 12/07/2019
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Details to Come

    • 12/08/2019
    • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Weld Shop @180Studios
    • 4
    Register

    180 Studios presents a new type of welding class.  Tig welding brought to you by Virginia Harrison.  In this class you will learn the basics of tig welding, from welding 2 pieces of metal together.  Practicing angle welds, and grinding.

    One of the greatest advantages of TIG welding is the amount of control it allows. A welder can control heat and amperage with precision using a foot or thumb remote control switch. The TIG welder is thin, which adds to the control a welder with excellent dexterity can have over the process.

    Great for art or industrial applications.

    No welding experience necessary, this can be your starting point into the world of welding.

    Price:

    Member $108

    Non-Member $135

    Companion Classes:

    Tig 2 Coming soon

    Tig Project class Coming Soon


    Teacher Bio:

    Virginia Harrison grew up in Colorado and moved with her husband and children to Sonoma County in 1979. She worked for Bagley and Hotchkiss Jewelers for 4 years as a finisher and stone setter, as well as fabricating her own designs. She completed the welding course at Santa Rosa Junior College and received her BFA at Sonoma State University. Working at Bronze Plus Foundry for 13 years she specialized in welding, chasing and casting. During that time, she created Memory Markers Custom Bronze Plaques and Woven Bronze Studios. Her sculptures have been shown throughout the US and Europe and she is excited to share her knowledge of welding and sculpting at the 180 Studios.


    Check out Virginia's work on her website.

    www.wovenbronze.com






    • 12/08/2019
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Computer Lab @ 180 Studios
    • 12
    Register




    Computer Skills for Beginers

    Description of Class:  Do you describe yourself as a “non-tech” person?  Feeling steamrolled by all the new changes in technology?  I can answer any questions you’ve been too embarrassed to ask your younger relatives.  This class will be rock-bottom basics, and assume you have had little to no experience with a computer.


    Bring in your devices, and at the end of the class I will have a Q&A where I teach you how to use them.


    What skills & tools will student learn:

    • How to use a mouse

    • How to use a keyboard

    • Browsing the internet

    • Setting up email

    • Using your mobile device

    • Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, and other social media

    • Installing and uninstalling new programs

    • Fixing common computer problems


    Teacher Biography: Web Links?

    www.IHDNsoftwaredevelopment.com

    Tyler Suard is a software engineer specializing in machine learning.  He currently works for a data catalog company in San Francisco, but lives in Napa.



    • 12/11/2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Register



    VOLUNTEER MEETING WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11- 6-7

    Please attend this meeting, there will be a lot to go over and there will be pizza!!!


    • 12/11/2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • 150 Todd Road suite 100
    • 5
    Register


    Class Description: This is a 2nd-level class, for members who are already using the BOSS/GWEIKE Laser. If you’re not a monthly member, you can still sign-up if you’re using a multi-visit pack. Learn how to prepare your files & the proper engraving techniques. Glass & Metal require different settings than typical engraving of Wood & Acrylic. The Rotary Attachment will also be taught, so you can start engraving cylindrical objects after taking this class. LightBurn software will be used throughout the class, with 10min hands-on time for each student.


    Prerequisites
    Intro to Laser class 
    Students must be 16+.
    If you haven’t taken the "Intro to Laser" class, then please wait to sign-up until after you’ve completed that class, and booked at least 1-2 sessions yourself on the lasers so far, to be familiar with the software + process. This class will be a bit shorter & progress quicker, than the Intro Laser class. Each of the 2~6 students will have a chance to engrave rotary + metal samples. Come prepared with a sample image or idea to etch--some familiarity with LightBurn or other vector design software is helpful, but not required.

    Materials: (OPTIONAL): Bring your own round, glass bottle or pint glass; if you’d like to take home a glass engraved sample. A small metal marked keychain will be included as the other example take-away.

    Class Minimum: This class will not run with fewer than 2 students. 

    Class Maximum: 6 students

    Teacher Bio:
    Chad Lent is a maker from the Bay Area who applies his fabrication skills to concepts inspired by travel, community, science & music. Working independently as well as collaboratively, his goal is to create more art for the future. Chad’s been designing products using his laser cutter for the past 8 years and launched a collective of laser artists in the East Bay, soon after learning the skills from the TechShop in SF. Check out this page for more info on Chad’s projectsfacebook.com/IndieLaserCollective


    • 12/12/2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Fiber Arts Room @ 180 Studios
    • 15
    Register




    Holiday Ornaments Social

    Thursday December 12th 6:00-8:00pm

    Come play with endless supplies to create some one-of-a-kind holiday ornaments. We have countless festive papers, buttons, beads, ribbons, decoupage, corks, bells, fabric, wooden spools, and more. We even have enough supplies to make garland! Or bring some meaningful items from home and we can help you design an ornament. Ideas include vintage jewelry, personal memento, puzzle or game pieces, Christmas sweaters, small metal objects, old tools, etc. — the possibilities are endless! Wondering if your item is a good fit for an ornament? Send us a picture and your idea and we’ll let you know. We will have some examples we made on hand. Pictured are some inspirational photos found on the web.

    This is a casual, social, environment with no formal group instruction, but we are available to answer any questions of materials or techniques you might have. Let your imagination run wild! 

    Finger food and drinks will be provided 

    Note: as the weather gets colder we suggest dressing in layers as our room can get chilly. 

    Looking for other holiday crafting opportunities? Look for the following classes coming in December:

    • Introduction to Sewing: Holiday Stocking

    • Beads! Intro to Wire Looping: Holiday Earrings

    • Holiday Ornaments Social

    • Holiday Gift Wrapping Social

    • Holiday Creations Extravaganza! 

    Want to keep up with fiber arts and other crafts at 180 studios? Check out our calendar here:  Fiber Arts and Other Crafts Google Calendar  Save it to your phone’s home screen like an app to keep it at your fingertips!  (Note: this is a fiber arts ONLY calendar, find the calendar for all other events at 180 studios here).

    Email Jessica@180studios.org with any questions, comments, or special requests. You can also find her in studio on Monday’s 2:00pm-6:00pm, or by appointment.

    Price: 

    Non Member $20

    Member: $10

    Bring a friend for $5 (Just add them as a guest online or in person)


    Facilitator Bio:

    Jessica Teem is the creative director of the Fiber Arts (and other crafts) room. A life long lover of the creative process Jessica has worked with many mediums becoming a Jane of many trades, but master of some. More than creating for herself, Jessica enjoys helping others bring the objects of their imagination to life. You can find her managing materials, facilitating workshops, being a sounding board and strategist for other creatives, or just offering enthusiasm. Email her with your ideas, hopes, dreams, inspirations, or just to say hi. Email her. She likes emails. 








    • 12/12/2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • CoWorking Area @180Studios
    • 3
    Register

     


    Project office hours with woodcarving instructor Carleen Weirauch the second Thursday of each month from 6:00PM-8:30PM. This is an opportunity to bring in a woodcarving project you are working on from a previous class or a project of your own. Carleen will be available to offer advice and assistance as needed. This is NOT A CLASS but a casual open carving session.

    Space is limited so please RSVP so we can set up a carving station for you.

    * A limited number carving tools will be provided by 180 Studios for this open carving session but if you have some of your own feel free to bring them with you. 

    Price: FREE!


    Companion Classes:

    Teacher Biography:

    Carleen Weirauch apprenticed as a wood carver at Reed Bros. Furniture in Sebastopol in the `90s where she stayed on to carve furniture backs, headboards, chair rails etc. under the direction of Master carvers Duncan Reed, Jason Todd and Paul Hampton; all students of Alfred Durney. Alfred Durney was an apprentice of Charles Marshall Sayres, who led the Carmel, California School Of Woodcarving in the `20s that combined Spanish designs found in local monasteries with other European designs. 

    Carleen’s current work is all deeply informed by her traditional wood carving background. She continues to carve custom wood signs and fabricates sculptural pieces out of a broad range of mediums for props, commercial displays and exhibits. 

    Carleen is also a volunteer here at 180 Studios. You can find her here on Fridays (new shift change!) from 6-10 PM if you have any questions regarding this upcoming event. You can also email her: carleen@180studios.org

     




    • 12/14/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • 180 Studios 150 Todd Rd Santa Rosa CA 95407
    • 4
    Register

    3D Printing Intermediate

    This class focuses on how to design an object for optimal production using a 3D printer.  The class includes overviews of Cura, Blender, 3D-Coat, Fusion360 and Meshmixer. Skills taught include optimal use of break away supports,  dividing an object into multiple parts, the effect of shells Vs infill percentages, etc. The class includes a hands-on workshop using the Ender-3 3D printer.

    Price: 

    Member:$48

    Non-Member: $60

    Class size minimum must be reached 1 week before class start date. 

    About the Instructor:

    Dr. Andy Cohen has over 28 years working for Fortune 100 companies as a Systems Engineer, Engineering Manager and Project Manager. While at these companies he employed versions of additive manufacturing for developing detailed prototypes for the Telecommunications, Defense and Aerospace industries. Prior to retirement Andy was the owner  and operator of eStuff+ and Sonoma County 3DPrinting. Andy is currently the Producer and Co-host of the 3D Printing Today, currently the most listened to 3D Printing podcast.



    • 12/14/2019
    • 12/15/2019
    • 2 sessions
    • 150 Todd Rd Santa Rosa, CA 95407
    • 10
    Register


    Intro to Woodshop with Judi

    Do you love the smell of sawdust? Have you always wanted to work with wood but not quite sure where to start? Well we have a class for you! We will begin by covering the operation and safety of basic power tools in the woodshop - chop saw, jointer, planer, table saw, band saw, drill press, and sanding equipment.

    You will make a simple cutting board in a safe, fun, and low-pressure environment. Come join us to experience all the pleasures of working with wood.

    The price of your ticket includes two dates and a $20.00 materials fee

    Class Dates:


    Price:

    Members: $156

    Non-members: $195

    Please contact the instructor Judi Garland if you have any concerns or questions about the class. judi@180studios.org


    • 12/14/2019
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 180 Studios 150 Todd Rd Suite 100
    • 5
    Register

    This 4 hour class is a great introduction the wonderful craft of welding and metal work. This class will help individuals learn to safely join two pieces of metal using MIG, one of the more popular welding techniques. The goal is to take the intimidation factor away and help individuals learn the basics of a valuable and exciting skillset. After a basic introduction to safety, the metal shop and its tools, and Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding, as well as fabrication processes, students may create a small metal sculpture to take home.

    Students will learn the basics to safely use the metal shop. It is designed to take the intimidation factor out of metal work, while teaching the proper safety and respect for the art and craft of welding and metalworking. By the end you will know what PPE means and you will learn how to MIG Weld! In addition students will gain experience on other common metal shop tools, such as chop saws, band saw, angle grinders, bench grinders, and you will know how to use them all safely.

    What To Bring: Close-Toed leather or canvas shoes. Long pants of cotton bases material, i.e. Denim or canvas or 100% cotton. No leggings or shorts please.

    Price

    Member $108

    Non-Member $135

    Companion Classes:

    Tig Welding with Virginia 1 & 2

    Mig Welding project class coming soon.

    Class price includes a $10 materials fee.

    Martin Gilbertson: Graduated from Sonoma State with a BA in studio art with a focus on sculpture art and printmaking. He uses several mediums in his art including steel, wood, bronze, paper, glass, and is currently learning the Art of Neon in hopes to utilize that in his upcoming work. He joined the Studio 180 family recently and is excited to be able to work with, and collaborate with other to create fun and amazing art projects, and also pass along the “tricks of the trades” that he has learned and picked up along the way.


    • 12/15/2019
    • 07/18/2021
    • 20 sessions
    • Fiber Arts & Crafts room @180Studios
    Register

    Fiber Arts and Crafts Meetup

    Tired of crafting alone? Need more space? Bring your project over and work with us, share ideas, techniques and inspire each other for this casual event! We welcome all things creative! From sewing and other fiber arts, to beading, scrapbooking, card making, other paper crafting, and everything in between.

    We have a variety of inspiring materials to play with. We also have 5 sewing machines and 2 sergers available, or bring your own. Need more space to cut fabric? We have an extra large cutting table and plenty of space to sprawl out to make room for everyone AND their projects.

    Everyone is welcome! Open to the public as well as 180 studios members. This is a casual event with no formal instruction. Drop in anytime between 10:00am and 1:00pm.

    Price:

    Members/Volunteers/Instructors: FREE

    Non-Members: $5 suggested donation (not required)

    Interested but can’t make it? No problem, we meet every third Sunday of the month. 

    Consider becoming a member and having everyday be open studio! 

    Or, sign up for one of our classes. Visit our google calendar  Fiber Arts and Other Crafts Google Calendar  Save it to your phone’s home screen like an app to keep it at your fingertips!  (Note: this is a fiber arts ONLY calendar, find the calendar for all other events at 180 studios here).

    Facilitator Bio:

    Jessica Teem is the creative director of the Fiber Arts (and other crafts) room. A life long lover of the creative process Jessica has worked with many mediums becoming a Jane of many trades, but master of some. More than creating for herself, Jessica enjoys helping others bring the objects of their imagination to life. You can find her managing materials, facilitating workshops, being a sounding board and strategist for other creatives, or just offering enthusiasm. Email her with your ideas, hopes, dreams, inspirations, or just to say hi. Email her. She likes emails. 

    Email Jessica@180studios.org with any questions, comments, or special requests. You can also find her in studio on Monday’s 2:00pm-6:00pm, or by appointment







    • 12/17/2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 180 Studios 150 Todd Rd Santa Rosa CA 95407
    • 6
    Register


    Class Schedule: This is a 1.5 hour class held at least once a month.

    Class Description: Learn how to use  the 180 Studios Lasers, to cut or etch wood, plastics, papers or textiles. Gain a solid understanding of what the machine can do and learn how to upload a file, run a cut, and an engrave job. This class will cover the basics so that you will be able to operate either the BOSS (60watt) or GWEIKE (80watt) Laser equipment unsupervised and in a safe and courteous manner.

    The first half of the class will cover some laser cutting basics, safety, and operational procedure. The second half is more hands-on in that you will be guided through cutting and engraving some fun shapes and designs out of wood to take home. Members who take this class will be certified to use both Lasers.

    Prerequisites: Students must be 18+, or accompanied by an adult. While it’s not mandatory, we encourage students to have some experience with Vector design software (such as Illustrator, or Inkscape), but it is not necessary. You will learn the basics of our LightBurn software by the end of the session.

    Materials: Bring something to take notes on! Class Minimum: This class will not run with fewer than 3 students.

    Teacher Bio:

    Chad Lent is a maker from the Bay Area who applies his fabrication skills to concepts inspired by travel, community, science & music. Working independently as well as collaboratively, his goal is to create more art for the future. Chad’s been designing products using his laser cutter for the past 8 years and launched a collective of laser artists in the East Bay, soon after learning the skills from the TechShop in SF. Check out this page for more info on Chad’s projects: facebook.com/IndieLaserCollective


    • 12/18/2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Fiber Arts Room & Art Gallery
    Register


    • 12/20/2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Fiber Arts Room @ 180 Studios
    • 15
    Register



    Holiday Gift Wrapping Social

    Friday  December 20th 6:00-8:00pm

    Bring your gifts that need to be wrapped and utilize the extra space here at 180 Studios — away from prying eyes! We will have brown and white kraft (butcher) paper along with some ribbon, stamps, and embellishments to create your own one of a kind wrapping paper. We will also have festive paper to make your own gift tags. Pictured are some inspirational nail photos from the web.

    Or, bring your own paper and enjoy the party!

    This is a casual, social, environment with no formal group instruction, but we are available to answer any questions of materials or techniques you might have. Let your imagination run wild! 

    Finger food and drinks will be provided 

    Note: as the weather gets colder we suggest dressing in layers as our room can get chilly. 

    Looking for other holiday crafting opportunities? Look for the following classes coming in December:

    • Introduction to Sewing: Holiday Stocking

    • Beads! Intro to Wire Looping: Holiday Earrings

    • Holiday Ornaments Social

    • Holiday Creations Extravaganza! 

    Want to keep up with fiber arts and other crafts at 180 studios? Check out our calendar here:  Fiber Arts and Other Crafts Google Calendar  Save it to your phone’s home screen like an app to keep it at your fingertips!  (Note: this is a fiber arts ONLY calendar, find the calendar for all other events at 180 studios here).

    Email Jessica@180studios.org with any questions, comments, or special requests. You can also find her in studio on Monday’s 2:00pm-6:00pm, or by appointment.

    Price: 

    Non Member $15

    Member: $8

    Bring a friend for $5 (Just add them as a guest online or in person)

    Facilitator Bio:

    Jessica Teem is the creative director of the Fiber Arts (and other crafts) room. A life long lover of the creative process Jessica has worked with many mediums becoming a Jane of many trades, but master of some. More than creating for herself, Jessica enjoys helping others bring the objects of their imagination to life. You can find her managing materials, facilitating workshops, being a sounding board and strategist for other creatives, or just offering enthusiasm. Email her with your ideas, hopes, dreams, inspirations, or just to say hi. Email her. She likes emails. 




    • 12/21/2019
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Computer Lab @180Studios
    • 10
    Register



    Python Coding Language Intro

    Description of Class:  Python is one of the most in-demand coding languages in the tech world, and it’s especially useful for data and Artificial Intelligence programs.  Come and learn the basics of this awesome general-purpose coding language, and impress your friends with your new coding skills. This course will take you through the basics of using Python, from installation, to using commands, to downloading and installing new packages, as well as playing with some fun AI tools for recognizing images.


    What skills & tools will student learn:

    • What is Python?

    • How to install Python

    • What is pip?

    • The Command Line

    • Writing your first Python program

    • How to use a code-writing program (IDE)

    • Writing your first AI program for object detection

    • Parsing string results

    • Making functions

    • Choosing variables

    • Data Types: String, Boolean, Integer, Float

    • What Github is and how to use it

    • How to download fun packages and projects

    • Importing modules

    • Free and fun resources for learning more!

    Price:

    Member: $40

    Non-Member: $50


    Teacher Bio:

    www.ihdnsoftwaredevelopment.com

    Tyler Suard is a software engineer specializing in machine learning.  He currently works for a data catalog company in San Francisco, but lives in Napa.






    • 12/22/2019
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Computer Lab @ 180 Studios
    • 8
    Registration is closed



    Description of Class:  Always wondered what a Raspberry Pi is?  Interested in learning more about Artificial Intelligence?  Come learn how to use the cheap, small, and powerful computer to run AI programs and detect objects.  We will be learning how to set up the Raspberry Pi, and after a brief exploration of its features, we will use a computer vision model.

    What skills & tools will student learn:

    -How to install and set up a Raspberry Pi

    -How to use a computer vision model

    -How to use Raspberry Pi GPIO’s for robotics projects

    What will student leave with? (Final product)

    Raspberry Pi starter kit, including camera

    Knowledge of how to set up a Raspberry Pi

    Knowledge of how to construct and use a custom computer vision model

    Knowledge of how to access and use the GPIO pins on a Raspberry Pi


    Price:

    Member ($40+$75 kit) = $115

    Non-Member ($50+$75 kit) = $125


    Class registration will be through December 10th as ordering kits take several business days.  No refunds.


    Teacher Biography: 

    www.IHDNsoftwaredevelopment.com

    Tyler Suard is a software engineer specializing in machine learning.  He currently works for a data catalog company in San Francisco, but lives in Napa

    • 01/02/2020
    • 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • CoWorking Area @180Studios
    • 6
    Register

     


    Learn the art of traditional wood carving. This class will be lead by woodcarver/sculptor Carleen Weirauch. In this Intro to Wood Carving - CLASS 1, students will learn the fundamental steps to carve a relief, classically inspired design. Carleen will demonstrate step-by-step, the basics of wood carving with full size hand tools and offer individual tips and instruction to each student as needed. By the end of the class students will have a hand carved panel that can be hung on a wall or incorporated into future projects here at 180 Studios. This class is a great introduction for woodworkers of all skill levels to incorporate this ancient skill set into their projects. Previous students are welcome to repeat this class.

    Wood carving basic skills you will learn:

    1) tool safety

    2) tool identification and hand hold positions

    3) securing your wood to a work surface to safely carve

    4) transferring designs from paper onto wood

    5) carving safely with a v-chisel (parting tool) and an assortment of curved gouges. In this class we will be carving with intermediate and full size 8”-11” long handled carving tools. 

    6) Introduction to basic carving strategies and techniques

    Tools will be provided by 180 Studios for the class but if you have some of your own full size carving tools feel free to bring them with you. 

    A 30 minute lunch break will be offered midway.  You can either brown bag a lunch, use our kitchen, or have food delivered. 

    Price: 

    Member $80

    Non-Member $100 


    Companion Classes:

    CLASS 1 is recommended for students interested in taking CLASS #2 but it is NOT mandatory. The carving lessons for Class 2 will rotate (ie Lettering, Scrolls, Leaves etc.) See each class listing description for details.


    Teacher Biography:

    Carleen Weirauch apprenticed as a wood carver at Reed Bros. Furniture in Sebastopol in the `90s where she stayed on to carve furniture backs, headboards, chair rails etc. under the direction of Master carvers Duncan Reed, Jason Todd and Paul Hampton; all students of Alfred Durney. Alfred Durney was an apprentice of Charles Marshall Sayres, who led the Carmel, California School Of Woodcarving in the `20s that combined Spanish designs found in local monasteries with other European designs. 

    Carleen’s current work is all deeply informed by her traditional wood carving background. She continues to carve custom wood signs and fabricates sculptural pieces out of a broad range of mediums for props, commercial displays and exhibits. 

    Carleen is also a volunteer here at 180 Studios. You can find her here on Fridays from 6-10 PM if you have any questions regarding this upcoming class. You can also email her: carleen@180studios.org

     




    • 01/04/2020
    • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Weld Shop @180Studios
    • 4
    Register

    180 Studios presents a new type of welding class.  Tig welding brought to you by Virginia Harrison.  In this class you will learn the basics of tig welding, from welding 2 pieces of metal together.  Practicing angle welds, and grinding.

    One of the greatest advantages of TIG welding is the amount of control it allows. A welder can control heat and amperage with precision using a foot or thumb remote control switch. The TIG welder is thin, which adds to the control a welder with excellent dexterity can have over the process.

    Great for art or industrial applications.

    No welding experience necessary, this can be your starting point into the world of welding.

    Price:

    Member $108

    Non-Member $135

    Companion Classes:

    Intro to Mig with Martin: 


    Teacher Bio:

    Virginia Harrison grew up in Colorado and moved with her husband and children to Sonoma County in 1979. She worked for Bagley and Hotchkiss Jewelers for 4 years as a finisher and stone setter, as well as fabricating her own designs. She completed the welding course at Santa Rosa Junior College and received her BFA at Sonoma State University. Working at Bronze Plus Foundry for 13 years she specialized in welding, chasing and casting. During that time, she created Memory Markers Custom Bronze Plaques and Woven Bronze Studios. Her sculptures have been shown throughout the US and Europe and she is excited to share her knowledge of welding and sculpting at the 180 Studios.


    Check out Virginia's work on her website.

    www.wovenbronze.com






    • 01/09/2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • CoWorking Area @180Studios
    • 6
    Register

     


    Project office hours with woodcarving instructor Carleen Weirauch the second Thursday of each month from 6:00PM-8:30PM. This is an opportunity to bring in a woodcarving project you are working on from a previous class or a project of your own. Carleen will be available to offer advice and assistance as needed. This is NOT A CLASS but a casual open carving session.

    Space is limited so please RSVP so we can set up enough carving stations.

    * A limited number carving tools will be provided by 180 Studios for this open carving session but if you have some of your own feel free to bring them with you. 

    Price: FREE!


    Companion Classes:


    Teacher Biography:

    Carleen Weirauch apprenticed as a wood carver at Reed Bros. Furniture in Sebastopol in the `90s where she stayed on to carve furniture backs, headboards, chair rails etc. under the direction of Master carvers Duncan Reed, Jason Todd and Paul Hampton; all students of Alfred Durney. Alfred Durney was an apprentice of Charles Marshall Sayres, who led the Carmel, California School Of Woodcarving in the `20s that combined Spanish designs found in local monasteries with other European designs. 

    Carleen’s current work is all deeply informed by her traditional wood carving background. She continues to carve custom wood signs and fabricates sculptural pieces out of a broad range of mediums for props, commercial displays and exhibits. 

    Carleen is also a volunteer here at 180 Studios. You can find her here on Fridays from 6-10 PM if you have any questions regarding this upcoming event. You can also email her: carleen@180studios.org

     




    • 01/11/2020
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 180 Studios 150 Todd Rd Suite 100
    • 6
    Register

    This 4 hour class is a great introduction the wonderful craft of welding and metal work. This class will help individuals learn to safely join two pieces of metal using MIG, one of the more popular welding techniques. The goal is to take the intimidation factor away and help individuals learn the basics of a valuable and exciting skillset. After a basic introduction to safety, the metal shop and its tools, and Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding, as well as fabrication processes, students may create a small metal sculpture to take home.

    Students will learn the basics to safely use the metal shop. It is designed to take the intimidation factor out of metal work, while teaching the proper safety and respect for the art and craft of welding and metalworking. By the end you will know what PPE means and you will learn how to MIG Weld! In addition students will gain experience on other common metal shop tools, such as chop saws, band saw, angle grinders, bench grinders, and you will know how to use them all safely.

    What To Bring: Close-Toed leather or canvas shoes. Long pants of cotton bases material, i.e. Denim or canvas or 100% cotton. No leggings or shorts please.

    Price

    Member $108

    Non-Member $135

    Companion Classes:

    Tig Welding with Virginia 

    Class price includes a $10 materials fee.

    Martin Gilbertson: Graduated from Sonoma State with a BA in studio art with a focus on sculpture art and printmaking. He uses several mediums in his art including steel, wood, bronze, paper, glass, and is currently learning the Art of Neon in hopes to utilize that in his upcoming work. He joined the Studio 180 family recently and is excited to be able to work with, and collaborate with other to create fun and amazing art projects, and also pass along the “tricks of the trades” that he has learned and picked up along the way.


    • 01/12/2020
    • 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • CoWorking Area @180Studios
    • 4
    Register

     


    Woodcarving #2 - Lettering

    Learn the art of traditional wood carving! This class will be lead by woodcarver/sculptor Carleen Weirauch. The lesson for this class will be on practical incised and relief lettering techniques. Carleen will demonstrate step-by-step with full size hand tools and offer individual tips and instruction to each student as needed. By the end of the class students will have a hand carved panel that can be hung on a wall or incorporated into future projects here at 180 Studios. 

    This class offers woodworkers of all skill levels, techniques to embellish and personalize their projects with this ancient skill set. It is recommended that students first take Class 1 Relief Basics or have some carving experience before taking this class.

    Wood carving basic skills you will learn:

    1. Identifying suitable lettering styles for your project and wood type.
    2. Transferring lettering designs onto wood.
    3. Basic carving strategies and techniques for lettering.
    • Tools will be provided by 180 Studios for the class but if you have some of your own full size carving tools feel free to bring them with you.
    • A 30 minute lunch break will be offered midway.You can either brown bag a lunch, use our kitchen, or have food delivered. 

    Price: 

    Member $80

    Non-Member $100 


    COMPANION CLASSES:

    • Teacher Biography:

      Carleen Weirauch apprenticed as a wood carver at Reed Bros. Furniture in Sebastopol in the `90s where she stayed on to carve furniture backs, headboards, chair rails etc. under the direction of Master carvers Duncan Reed, Jason Todd and Paul Hampton; all students of Alfred Durney. Alfred Durney was an apprentice of Charles Marshall Sayres, who led the Carmel, California School Of Woodcarving in the `20s that combined Spanish designs found in local monasteries with other European designs. 

      Carleen’s current work is all deeply informed by her traditional wood carving background. She continues to carve custom wood signs and fabricates sculptural pieces out of a broad range of mediums for props, commercial displays and exhibits.

      Carleen is also a volunteer here at 180 Studios. You can find her here on Fridays from 6-10 PM if you have any questions regarding this upcoming class. You can also email her: carleen@180studios.org





     




    • 02/13/2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • CoWorking Area @180Studios
    • 8
    Register

     


    Project office hours with woodcarving instructor Carleen Weirauch the second Thursday of each month from 6:00PM-8:30PM. This is an opportunity to bring in a woodcarving project you are working on from a previous class or a project of your own. Carleen will be available to offer advice and assistance as needed. This is NOT A CLASS but a casual open carving session.

    Space is limited so please RSVP so that we know how many carving stations to set up.

    * A limited number carving tools will be provided by 180 Studios for this open carving session but if you have some of your own feel free to bring them with you. 

    Price: FREE!


    Companion Classes:


    Teacher Biography:

    Carleen Weirauch apprenticed as a wood carver at Reed Bros. Furniture in Sebastopol in the `90s where she stayed on to carve furniture backs, headboards, chair rails etc. under the direction of Master carvers Duncan Reed, Jason Todd and Paul Hampton; all students of Alfred Durney. Alfred Durney was an apprentice of Charles Marshall Sayres, who led the Carmel, California School Of Woodcarving in the `20s that combined Spanish designs found in local monasteries with other European designs. 

    Carleen’s current work is all deeply informed by her traditional wood carving background. She continues to carve custom wood signs and fabricates sculptural pieces out of a broad range of mediums for props, commercial displays and exhibits. 

    Carleen is also a volunteer here at 180 Studios. You can find her here on Fridays from 6-10 PM if you have any questions regarding this upcoming event. You can also email her: carleen@180studios.org

     




    • 02/23/2020
    • 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • CoWorking Area @180Studios
    • 6
    Register

     


    Learn the art of traditional wood carving. This class will be lead by woodcarver/sculptor Carleen Weirauch. In this one day, Intro to Wood Carving - CLASS #1, students will learn the fundamental steps to carve a relief, classically inspired design. Carleen will demonstrate step-by-step, the basics of wood carving with full size hand tools and offer individual tips and instruction to each student as needed. By the end of the class students will have a hand carved panel that can be hung on a wall or incorporated into future projects here at 180 Studios. This class is a great introduction for woodworkers of all skill levels to incorporate this ancient craft into their projects. 

    Wood carving basic skills you will learn:

    1) tool safety

    2) tool identification and hand hold positions

    3) securing your wood to a work surface to safely carve

    4) transferring designs from paper onto wood

    5) carving safely with a v-chisel (parting tool) and an assortment of curved gouges. In this class we will be carving with intermediate and full size 8”-11” long handled carving tools. 

    6) Introduction to basic carving strategies and techniques

    * Tools will be provided by 180 Studios for the class but if you have some of your own full size carving tools feel free to bring them with you. 

    A 30 minute break will be offered midway.  You can either brown bag a lunch, use our kitchen, or have food delivered. 

    Price: 

    Member $80

    Non-Member $100 

    Companion Classes:

    Please note: CLASS 1 is recommended for students interested in taking CLASS 2. Lessons for Class 2 will rotate over time (ie Lettering, Scrolls, Leaves etc.) See each class listing description for details. 

    Teacher Biography:

    Carleen Weirauch apprenticed as a wood carver at Reed Bros. Furniture in Sebastopol in the `90s where she stayed on to carve furniture backs, headboards, chair rails etc. under the direction of Master carvers Duncan Reed, Jason Todd and Paul Hampton; all students of Alfred Durney. Alfred Durney was an apprentice of Charles Marshall Sayres, who led the Carmel, California School Of Woodcarving in the `20s that combined Spanish designs found in local monasteries with other European designs. 

    Carleen’s current work is all deeply informed by her traditional wood carving background. She continues to carve custom wood signs and fabricates sculptural pieces out of a broad range of mediums for props, commercial displays and exhibits. 

    Carleen is also a volunteer here at 180 Studios. You can find her here on Fridays from 6-10 PM if you have any questions regarding this upcoming class. You can also email her: carleen@180studios.org

     




    • 03/12/2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • CoWorking Area @180Studios
    • 8
    Register

     


    Project office hours with woodcarving instructor Carleen Weirauch the second Thursday of each month from 6:00PM-8:30PM. This is an opportunity to bring in a woodcarving project you are working on from a previous class or a project of your own. Carleen will be available to offer advice and assistance as needed. This is NOT A CLASS but a casual open carving session.

    Space is limited so please RSVP so that we can set up a carving station for you.

    * A limited number carving tools will be provided by 180 Studios for this open carving session but if you have some of your own feel free to bring them with you. 

    Price: FREE!


    Companion Classes:


    Teacher Biography:

    Carleen Weirauch apprenticed as a wood carver at Reed Bros. Furniture in Sebastopol in the `90s where she stayed on to carve furniture backs, headboards, chair rails etc. under the direction of Master carvers Duncan Reed, Jason Todd and Paul Hampton; all students of Alfred Durney. Alfred Durney was an apprentice of Charles Marshall Sayres, who led the Carmel, California School Of Woodcarving in the `20s that combined Spanish designs found in local monasteries with other European designs. 

    Carleen’s current work is all deeply informed by her traditional wood carving background. She continues to carve custom wood signs and fabricates sculptural pieces out of a broad range of mediums for props, commercial displays and exhibits. 

    Carleen is also a volunteer here at 180 Studios. You can find her here on Fridays from 6-10 PM if you have any questions regarding this upcoming event. You can also email her: carleen@180studios.org

     




    • 03/15/2020
    • 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • CoWorking Area @180Studios
    • 6
    Register

     


    Woodcarving 2: Scrolls

    Learn the art of traditional wood carving! This class will be led by woodcarver/sculptor Carleen Weirauch. In this class students will learn to carve a classically inspired scroll that can be used to embellish projects of all kinds. Carleen will demonstrate step-by-step this carving lesson with full size hand tools and offer individual tips and instruction to each student as needed. By the end of the class students will have a hand carved panel that can be hung on a wall or incorporated into future projects here at 180 Studios.

    This class offers woodworkers of all skill levels, techniques to embellish and personalize their projects with this ancient skill set. It is recommended that students first take Class #1, Relief Basics or already have some carving experience before taking this class.

    Wood carving basic skills you will learn:

    1. Basic strategies and techniques for carving classical Scrolls.

    Tools will be provided by 180 Studios for the class but if you have some of your own full size carving tools feel free to bring them with you.

    A 30 minute lunch break will be offered midway.  You can either brown bag a lunch, use our kitchen, or have food delivered. 

    Price: 

    Member $80

    Non-Member $100 

    Companion Classes:

    Teacher Biography:

    Carleen Weirauch apprenticed as a wood carver at Reed Bros. Furniture in Sebastopol in the `90s where she stayed on to carve furniture backs, headboards, chair rails etc. under the direction of Master carvers Duncan Reed, Jason Todd and Paul Hampton; all students of Alfred Durney. Alfred Durney was an apprentice of Charles Marshall Sayres, who led the Carmel, California School Of Woodcarving in the `20s that combined Spanish designs found in local monasteries with other European designs. 

    Carleen’s current work is all deeply informed by her traditional wood carving background. She continues to carve custom wood signs and fabricates sculptural pieces out of a broad range of mediums for props, commercial displays and exhibits. 

    Carleen is also a volunteer here at 180 Studios. You can find her here on Fridays from 6-10 PM if you have any questions regarding this upcoming class. You can also email her at: carleen@180studios.org


     




Past events

12/03/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
11/27/2019 Closed 11/27-11/29
11/23/2019 Sock Donation Drive
11/20/2019 Tig Welding Introduction
11/19/2019 Laser 2: Rotary Glass + Metal Marking
11/17/2019 Woodcarving 2: Borders and Lettering
11/16/2019 Fusion 360: Introduction to 3D Modeling
11/16/2019 Shopbot w/Nate: Introduction to Fusion 360
11/14/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
11/13/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
11/10/2019 (copy) CPR certification and First Aid Training Day
11/10/2019 CPR certification and First Aid Training Day
11/09/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
11/06/2019 Leather Belt Making
11/05/2019 Entrepreneurs Anonymous
11/03/2019 Python Coding Language Intro
11/02/2019 3D Printing: Beginner Basics w/Andy Cohen
10/30/2019 Studios Closed Through Sunday 3rd. Open Monday
10/28/2019 Shut Down Monday and Tuesday 10/28-10/29
10/26/2019 PG&E Black Studios Closed.
10/25/2019 Pumpkin Carving Contest
10/25/2019 Halloween Carnival Meet the Makers Fundraiser
10/23/2019 Advanced Laser: Rotary Glass + Metal Marking
10/23/2019 Tig Welding Introduction
10/20/2019 Fiber arts meetup and material swap
10/19/2019 Fusion 360: Introduction to 3D Modeling
10/19/2019 Buzz Ball & BBQ at 180 Studios
10/19/2019 Leather Belt Making
10/16/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
10/15/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
10/15/2019 CTE Adult Construction Class.
10/13/2019 Woodcarving 1: Relief Basics - Open to All
10/11/2019 Costume making Workshop for parents and youth
10/10/2019 Costume & Cosplay making Workshop for adults
10/05/2019 3D Printing: Beginner Basics w/Andy Cohen
10/04/2019 MFG Event: Studio Closed 8-4PM 10/4/2019
10/03/2019 Tool Roll Knife Roll
09/30/2019 3D Printing "Form 2" with Ky
09/30/2019 3D Scanning on the NextEngine
09/28/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
09/28/2019 AI and the Raspberry Pi Class
09/25/2019 Jewelry 1 Making
09/24/2019 Tool & Knife Sharpening Class
09/21/2019 Fusion 360: Introduction to 3D Modeling
09/21/2019 Tig Welding Introduction
09/20/2019 Film Night:A Ghost in the Making: Searching for the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee
09/18/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
09/14/2019 Zippers, Buttons, and Snaps. Oh my!
09/14/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
09/14/2019 Sew like a Pro
09/12/2019 NBLC Summer Social
09/12/2019 Private Event 180 Studios Closed September 12th 4-10 PM
09/11/2019 FREE Tonight Open Welding Shop with Martin
09/09/2019 Maintenance class for the ShopBot
09/07/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
09/07/2019 Designing and Toolpathing for ShopBot CNC VCarve Pro and Fusion 360 CAD/CAM softwares
09/05/2019 Rep Rap Meet up
09/05/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
09/04/2019 Volunteer Meeting
09/02/2019 Closed for Labor Day
08/31/2019 Intro to Leather Belt Making
08/24/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
08/24/2019 3D Scanning on the NextEngine
08/22/2019 Open Woodshop w/ Harry Fleishman
08/22/2019 Make your own Farmers Market Bag from Old blue Jeans
08/21/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
08/18/2019 Vex Robotics
08/17/2019 Intro to Woodworking with Judi
08/17/2019 Tool Sale
08/15/2019 Meet the Makers- DRINK & DRAW
08/12/2019 Intro to Shopbot and Fusion 360
08/10/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
08/08/2019 Open Woodshop w/ Harry Fleishman
08/08/2019 CourtHouse square Plywood Project
08/07/2019 Micropython for IOT on the ESP8266
08/03/2019 Fusion 360 101 w/Michael
07/31/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
07/27/2019 3D Printing Form 2 with Ky
07/27/2019 Intro to Woodcarving - Open to all
07/27/2019 Introduction to Fusion 360 for Shopbot w/Nate
07/27/2019 Intro to Wood Lathe. Turn a Wood Top or Wine Stop
07/24/2019 Jewelry 1 Making
07/24/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
07/20/2019 Make your own Acoustic Pick/Up with Harry Fleishman
07/18/2019 Meet the Makers- Luthiers Panel Discussion
07/16/2019 TekBerry Job Fair
07/15/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
07/13/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
07/13/2019 Intro to Woodcarving - Open to all
07/13/2019 Intro to Woodworking with Judi
07/12/2019 CANCELLED due to low attendance -- Advanced Laser: Rotary + Metal Marking
07/11/2019 Intro to Fusion 360 w/Michael
07/10/2019 Open Woodshop w/ Harry Fleishman
07/04/2019 Closed 4th July
07/01/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
06/29/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
06/27/2019 Open Machine Shop with Ken
06/26/2019 Open Welding Shop with Martin
06/25/2019 Intro to Fusion 360 w/Michael
06/22/2019 Arduino Micro-controller
06/20/2019 Meet the Makers - Textile Arts Exhibition
06/20/2019 Open Woodshop w/ Harry Fleishman + Instrument show with Mark Berry and Harry.
06/19/2019 Wednesday Night Market
06/15/2019 Introduction to Fusion 360 for Shopbot w/Nate
06/15/2019 Fathers Day gift. Monogrammed Tie Pin for dad.
06/14/2019 Fathers Day Gift: Custom Laser Etching
06/12/2019 Jewelry 1 Making
05/30/2019 Meet the Makers - Spring Open House
05/29/2019 Open Welding Shop with Martin
05/29/2019 Sew like a Pro
05/28/2019 Advanced Laser: Rotary + Metal Marking
05/27/2019 Monday May 27th Memorial Day CLOSED..
05/25/2019 Intro to MIG Welding and Metalwork with Martin
05/24/2019 Zippers, Buttons, and Snaps. Oh my!
05/23/2019 Intro to Lasers with Chad
05/21/2019 Open Woodshop w/ Harry Fleishman
05/21/2019 Build A Boat
05/18/2019 Introduction to Fusion 360 for Shopbot w/Nate
05/15/2019 Sew like a Pro
05/11/2019 3D Printing Intermediate w/Andy Cohen
05/10/2019 Zippers, Buttons, and Snaps. Oh my!