CratersWorks provides tools, equipment and an environment that assists with designing, prototyping and manufacturing virtually anything-all under one roof. We have the traditional equipment and tools along with new technology like 3D printers, digital fabrication, and computer-aided design labs.
We are building a community of makers, entrepreneurs, industry leaders and students working under one roof, sharing tools and ideas a building incredible futures.
Thanks to substantial investments from the Morris Family Foundation, Oregon Career Technical Education and our community we bring you opportunity. imagine. you.
Learn to build in a workshop or alongside another craftsman with a daily punch and or a community membership
Re-imagine Career and Technical education– Students have access to career technical education as part of his or her core academic program in a way that builds on our current CTE programs; connects D6 students to local entrepreneurs, experts in trades, and skilled artisans; and builds community alongside community members.
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CraterWorks MakerSpace Opens May 18 2019Central Point— May 6, 2019 — CraterWorks MakerSpace (419 N Front Street, Central Point, OR) will host its grand opening on Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The Grand Opening Celebration will include: Live Music in the MarketSpace, tours, demonstrations, food and beverages and discounts on …
We need your help to make the CraterWorks, A MakerSpace the best it can be for our students & community. We want to hear your thoughts 💭 and opinions. If you could take a moment to complete this survey. There are 15 short questions ahead, regarding your interest in the programs and infrastructure at the …
CraterWorks is a collaborative makerspace where individuals and organizations make and learn. By sharing tools, knowledge and experience, we’re doing things better – by working together. CraterWorks celebrates craftsmanship, innovation and entrepreneurship in its many forms, and is looking to add passionate and qualified WorkTrade Stewards to their community.
The Stewardship Member Program is a work/trade program that allows
individuals to pay for their membership in trade. Stewardship Members (Stewards)
commit 10 hours a week to help out with;
member management and engagement
membership sales and other transactions
shop maintenance and upkeep
special shop projects.
This commitment earns working members unlimited access to the shop, access to steep discounts on up to two (2) classes per month and the opportunity to be a vital part of a dynamic creative community and a growing local business. Prospective Stewards please fill out form here, or send an introductory email to CraterWorks
Seeking Skilled Makers to be Instructors at CraterWorks
Join CraterWorks to share your knowledge and experience with our members, and potential new members as an Instructor. CraterWorks is seeking new class proposals as well as qualified individuals to teach existing classes to our community members.
Seeking programming for custom team-building workshops and classes. Classes may include shop orientations, tool and technique classes, and project-based classes. Classes are typically 2 or 4 hours long and take place on weekday evenings and weekends. Most classes are single sessions and are offered 1-3 times per month, though more advanced project-based classes may meet at least once a week for 4-8 weeks. Class sizes are intentionally kept small to encourage hands-on engagement from every student, and generally limited to 4 or 5 students.
Qualified candidates have previous teaching experience, identify
as a builder/maker, are passionate about teaching others, and will be prepared
to demonstrate their skills and teaching style within a mock-workshop with
select CraterWorks staff. Please send
your resume and/or portfolio, references, and a statement of interest including
which existing classes here at CraterWorks you’d love to teach to firstname.lastname@example.org
Artisan Opportunities @ the MarketPlace – Saturdays May through October
Located at the north tip of Central Point’s Artisan Corridor, the MarketPlace (Central Point’s Saturday Market) offers the opportunity to showcase all types of makers under the largest covered outdoor market space in the valley. This open air market includes craftspeople of all disciplines, arts, crafts, makers, farmers, foragers, bakers, coffee and so much more, under one roof. Operating every Saturday, rain, smoke, or shine from May through October. The MarketPlace offers our artisans the opportunity to be part of our community with ease, no tent required and electricity available for small fee. The first step in joining this dynamic and energetic community is to complete this form.
Need Space, we have that too!
Join our thriving community of thinkers and makers. 100sf spaces available in close in warehouse space. Lots of natural light, tons of distributed electricity, distributed air throughout, some spaces with spectacular views. Perfect for artists, designers, makers, screen printers, jewelry makers, wood workers, metal workers, textile artists, and more! Make this space your space and store your specialty tools. Available for May 16 move in. Pricing varies based on space. Email email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
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