Plans are underway to establish a making space in Christchurch, where people who make stuff can hang out and work together, socialise, collaborate, exchange ideas and work on their projects in good company.
If you’re interested in this idea and based in Canterbury, this is your chance to have an influence on the outcome! Come along on Sunday, bring a project and a friend (neither is compulsory) and have a say in how it all works, while it’s still in its formative stages.
When: Turn up anytime between 2pm and 7pm on Sunday, 5 April.
Where: Canterbury Innovation Incubator (200 Armagh St, here’s a map)
What: Make, craft, build, hack, create, code, work on your own project. Pizza optional, bring $6 if you want in.
Who: You, a friend, a colleague. Anyone who might be interested. Bring along something you’re working on if you can.
Donations are welcome, they go toward tea, coffee and bandwidth. Gold coin is fine. If you just want to see what it’s like, it’s cool to just drop in for a few minutes and see what’s going on – anyone is welcome.
More information is available on the Christchurch Creative Space Google group – join the group to be kept in the loop.
Christchurch Creative Space is a working name – it still needs a good catchy name to grab people’s attention and pique their curiosity. It needs to appeal to arts, craft and technology makers and have a local flavour. Any suggestions? Post a comment below…