GeekChic T-Shirts

Create your very own GeekSpace Gwinnett T-shirt. Demonstration and materials are free for participating GeekSpace Members and only $5 for Non-members. Just bring any dark colored cotton t-shirt and we will teach you step by step how to bleach the GeekSpace logo. Instructor will also provide extra fabric paints for a $1 donation. 

Can’t make it to class and still want a GeekSpace shirt? No worries! A local artist will craft you a shirt for only a $5 donation per shirt. E-mail  [masked] for more details.  

The proceeds raised from this class will fund some desperately needed shelving around GeekSpace Gwinnett. Donations (monetary or other) are always welcome.  

Geekspace Gwinnett is a member-supported makerspace. Monthly base membership is $50 and annual plans are available. With your membership you have 24-hour access to professional grade metal-work machine, metal lathes, CNC machinery, 3D printers, a brain-trust of other members from varying backgrounds such as game development, wood-working, metal fabrication, various engineering backgrounds, broadcast video production, forging, foundry, rapid prototyping, seamstress, apparel development, costume design, and the list goes on.

With your paid monthly membership there are classes such as Welding (MIG), Welding (TIG/Arc), 3D design, 3D printing, Fiberglass fabrication, Raspberry Pi development, Arduino development, video and motion picture production, sewing and costuming, and the list goes on.

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  • Brad N.

    Since this will be cohabitating the space with the monthly LAN Party... how much space will y'all need? the main room is ...mostly, spoken for.

    June 16

    • Liz

      No worries! Already thought out. We'll be having class in the garage. LAN attendees are more than welcome to participate in class or on their breaks, as I will be there all day. Those who would like a shirt but don't want to create their own can give me a shirt and I'll make them one! Spread the word!! :) Thanks!

      June 16

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