Calling all creative coders, 3d modelers, game developers, hardware hackers, new media artists, frontend devs, motion graphics animators, musicians, illustrators and anyone else across the creative technology spectrum. We're hosting monthly meetups with short talks from a diverse set of professionals, educators and enthusiasts on a wide range of tools and theories behind our multidisciplinary crafts. Come expand your mind and meet your fellow high-tech creatives.
We realized there are so many amazing people doing amazing things with creative technology in Colorado, but no official community to connect them. We're hoping to fill the gaps and build some bridges to learn about new techniques, get inspired, and meet potential collaborators.
Join us on Thursday, June 27th to explore the impossible.
We will be investigating the nooks and crannies of UCD's InWorks lab to gauge our interest in 3D printers and laser etchers and the like. This guerrilla research event will expand horizons by asking the question, how do we shape the future?
Introduction to InWorks Fabrication Lab - InWorks, UC Denver
Tour of the lab, general safety information, explanation of the tools available and how they can be used, explanation of the community advocate program.
Fabricating Inspiration - Bishop Zareh, Karsh Hagan
A whirlwind tour the ever expanding possibilities of DIY and DIWO fabrication.
The most direct entry is from the raised brick pavilion right at the corner of Larimer Street. There is a glass door to our lab labeled with “Inworks” on the Larimer-facing side of the building.
We’re just a couple blocks away from the Convention Center Light Rail Stop (and a number of bus stops) which we’d recommend if your starting destination is at all convenient! Arriving to Union Station also just requires either a short walk or the 16thstreet mall shuttle which stops at Larimer. Otherwise there is very limited metered street parking on Larimer, 14th, and Lawrence Streets, and paid lots around campus and downtown. The closest paid parking to us are (1) off Market Street between Speer and 14th and (2) the DCPA lots on Arapahoe between Speer and 14th. There’s a lot right across Larimer Street from us but depending on the time of day please be cautious as they may charge a separate “flat” fee as soon as the hour switches from daytime to evening parking. The most reasonably priced multi-hour parking garage ($6.50/day) in the area is at the Tivoli Garage off Auraria Parkway and 9th Street, about a 10 minute walk from Inworks—Auraria Campus maintains several other parking garages and lots as well.